News and Features

The Housing Wars Hit the Beach

In a quest to densify San Francisco's west side, the city is kicking sand on some angry neighbors. Read More »

Real Estate

Three Big-City Housing Ideas That S.F. Has Yet to Try

From containers to virtual residential complexes, these housing solutions are nothing if not creative. Read More »

News and Features

Toward a New Standard of Care for Trans Kids

Dr. Stephen Rosenthal is working to improve the lives of gender-nonconforming adolescents and their families. Read More »

City Life

What We Were Reading While We Should Have Been Working

Your Tuesday afternoon lunch break link bait. Read More »

News and Features

Silicon Valley Will See You Now

They’ve disrupted everything else. Now, high-tech innovators are taking aim at the biggest dinosaur of them all: America’s broken healthcare system. Read More »

News and Features

These Gadgets Want to Put Healthcare in Your Hand

Three innovative products that aim to put health data at the public's fingertips. Read More »

News and Features

This UCSF Doctor Has a Radical Approach to Breast Cancer

Oncologist Laura Esserman says that screening is pressuring too many Stage 0 patients into surgery too soon. Read More »

Scott Wiener Is Robbed, Lowballs Thieves, Gets Phone Back

Supervisor victim of "not very well-thought-out crime." Read More »

Eat and Drink

Get in My Belly! Bi-Rite, Shed, and the Advocate

A weekly digest of the Bay Area's best digestibles. Read More »

Eat and Drink

Will Virtuous Fast Food Go Big?

As more companies try to sell us fast food that’s healthy, it raises the question of what, exactly, healthy fast food is. Read More »

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