If they could understand urban policy, San Francisco’s birds would be happy to know The City’s Planning Commission is considering code changes that would make any new buildings less hazardous for them.
The Cal baseball team has accomplished many things this season, but has one goal left unfinished: winning the school’s first College World Series title since 1957.
The championship spotlight shines like no other. Under its glare, some grow in stature. Others shrink.
If the 2012 U.S. Olympic men’s fencing team was selected today, a San Francisco high school student would be poised for one of the spots.
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An embarrassing riot in downtown Vancouver following the Canucks’ Game 7 loss to the Bruins in the Stanley Cup finals on Wednesday resulted in over 100 arrests and untold damages as windows were smashed, fans beaten and cars set ablaze.Thursday morning, losing Canucks goalie Roberto Luongo said Vancouver police should have called him for help, claiming that stopping the riot would have been “an easy save for me.”
This Open is closed, shut tight, impenetrably by the new genius of a golfer, Rory McIlroy. Record numbers, remarkable play. And now the focus shifts to the West, to San Francisco, to the Olympic Club, where America’s golfing championship will be on display next year. We thought what Tiger Woods did at Pebble Beach in the 2000 U.S. Open was unapproachable — 12-under par and a 15-shot margin. But this weekend, McIlroy not only approached, he obliterated.
If Republican legislators really wanted to discombobulate their Democratic rivals, they’d stop blocking the tax election that Gov. Jerry Brown wants.