Introduced in the 1950s, they’re now overflowing onto city streets.
“I couldn’t believe it,” says San Francisco freelancer Charles Hall. “I was like, Is this real?”
Fisticuffs, a bullhorn, meter maids, brutal rhymes—this ditty’s got it all.
Oakland tries a makeover for the humble sharrow.
Notices around the transit system warn of penalties for puffing on e-cigs.
A new book offers insights on how yet another huge mega-project soared way over budget.
Witness: “Guy with large iguana on crowded MUNI picking dead iguana skin off his iguana.”
For what it costs to live in San Francisco, you might as well relocate to an unbelievably stunning Mediterranean island.
A majorly diminished Sierra Nevada snowpack is something we should get used to, say researchers.
With scorching temperatures on both coasts, parts of America are suffering through a late-season heat wave.
Nudity, shrooms, the worship of “decommodification”—it’s all here in song.
The era of stain-fighting vinyl has come to the Bay Area.
That’s double a U.S. Geological Survey estimate made in 2006.
It contains the blaze by destroying tinder in areas firefighters have trouble reaching.
It’s pretty bleak below.
The city wants to curb public urination with paint that splashes back urine.
“I think there’s a cougar in my backyard, and not the type that drinks Chardonnay.”
People are encouraged to scribble notes to loved ones on the intricate, 37-foot-high wood structure.