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  1. the other critics
    The San Francisco Chronicle Names Soleil Ho Its New Restaurant CriticShe succeeds Michael Bauer, who retired earlier this year.
  2. san francisco
    A Trip Through Northern California With a Professional ChefIt involved amazing views and even better food.
  3. awards
    Dominque Crenn’s San Francisco Restaurant Awarded 3 Michelin StarsShe’s the first female chef in America to earn three stars.
  4. 2018 midterms
    Dave Brat Takes Pelosi-Bashing to Its Apotheosis Against Anti-Pelosi OpponentDemocrat Abigail Spanberger had to remind her Republican opponent of her name after he mentioned Pelosi 21 times in a debate.
  5. true crime
    Headless Body Found in Missing Homeowner’s Fish TankSan Francisco authorities are trying to determine if the corpse belongs to Brian Egg, a local man who disappeared three months ago.
  6. Insider Travel Itineraries for 9 Far-Flung CitiesThe typical days and ​play-it-by-ear nights of locals from Lagos, Stockholm, Beijing, Honolulu, Dubai, San Francisco, Bogotá, Bangkok, and Oslo.
  7. sexual harassment
    After Ken Friedman Allegations, His SF Restaurant Will Lose Its Chef and ManagerThe two reportedly tried to purchase the restaurant after the first allegations emerged.
  8. robots
    Robots Still Suck at Making LattesCafe X’s $25,000 machine can crank out 120 visually underwhelming craft coffees per hour.
  9. sexual harassment
    A Disgraced Chef Is Actually Selling His RestaurantAn employee and her husband will take over Oakland’s Boot & Shoe Service.
  10. A CA Bill to Encourage High-Density Development Near Transit Dies. For Now.An ambitious bill to force local governments to allow high-density housing near transit stops aroused a huge debate — and too much opposition.
  11. look book
    The Historian Who Loves Architecture“I’m kind of an architecture nerd and carry around the 1978 AIA Guide to New York architecture.”
  12. the urbanist: san francisco
    The Best Day Trips From San FranciscoHalf the joy of living in the Bay Area is leaving it behind. Here’s where the locals go when they need to get away.
  13. the urbanist: san francisco
    A Day Out in Divisadero, San Francisco’s Epicenter of CoolOnce a sleepy residential neighborhood, it’s now one of the city’s best places to eat, drink, and hang out. The Mill’s Josey Baker explains.
  14. the urbanist: san francisco
    Where Star Bartender Nicolas Torres Drinks in San FranciscoThe cocktail slinger behind Lazy Bear and True Laurel loves classic margaritas, natural wine, and a grimy-good dive bar.
  15. the urbanist: san francisco
    San Francisco’s Most Coveted Reservations — and Where to Go If You Can’t Get InThree foodie locals on the restaurants they always book in advance, plus their top alternatives when it doesn’t pan out.
  16. the urbanist: san francisco
    The Best Breakfast Spots in San Francisco, According to LocalsIn the birthplace of artisanal toast, the first meal of the day is not only the most important — it’s practically a religion.
  17. the urbanist: san francisco
    Where Cannabis Enthusiasts Go to Get High on San FranciscoYou can legally buy cannabis at any dispensary in California. Here, the industry vanguard share their favorite places to get stoned on San Francisco.
  18. the urbanist: san francisco
    The Architecture Buff’s Guide to San FranciscoA construction boom is underway and it’s driven by tech dollars. These are the buildings you need to know.
  19. the urbanist: san francisco
    How to Explore the Dogpatch, San Francisco’s Artsiest NeighborhoodThe former industrial area is now home to a groundswell of artistic expression. Workshop Residence creative manager Lisa Ellsworth takes us on a tour.
  20. the urbanist: san francisco
    Where the Locals Would Stay in San Francisco If They Weren’t LocalThe city is home to the world’s most expensive hotel rooms. But there is hope for budget(-ish) travelers.
  21. the urbanist: san francisco
    Week Two: San Francisco Is the Most Dynamic City in America Right NowThe tech boom forever shifted the landscape, but old, radical San Francisco isn’t going down without a fight. Travelers can experience both worlds.
  22. sexual harassment
    This Restaurant Says It’s Devised a Foolproof Way to Combat Customer HarassmentUnder Homeroom’s color-coded alert system in San Francisco, it’s “ceased to be a problem.”
  23. cruelty-free cities
    A Major U.S. City Has Just Banned FurThe whole city is going cruelty-free.
  24. opening soon
    J. Kenji López-Alt’s Beer Hall Is Set to Open Soon — and They’re Hiring CooksIt’s easily one of the most exciting restaurant openings in the entire country.
  25. The Lonely Island, Amy Schumer, Jon Stewart, and Many More Are Headed to […]Comedy Central’s Clusterfest returns to San Francisco this year, and today the lineup for the 3-day event was announced. Headliners for the […]
  26. sexual harassment
    Celebrity Chef’s Accusers Speak Out Publicly to Force Him Out of Restaurants“This process has been terrifying … but we will not be intimidated.”
  27. sexual harassment
    A Celeb Chef Was Accused of Assault — Now Staff Demands He Sell His RestaurantsIn a letter, they write that his continued ownership “tarnishes the reputations of your employees.”
  28. Get Ready for More Pelosi and San Francisco–Bashing by House GOP CandidatesTying her opponent to culture-war boogeymen helped Karen Handel turn out conservatives in Georgia. There will be copycats.
  29. sexual harassment
    Four Barrel Coffee Owners Say They’ll Turn the Business Over to EmployeesThe move follows accusations of sexual harassment against founder Jeremy Tooker.
  30. sexual harassment
    Four Barrel Coffee Owner Accused of Sexual Assault by Multiple EmployeesWomen are taking him to court, too.
  31. dumb trends
    Here’s Why the Raw-Water Trend Is So DangerousBut that isn’t stopping anyone.
  32. sexual harassment
    Bay Area Chef Accused of Sexual Harassment by 17 EmployeesThey say Charlie Hallowell had a “constant need to talk about sex or anything sexual.”
  33. souvlakis on a plane
    Michelle Obama Writes Exceptional Thank-You Note to Local Greek Restaurant“It made our long flight home so much more enjoyable.”
  34. Ed Lee, Mayor of San Francisco, Dies Suddenly at Age 65Lee was the city’s first Asian-American mayor.
  35. San Francisco Ponders a Robot That Collects Used SyringesCould new regulations stifle the invention of a drug Roomba?
  36. Trump Is Angry After Acquittal in Killing of ‘Beautiful’ Kate SteinleThe verdict is “disgraceful,” Trump tweeted.
  37. food business
    Chef Says Running a Food-Hall Stand Was ‘Absolutely Soul-Crushing’Food halls were hailed as the future of restaurants. Now, operators are struggling to make the model work.
  38. The 25 Greatest Disaster Movies of All TimeFrom Titanic to Only the Brave.
  39. california wildfires
    Chef Dominique Crenn Will Deliver Food to California Wildfire Victims TodayThe chef is asking San Franciscans to help her and her employees make sandwiches this morning.
  40. lawsuits
    Federal Court Says San Francisco Can’t Require Health Warnings on Soda AdsJudges asked why the label isn’t on products with “equal or greater amounts” of sugar.
  41. lunchtime beauty
    Here’s How You Can Smell Like Dubai, Paris, or TokyoLe Labo’s City Exclusive scents are now available everywhere for one month only.
  42. Of Course Silicon Valley Got a $600-a-Head Wagyu SteakhouseHiroshi’s steaks come with flavorless gold leaf purely “for show.”
  43. edibles
    A Californian Is Making Pot-Infused Farm-to-Table Olive OilPot d’Huile combines the “spirit” of West Coast locavores with the “needs” of cannabis users.
  44. bans
    San Francisco Schools Ban Students From Drinking Chocolate MilkThe city’s school district has found a new way to reduce students’ sugar intake.
  45. gallery
    This Photographer Chronicled the LGBT Rights Movement in 1970s San FranciscoYou may know Daniel Nicoletta’s work from his Harvey Milk Forever stamp.
  46. Heading Into Stretch in Georgia Special Election, Money No Problem for OssoffNor is it for his Republican rival in what is already the most expensive House race in U.S. history.
  47. Republicans Must Think Georgians Really Hate San FranciscoAn effort by the GOP to tie Jon Ossoff to Nancy Pelosi may be too clever by half in evoking the City by the Bay.
  48. Comedy Central’s Colossal Clusterfest Adds Abbi Jacobson, Ilana Glazer, […]Comedy Central’s first-ever music/comedy festival, Colossal Clusterfest, just added some more comedians to its lineup. The festival takes place […]
  49. the grub street diet
    Writer Rachel Khong Is ‘Probably 50 Percent Pho’“I’m getting my photo taken for this article at Pho Tan Hoa, my regular pho spot in the Tenderloin, so you might even call it a pho-to.”
  50. refugees
    This New Coffee Shop Is Staffed Entirely by RefugeesThe aim is to give job training to people who’d otherwise have nothing.
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