Alex Mak - Managing Editor
We know that Notre Dame burned down, we know that our President is still Donald Trump, but they’ve finally gone too far. According to sources inside City Hall…San Francisco will ‘modestly expand the number of rental e-scooters allowed on city streets with an option to eventually double the total number
The Escape from New York Pizza chain first began in SF in 1986 in the Haight, and as a legacy business it currently runs 5 locations in the city, but this morning the founder Paul Geffner confirmed via Hoodline Editor Allie Pape that the Mission and Polk st locations will
The Salesforce Transit Center famously closed a month after it opened in August of 2018. It was discovered that its support beams were cracking and that building was unsafe. Fast forward 7 months, and the Transbay Joint Powers Authority is saying that the $2.2 billion transit hub will finally be
The Salesforce Transit Center famously closed weeks after it opened in September of 2018, when it was discovered that its support beams were cracking. Fast forward 7 months, and the Transbay Joint Powers Authority is saying that the $2.2 billion transit hub will finally be fixed by June 1 2019.
The restaurant chain Chick-fil-A, financially supports groups that oppose LGBTQ rights. They are openly ‘Christian’, and openly gave $1.6 million to the ‘Fellowship of Christian Athletes’ which discriminates against gay people. That’s why it came as a surprise that they were able to build one of their Chick-fil-A’s, inside Mineta
Via – Burrito Justice Bikes to Books Spring 2019 Ride! Bikes to Books Spring 2019 Ride Saturday, April 27, 12:45-4:00 p.m., north side of Jack London in South Park Celebrate spring with the Bikes to Books ride! Combining San Francisco history, art, literature, cycling, and urban exploration, Bikes to Books began as an homage to the
Facebook is celebrating moving into yet another luxury office building downtown San Francisco in 2019. Facebook’s Instagram division already spent $35 Million to lease 37 stories of the luxury high-rise at 181 Fremont St. The Facebook & Instagram hi-rise is one of very few towers with exclusive bridge access to