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  • San Francisco tries out new shuttle service

    San Francisco is running a pilot program to try and ease traffic congestion by allowing certain shuttle operators to stop at Municipal bus stops.

  • San Francisco museums team up for Gorgeous Gala

    The San Francisco Museum of Modern Art and the Asian Art Museum teamed up recently for a show featuring pairs of items, one from each institution.

  • Famed San Jose movie theater wins protected status

    Movie buffs in San Jose are cheering a decision by the city council to grant historical status to the Century 21 cinema, which is a domed structure.

  • Historic carousel ready to spin again

    A carousel built more than a century ago will finally arrive in San Francisco this weekend, but it took several detours and a lot of effort to get it here.

  • San Franciscans can see Hamlet prequel

    Those in San Francisco who have seen and enjoyed the Shakespearean tragedy Hamlet can now meet the Prince of Denmark before he came home and walked into that mess in Elsinore.

  • Hospital strikes affiliation with UC San Francisco Medical Center

    Children who need medical care across the bay from San Francisco, will be able to continue turning to Childrens Hospital Oakland, thanks to its recent affiliation with University of California at San Francisco Medical Center.

  • San Francisco area draws increasing Chinese investment

    A Chinese association of realtors named the Tsinghua Real Estate CEO Chamber of Commerce, is partnering with San Francisco's Kidder Matthews, a giant of local commercial real estate.

  • January to provide food for thought

    This month looks set to be a great one to be a foodie in San Francisco, as Restaurant Month arrives in Napa Valley, about an hour south of the city.

  • San Francisco's Cafe Du Nord has new owners

    Business partners Kerry LaBelle and Guy Carson have been running San Francisco's Cafe du Nord for 10 years, but have recently decided it was time for them to step aside and have found a new owner for the business.

  • San Franciscans turn out en masse to support Batkid

    In a city-wide show of support, San Franciscans turned out in droves to support Batkid, a five-year-old named Miles Scott who has been battling leukemia since he was 18 months old.