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The man who lures travelers to San Francisco turns attention to California
on 19th of May 2019 San Francisco Chronicle columnist Phillip Matier appears Sundays and Wednesdays. Matier can be seen on the KPIX-TV morning and evening news. He can also be heard on KCBS radio Monday through Friday at

Can You Capture a City in One Image? Artist JR Tries With a Tricky Target: San Francisco.
on 19th of May 2019 How do you capture a portrait of a city? Especially one like San Francisco, which has seen great transformation over the last three decades, and where there is a stark divide between the rich

Contributions Of Japanese-American Artists Spotlighted At Heather James Fine Art, San Francisco
on 19th of May 2019 Works on display in We Were Always Here: Japanese-American Post-War Pioneers of Art at Heather James Fine Art, San Francisco can be enjoyed and purchased through July 15.

5 New San Francisco Area Homes For Sale
on 19th of May 2019 SAN FRANCISCO, CA — When you’re in the market for some new digs, hunting down every new listing in the area can take hours of tedious research online. That’s why we here at Patch have stepped in

Corner of Haight and Ashbury in San Francisco Declared ‘National Treasure’
on 19th of May 2019 (Herb Greene/Courtesy of San Francisco Heritage) Wow I feel like there should be a plaque right here so people can know which store was Mnasidika. Over the next several months we’ll be working with

San Francisco high school students hope for do-over after weekend storm ruins prom
on 19th of May 2019 SAN FRANCISCO (KGO) — Students from San . Ryan helped the students coordinate prom and hopes they can still put on a party. “They looked so beautiful, they were all ready for a great party

San Francisco Shack with Water Views Can Be Yours For $2.5 Million
(May 2019) Living in San Francisco has a lot of perks, but cheap real estate — or coffee– is not one of them. While the Bay Area is known for being expensive, a new listing has gone from uninhabitable to

Judge: San Francisco Can Pursue Fight With PG&E Over Charges
(May 2019) FILE – In this Nov. 29, 2018, file photo, protester J. Redwoods with Mask Oakland is interviewed by media after a hearing at the Public Utilities Commission in San Francisco. State fire officials

I Went on a ‘Hotel Crawl’ in San Francisco and It Changed the Way I Travel
on 19th of May 2019 Can’t think of anything? Me either . Friends thought I was crazy when I did this in February on a weekend visit to San Francisco. “Who wants to have to pack up their stuff three different times?”

San Francisco can move forward with claims against PG&E, judge says
(May 2019) Pacific Gas and Electric Co.’s bankruptcy won’t prevent San Francisco from pursuing its claims that the utility is holding up some local public projects and charging too much to deliver power to them,

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