Culture

‘I See Art As a Way for People to Not Think of Each Other in Broad Strokes’

San Jose novelist Khaled Hosseini talks about adapting his work for the stage and dealing with Trump’s America.   Read More »

Politics

200 Demonstrators Descended On Dianne Feinstein’s House to Protest Her Support for Trump’s Nominees

They want DiFi to fall in line with Californians’ overwhelming rejection of Trump. And answer her phone. Read More »

Restaurants

The Quick and the Fed

As San Francisco’s restaurant economics grow ever more perilous, chefs and owners are turning to fast-dining concepts for salvation. Read More »

The Best Fast-Dining Spots in the Bay Area

Our favorite 21 places for a culinary quickie. Read More »

Restaurants

Four San Francisco Restaurateurs on Their Most Popular Dishes

These are the city’s fast-dining staples. Read More »

Restaurants

Grand Opening Alert: These Restaurants Are Coming Soon

Four much-anticipated openings. Read More »

News and Features

Rainbow Warriors

What the leaders of the original gay rights resistance—seen this month in ABC’s miniseries When We Rise—can teach the new progressive agitators about love and war. Read More »

Politics

School Board President Vows to Protect Undocumented Students

“We’re going to do everything we can.” Read More »

San Francisco Magazine Is Hiring a Research Editor

Come work with us! Read More »

Galleries and Performance

Family Treasure

The Peninsula Museum of Art is set to spotlight never-before-shown photographs by Dorothea Lange. Read More »

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