1960s-era San Francisco diner Hamburger Haven announces plans to reopen in June
"It meant a lot to us, hearing from everybody, and knowing they cared"
Review: ‘Fefu and Her Friends’ heralds a thrilling new chapter for ACT
Under Pam MacKinnon's direction, 'Fefu' is art that's worthy of a city as dynamic and inventive as San Francisco.
Community Music Center celebrates centennial with 100 new works
The Community Music Center is busting out of its Mission District home, and not just because of the long-planned expansion of its Victorian
San Francisco supervisor proposes new zoning regulations allowing for the revival of gay bathhouses
In an effort to create more safe spaces for San Francisco's LGBTQ community, Supervisor Rafael Mandelman on Tuesday proposed creating new zoning regulations that would allow for the revival of gay bathhouses.
Chinatown Bruce Lee exhibit will celebrate the S.F.-born icon and his vision of racial harmony
'We Are Bruce Lee' will feature artifacts from Lee's careers — and also reflect his philosophy about 'one family.'
Community Music Center celebrates 100th birthday by expanding
Not every human being makes it to 100 years old, but the Mission’s Community Music Center (CMC) did. And, to ensure another 100, it celebrated Wednesday
S.F.’s Hyde Street Studios, where the Grateful Dead and Jefferson Airplane made rock history, granted legacy status
Hyde Street Studios was recently recognized as a legacy business in San Francisco for its...
How Dr. Anthony Fauci Became an Investor in a Legacy San Francisco Trattoria
It’s true: Jackson Fillmore owner Jack Krietzman says he first met the good doctor 42 years ago
San Francisco’s Casa Sanchez to receive historical landmark status. Here’s why that matters for S.F.’s Latino history.
The Casa Sanchez building in San Francisco’s Mission District is slated to become one...
Beloved Mid-Market Vietnamese dive Tú Lan gets Legacy Business designation
Julia Child would approve of Tú Lan’s addition to the San Francisco Legacy Business Registry, as the 44-year-old Vietnamese restaurant just got legacy status.
The Mechanics’ Institute: San Francisco’s first tech incubator
Even in the 19th century, ordinary San Franciscans embraced innovation… and Ghirardelli chocolates
For 50 years, Blue Bear music school has been spreading the rock ‘n’ roll joy
The school started in 1971 in a storefront as a fundraiser for the founders' band. The band broke up, but Blue Bear has kept on rocking.
This SF shop's rent was originally $75. At 84 years old, the owner isn't slowing down.
Rosalie Jacques' shop is a haven for last-minute Halloween finds, and it boasts a storied...
Green Apple Books is expanding to SFO
Four new shops, including longtime local bookstore Green Apple Books, are coming to...
'An authentic San Francisco experience': Sam's burger joint to gain legacy status
Sam’s Burgers, which has been serving hamburgers and cheeseburgers for 55 years in San...
The Booksmith to move closer to first Haight Street home, taking over Bindery space
After several years of planning, legacy bookstore The Booksmith is moving to its third home later this spring. The new location is just down the block on Haight Street in a building the business already leased for an event-focused space called The Bindery.