News and Features

The Broken Windows Theory

Riding shotgun with an experimental SFPD unit tasked with ending the city’s break-in epidemic. Read More »

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How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love Legalized Weed

A longtime user ponders the pros and cons of a world in which it’s all right to get high. OK, there aren’t any cons. Read More »

Interiors

‘Awesome or Insane’

Two sisters. Two husbands. Five children. One duplex. Let the design-off begin.   Read More »

Beauty

Best Face Forward

In both business and philanthropy, Bella Schneider inspires. Read More »

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All Quiet on the Front Line

After a major expansion, San Francisco’s biggest public hospital should feel like a war zone. In reality, it’s a sanctuary. Read More »

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Bay Area Top Doctors 2017

Our annual listing of the best healthcare providers, from neonatal to geriatric. Read More »

News and Features

Bay Area Top Doctors 2017

Our annual listing of the best healthcare providers, from neonatal to geriatric. Read More »

Travel

Up in the Air

San Jose travelers, rejoice: A new service offers some of the benefits of private air travel for less. Read More »

Restaurants

A Fresh Fiesta

Santana Row’s Tacolicious serves up seafood-centric bites in a dramatic space. Read More »

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Enemies of All Maladies

Mark Zuckerberg and Priscilla Chan want to “cure, prevent, or manage” every disease by 2100. Critics scoff at their hubris. But for the scientists anointed to carry out their plan, optimism knows no bounds. Read More »

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