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What To Do This Weekend: Jan 25th - Jan 27th  thebaycitybeacon.com

San Francisco Restaurant Week – January 23rd, 2019 – January 31st, 2019.



Galileo High quarterback brings state championship home to SF for first time |  El Tecolote

Senior quarterback Adrian Poot and his Galileo High School football teammates celebrated Jan. 29 at City Hall, a feat no other San Francisco school had ever ...



Police accuse San Francisco educator of DUI child endangerment  East Bay Times

An administrator at a San Francisco high school was arraigned Thursday on charges of intoxicated driving and child endangerment in Novato. Katherine Morgan ...



S.F. schools not liable in Galileo High sex assault, court rules  SFGate

The San Francisco school district is not legally responsible for a sexual assault on a girl in a high school stairwell, a state appeals court has ruled. The boy's face ...



Galileo High School Coach Accused Of Mocking Asian-American Player  CBS San Francisco Bay Area

SAN FRANCISCO (KCBS) – The head baseball coach at San Francisco's Galileo High School is under fire for allegedly mocking an Asian-American player ...



After 100 years in San Francisco, why this native is glad she never left  SFGate

Are you a longtime San Francisco native? Are you interested in being interviewed for a future SFGATE story? Email SFGATE producer Michelle Robertson at ...



Joan Ann Luders | Obituaries  San Mateo Daily Journal

Joan Ann Luders died in San Carlos on Jan. 2 with her family at her side. A native-born San Franciscan, Joan was the daughter of Olga and Jack Marinkovich, ...



Complete list of candidates running for San Francisco mayor  KGO-TV

Here's a complete look at the eight candidates who are running for San Francisco mayor.



San Francisco Has A New Acting Mayor  Fortune

San Francisco's first and only previous female mayor was Dianne Feinstein—now a U.S. Senator representing the state—who also ascended after the death of a ...



London Breed elected first Black female San Francisco mayor  Compton Herald

For the first time, an African American woman, London Breed, will be mayor of San Francisco. She will finish the term of the late Mayor Ed Lee.



Betty Duchmann | Obituaries  Half Moon Bay Review

Betty was born on Aug. 22, 1925, in Oakland, Calif., to Louis and Jennie Sylvester. She had two older sisters, Ethel Cohn Doiron and Dorothy Dito.



2018 mayoral candidate questionnaire: London Breed  Hoodline

Tomorrow, San Francisco residents will elect a new mayor. To learn more about the eight candidates on the ballot, we sent them a questionnaire asking about a ...



A Look Back at 70 Years of KPIX Broadcasting  CBS San Francisco

SAN FRANCISCO (KPIX 5) — This year, KPIX 5 is celebrating a major milestone. KPIX was the first television broadcasting station in Northern California and the ...



Chinatown youth debut new mosaic mural on Wentworth Alley  KGO-TV

Earlier this week, roughly a dozen area high-school students in the Chinatown Community Development Center's (CCDC) youth program unveiled a new ...



How Bay Area School Districts Are Coping With The Growing Number Of Homeless Students  CBS Local

KCBS Cover Story Series: Our Homeless Schoolkids A five-part series, running through Friday, December 19. Airing on KCBS 740/106.9 at 6:30am, 8:30am, ...



Frederica Lewis, widow of SF attorney and politician, dies at 103  SFGate

Frederica Nanette Lewis, a member of an old and distinguished San Francisco family, died Tuesday at the age of 103. Mrs. Lewis, who was born in San ...



Top 15 Bay Area High Schools For Students From Low-Income Families  CBS Local

SAN FRANCISCO (CBS SF) — An Oakland-based non-profit has compiled a list of the top 15 Bay Area high schools for students from low-income families.



S.F. may close Newcomer High for immigrants  San Francisco Chronicle

For 30 years, San Francisco's Newcomer High School has been the first stop for thousands of new immigrant teenagers struggling in a new country, often with ...



1968 — the year that was  San Francisco Chronicle

Among all the rocky years of the mid- to late 1960s, 1968 was the rockiest. The news (mostly bad) never stopped. Here is a timeline of important dates pulled ...



S.F. assistant principal held in brothel case  San Francisco Chronicle

A Galileo High School assistant principal was arrested late Thursday for his alleged role in the operation of at least two San Jose brothels, police said. Gerald ...



San Francisco High Schoolers Stage Walk-Outs In Protest Of President-Elect Donald Trump [Updating]  Hoodline

Following a night of protest around the city, high school students from the Outer Richmond and Mission District have walked out of class this morning in protest of ...



SF cop who hunted Zodiac killer dies. Dave Toschi was 86  San Francisco Chronicle

Dave Toschi, a dapper cop who became the lead San Francisco police investigator for the Zodiac serial-killer case in the late 1960s and '70s, has died at the ...



Taxpayers’ tab for Coliseum redo: It’s even worse than you knew  San Francisco Chronicle

It turns out the oft-quoted $200 million taxpayer-backed bond that brought the Raiders back to the East Bay in 1995 is going to end up costing $350 million.



Guide To San Francisco’s 2017 St. Patrick’s Day Parade & Events  CBS San Francisco Bay Area

By Laurie Jo Miller Farr. Expect the usual crowds of 100,000 or so as San Francisco puts on its 166th Annual St. Patrick's Day Parade & Festival on March 11, ...



Skyline sophomore KeDraun Buckner dies at 20 | Sports  San Mateo Daily Journal

KeDraun Buckner, a sophomore with the Skyline College men's basketball team, died suddenly Wednesday morning. He was 20.



Deciding on future of Russian Hill park is no picnic  San Francisco Chronicle

The big open lot on Russian Hill could become anything. Choked by concrete, chain-link fences and scrubby weeds, the 4½-acre former Francisco Reservoir ...



Mother-and-son backstory on documentary 'Junior'  San Francisco Chronicle

In June 2006, Josephine Belasco made national news - culminating in an appearance on "Jimmy Kimmel Live!" - when she graduated from San Francisco's ...



Young Innovators Win Top Awards in NFTE's World Series of Innovation  PR Web

New York, NY (PRWEB) April 17, 2018 -- Eleven teams of young innovators from around the world were recognized for their entrepreneurial ideas to help solve.



San Francisco's Most Famous Natives  thebolditalic

Written by Rhea St. Julien and illustrated by Mia Nolting. If you're raising your kid in San Francisco or grew up here, you're in good company. Here's a list of our ...



Rosemary Zuniga Hutcherson | Obituaries  Half Moon Bay Review

Nov. 15, 1948 – Aug. 23, 2017. Rosemary Zuniga Hutcherson, beloved wife of Bobby Hutcherson, caring sister of Victoria Zuniga, Alex Zuniga, Tony Zuniga, ...



Yes on PE for JROTC  Mission Local

By MARSHA POLOVETS. Hear ye, hear ye: The Junior Reserve Officers' Training Corps (JROTC) will receive physical education credit through independent ...



'Vesuvio' Doorman Paul Grady Passes Away At 52  Hoodline

Earlier this month, North Beach bid farewell to one of its lifetime residents. Paul Grady, known to many as the doorman at the Vesuvio Cafe, died of cancer at his ...



S.F., San Jose ultimate Frisbee teams put new spin on rivalry  SFGate

At Laney College, just south of Lake Merritt, two local ultimate Frisbee teams duked it out Saturday night, entertaining several hundred fans with a fast-paced, ...



Helen Wong Lum, S.F. native tennis star, dies at 84  SFGate

San Francisco native Helen Wong Lum, whose tennis accolades followed her from high school into retirement, died last week at age 84. Born in 1931, Mrs.



Man arrested in attempted kidnapping of 13-year-old girl in SF  SFGate

A man was arrested just hours after his attempt to kidnap a 13-year-old girl in the West Portal neighborhood of San Francisco was foiled by residents in the area ...



Former SF civic leader Roger Boas dead at 95  SFGate

Roger Boas, a longtime San Francisco supervisor, mayoral candidate and the city's chief administrative officer, whose 25 years in public *service* ended in ...



Our SF: From trash to treasure, the city loves its landmarks  San Francisco Chronicle

In a decision that can now be considered San Francisco blasphemy, The Chronicle editorial board on March 2, 1966, blasted the city's decision to throw out an ...



SAN FRANCISCO / Jury convicts man in death of teen girl / Defense argued someone else killed high school student  San Francisco Chronicle

A jury convicted a San Francisco man Tuesday in the murder of a 17-year-old girl, rejecting a defense claim that another man who helped dump the body was ...



JROTC set for 7 S.F. high schools  San Francisco Chronicle

The Junior Reserve Officers' Training Corps will remain in seven San Francisco high schools in the fall, but that might not last long. The program's survival at ...



When Can You Call Yourself A Native?  San Francisco Chronicle

The great city of San Francisco has many distinctions, one of them being the feverish, white-knuckled grip with which many locals define themselves as “native.



Ranking the top 11 Buffalo Bills in franchise history: No. 2 - RB O.J. Simpson  Bills Wire

As we wind down our series on the top-11 Buffalo Bills in franchise history we focus our attention on another running back as our number two-ranked player, one ...



O.J. Simpson's Forgotten First Wife: Who is Marguerite Whitley?  Inside Edition

While the tragic story of Nicole Brown Simpson is extremely well documented, much less is known about the other woman in O.J. Simpson's life. The landmark ...



London Breed elected president of S.F. Board of Supervisors  SFGate

District Five Supervisor London Breed, an African American woman who was raised in San Francisco public housing and represents the racially diverse district ...



Talk of the town: Dontcha hear the S.F. lingo?  San Francisco Chronicle

"People usta ask me, hey, what parta New Yawk you from?" The San Francisco accent sounded like New York to them. McGarvey says he has a Potrero Hill ...



Columbine truth 10 years on: It can happen here  San Francisco Chronicle

Enough time has passed that a new generation of teenagers has never heard of the massacre that remains the deadliest crime at an American high school, but ...



Roland A. Bacci, auto executive who brought Mercedes-Benz to Bay Area, dies  San Francisco Chronicle

Roland A. Bacci, a longtime Marin County automobile executive who opened the first Mercedes-Benz dealership in the Bay Area, died at his Napa home on Sept ...



Program helps students chart their future  EdSource Today

Cold hard cash might have been the incentive that originally enticed hundreds of San Francisco high school students to give up part of their summer vacation for ...



Gus Villalta, worker who helped build Golden Gate Bridge, dies  SFGate

Gus Villalta was one of those young men you used to see around North Beach in San Francisco all the time in tough times of the Great Depression of the 1930s.



San Jose residents expose neighboring brothels  San Jose Mercury News

SETTING THE RECORD STRAIGHT (Publ. 08/19/08 ) An article about brothels turning up in residential areas misidentified an apartment complex in San Jose.



London Breed is S.F.'s election shocker  San Francisco Chronicle

London Breed burst on the local political scene with a bang. A candidate for supervisor in District Five, she uncorked a stunning, f-bomb-laden rant in a blog that ...



Anthology reflects Berkeley's many communities  Berkeleyside

By Lydia Gans A Muslim woman born in India was making preparations for her daughter's wedding reception when the World Trade Center destruction ...



Miley: VA Medical Center's healing pet cat  San Francisco Chronicle

Traumatic events arise every day at the VA, but none this year has been as traumatic as the day Miley got a toothache and had to be rushed away for treatment.



Linda Monje  Napa Valley Register

Linda Ann Monje, 67, died peacefully at her home surrounded by her family on Dec. 28, 2012. She was born Oct. 19, 1945, in San Francisco, to Dominic and ...



Jose Simon, founder of S.F. Comedy Day, dies  San Francisco Chronicle

Comedian Jose Simon, founder of the annual Comedy Day celebration in Golden Gate Park and a pioneer Latin rock musician, died of lung cancer Saturday at ...



QED & Groundswell Productions Team For Bruce Lee Origin Movie  Deadline.com

QED International and Groundswell Productions have joined forces for Birth Of The Dragon, which will focus on Bruce Lee's career-defining 1965 ...



Suspicions shaded past of Keith Jackson, key player in Yee case  SFGate

An out-of-work bank teller named Keith Jackson had been on the San Francisco Board of Education for less than six months in 1995 when he found himself the ...



Zodiac detective Toschi was haunted by killer who got away  Toronto Sun

The Zodiac Killer haunted Dave Toschi to the grave.The famed San Francisco Police detective — who led the hunt for the serial killer — died last weekend after ...



Robert Harris - Heller Ehrman partner - dies  San Francisco Chronicle

Robert Cronley Harris, a World War II PT boat commander, civic leader and longtime San Francisco lawyer who was known for his strong voice and authoritative ...



Him Mark Lai, Chinese American historian, dies  San Francisco Chronicle

Him Mark Lai, a noted historian of the Chinese American experience, died at his San Francisco home on May 21 after suffering from cancer and its complications ...



Bachrach, Elizabeth  Herald & Review

DECATUR -- Elizabeth (Betty) Baer Bachrach, 94, passed away Saturday, February 22, 2014 at Bentley Village-VI in Naples, FL after a lengthy struggle with ...



This Weekend in 1968: The Legacy of Resurrection City  Weekend America

This Weekend in 1968: The Legacy of Resurrection City : Forty years ago on this weekend in 1968, people began arriving in Washington, D.C., as part of the ...



Forget the white-bread '80s MTV. Now MTV Chi and other outlets cater to Asian Americans.  San Francisco Chronicle

On a recent afternoon in the darkened basement conference room of the Chinatown Community Development Center, 10 San Francisco teens are gathered ...



Warriors News: Chinese New Year Warriors Jerseys Return  Warriors World

In the NBA's latest video advertisement to honor Chinese New Year, Stephen Curry enjoys a meal with Jeremy Lin, James Harden, the Houston Rocket's mascot ...



Oj Simpson | Biography, News and Photos  Contactmusic.com

Oj Simpson Biography, News, Photos, Comments | O.J. Simpson (born 9.7.1947)OJ Simpson is a former American football player. Although he was famous for ...



Joanna Garcia Swisher Joins Smithfield No Kid Hungry Campaign  Haute Living

Actress JoAnna Garcia Swisher stars in a new show, juggles her family life and partners with Smithfield for No Kid Hungry Breakfast Campaign.



Fig & Olive to Open Orange County Flagship at Fashion Island  Haute Living

Fig & Olive will open their first official Orange County outpost this December at Fashion Island in Newport Beach. This will be the second West Coast location for ...



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