San Francisco

9:33pm

Mon December 9, 2013
Arts & Culture

Bay Area falafel shop hop

Leila Sfeir makes Lebanese falafel sandwichCourtesy: Cindy Carpien

To many Americans, Falafel is a fried ball of mashed up garbanzo beans that you can put in a sandwich. But to me, falafel reminds me of where I’m from – Sudan. Until recently, I thought there was really only one way to make it. But it turns out, there are many ways to fry a falafel, depending on where you’re from – and of course, everyone thinks their way is best. So I headed out around the Bay on a falafel shop hop.

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5:14pm

Thu November 14, 2013
Arts & Culture

Audiograph's Sound of the Week: Schein & Schein Antique Maps

Jim Schein of Schein & Schein Antique Maps and Prints in North Beach
Casey Miner

7:42pm

Thu November 7, 2013
Arts & Culture

Out In The Bay 11/7/13

Interview with Rick Shelton, a/k/a Lola Montez.

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2:24pm

Mon November 4, 2013
Politics

San Francisco’s Proposition B takes its role in affordable housing debate

A model of the proposed 8 Washington Parks, Public Access and Housing District.
Liz Pfeffer

Once blighted and clogged with cars, the Embarcadero is now a promenade of upscale restaurants, farmers markets, and a walkable Bay Trail. As development all over San Francisco barrels forward, residents are being asked to decide what they envision for the future of the city’s frontage.

Tomorrow, San Francisco voters will cast ballots for or against a controversial luxury condo development across from Pier 3. The long-disputed 8 Washington project would bring multimillion-dollar housing to a 3.2-acre lot on the city’s waterfront.

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6:26pm

Wed October 16, 2013
Economy/Labor/Biz

Commentary: Does being a tech couple in SF make you the "baddy"?

Mary sitting in a parklet on Valencia street.
Mary Willis

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