City Hall

4:53pm

Thu September 5, 2013
Politics

Billionaires’ sailboat race may leave San Francisco in debt

On a rare, hot summer Saturday on the San Francisco Bay, a race between a pair of 10 million dollar sailboats has just begun: Team Italy against Team New Zealand. Spectators at a viewing area on San Francisco’s Embarcadero lounge on bean bag chairs. Piers 27-29 have been converted into a giant pavilion, with big screen TVs, picnic tables, a concert space, and Nespresso machines at every corner.

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5:33pm

Mon August 5, 2013
Transportation

New Warriors arena in San Francisco not a slam dunk

Arena rendering by Snøhetta and AECOM

San Francisco’s waterfront is booming. It’s become a major destination for tourists and locals, celebrated two World Series wins, and is currently playing host to an international sailing race. There’s a new cruise ship terminal, and a re-invented Exploratorium. And now the waterfront is preparing itself for another huge makeover.

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6:00pm

Wed December 12, 2012
Politics

Seeing past the nudity at San Francisco City Hall

John DiDonna speaks during the Public Comment section of the City Supervisor Meeting
SF Gov TV

San Francisco has long been known as a city where you can let it all hang out. Nudists from all over the world flock here to participate in events like the Folsom Street Fair, but the city seems to have had enough of the buff. Last week, city supervisors voted to ban public nudity as of February 1. 

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3:39pm

Mon November 5, 2012
Arts & Culture

Back to the beginning with Belva Davis

Belva Davis (right) interviewing Coretta Scott King.
Photo courtesy of Belva Davis.

The 2012 election marks the final significant broadcast for Bay Area trailblazing journalist Belva Davis. She’s come very far:

“When I was first applying for jobs in television, I had never seen a black television reporter,” Davis once said.

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