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  • Major sculpture comes to San Francisco

    Richard Serra's enormous steel sculpture Sequence is moving to the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, and it has literally stopped traffic to do so.

  • Grocery service in Oregon takes ideas from car industry

    A grocery provider from San Francisco called Instacart is challenging the competition in Portland by operating in a similar vein to the car service Uber.

  • Changes afoot at the Golden Gate Bridge

    The weekend of January 10-11 was the last time people from San Francisco were able to watch a little-known but important job performed by humans.

  • UCSF researchers work on Ebola detection test

    Dr. Charles Chiu, heading a team of 12 researchers at the University of California in San Francisco, has been working to develop a single test that could detect Ebola, as well as other microorganisms that cause hemorrhagic fevers.

  • San Francisco on its bike after all

    After delays that turned out to have a silver lining, Bay Area Bike Share is finally set to expand.

  • Historic San Fran library asks for residents say

    The Andrew Carnegie building in South San Francisco, which houses the Grand Avenue Branch Library, is due to be upgraded, and the city is asking residents for their feedback.

  • Fleet-footed start to the month

    San Francisco is getting ready for Fleet Week, which it will celebrate in October. According to a September 10 news item, military and city officials recently discussed the events that will make up the 2014 celebration.

  • 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.