From the charming cable cars to the clear view of Karl rolling in, San Francisco's second most-crooked street offers everything a city lover could want in a home. But if the prime location doesn't sell you, maybe this once-in-a-lifetime opportunity will.
It's the most wonderful time of the year—time to select San Francisco's favorite charity, as part of our annual contest. We asked readers to vote for their most beloved nonprofits, and this year's numbers were record breaking. But seven charities rose to the top. Each finalist works tirelessly to make the Bay Area a better, brighter place.
If Vendela Vida and Dave Eggers are the famous faces of 826 Valencia, executive director Bita Nazarian is not only the wheel that keeps the Mission-based nonprofit working, she's the driving force behind the organization's upcoming expansion.
Tis the season for chunky sweaters and the wafting aroma of warming spice. Here are some of our favorite, seasonally scented yummy goods—think soaps, lip balms, cologne, and more—from Bay Area makers
This holiday season, ask not what you want, but what you can do for some adorable furry creatures in need. Pet adoption rates peak during the holidays, and local centers could really use your help. Here's where to lend a hand.
If Castro Theatre organist David Hegarty can raise enough funds to finish his custom-built organ, the neighborhood landmark will be home to the world's largest hybrid pipe/digital organ.
We tapped architect Karen Curtiss, owner of Red Dot Studio, for a design-centric tour of her recent projects in San Francisco.
In October, we called upon our readers to nominate the Bay Area's most impactful charitable organizations. From thousands of nomations (way to go!), we've narrowed the running to the Top 49. The time has come to vote in our annual San Francisco's Favorite Charities Contest, presented by PG&E and 7x7.
In a land called Bernal Heights, not so very long ago, a sad fixer-upper sold for a measly $835,000. In one magical year, thanks to a property expansion, some major renovations, and a sprinkling of fairy dust, the plain jane now joins SF's million-dollar ranks, hitting the market for nearly double her 2014 selling price. Talk about a Cinderella story.