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San Francisco is the 12th most populous city in the U.S. During World War II, San Francisco was the port of embarkation for service members shipping out to the Pacific Theater. After the war, the confluence of returning servicemen, massive immigration, liberalizing attitudes, and other factors led to the Summer of Love and the gay rights movement, cementing San Francisco as a center of liberal activism in the U.S.

Population: 808977
Local Newspapers: San Francisco Chronicle
Local Sports Teams: San Francisco 49ers (NFL) San Francisco Giants (MLB)
Local Colleges: University of California - San Francisco Golden Gate University

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Carey Perloff, retiring from San Francisco's ACT after 25 years at the creative helm.

This Saturday I will drive from Los Banos to San Francisco, as I have done seven times a year for the past 47 years, to watch an American Conservatory Theater play. Saturday's "A Walk on the Moon" will be the last performance I'll see under the leadership of Carey Perloff, ACT's artistic director for the last quarter-century.

One-time rivals talk unity in race for California governor

As Democratic rivals for governor, California Lt. Gov. Gavin Newsom and former Los Angeles Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa spent months belittling each other: To believe it, Newsom was selling snake oil, and Villaraigosa was a shifty corporate shill.

a Stop Taking the Children!a : Protesters rally over family separation at ICE San Francisco office

Chanting "Stop taking the children," tech workers, immigrants and activists on Tuesday protested the Trump Administration's hard-line immigration policies that are separating children from their parents at the Southwest border and causing outrage and debate on Capitol Hill and around the world. "I can't stand to hear one of those children cry and we're hearing thousands of them," said Judith Gips, 61, who teaches immigrant children in King City.

Opponents of immigration policy to rally in San Francisco

Opponents of the policy that is separating undocumented migrants from their children along the U.S.-Mexico border will rally Tuesday in San Francisco. "Families Belong Together - Shut Down Ice" is organizing the event, which is set to take place between 1 p.m. and 2 p.m. outside the offices of U.S. Immigration & Customs Enforcement at 630 Sansome St. More than 2,000 minors reportedly have been separated from their families since Attorney General Jeff Sessions announced a "zero-tolerance" policy in April aimed at stemming illegal immigration.

San Francisco's next mayor is walking into a buzzsaw

We are speaking, of course, about the 97.19 percent of you who vote for Republican mayoral aspirant Richie Greenberg. Because, as we all saw the day after our June 5 election in the While taking this vast leap rightward, San Francisco voters also opted to raise commercial real estate taxes to fund early childhood education; make the city pay for attorneys to represent tenants facing eviction; subject ourselves to a parcel tax to bump public school teachers' salaries; and - spurning the wishes of the wealthy and influential police union - allow cops to use Tasers in the manner the union would see fit.

Hair today: 5 new salons in San Francisco

If you're on the hunt for a new stylist, consider dropping into one of these recently opened salons that are earning praise and attention from customers. Charles W Thomas offers a wide range of services for women, men and children, including coloring and treatments.

The singular needs of LGBT seniors: San Francisco funds...

Arnel Valle conducts a dance movement program for clients at an On Lok senior center on Bush Street in San Francisco on Friday. Arnel Valle conducts a dance movement program for clients at an On Lok senior center on Bush Street in San Francisco on Friday.

Polo & Pan are scheduled to perform at the Independent in San Francisco on June 20.

In dark times, music can act as a salve of positivity, a form of escapism that puts the rest of the world on the back burner. "You don't decide what world you're going to live in, but at any given time you can decide what attitude you will have," says Paul Armand-Delille, the Polo in the permanently upbeat French electronic duo Polo & Pan .

People have dinner at Tawla in San Francisco, Calif. on July 24th, 2016.

Five notable San Francisco restaurants will play host to a series of vibrant pop-up dinners this week, which will feature menus created by refugee chefs from the countries of Bhutan, Iraq, Myanmar, Senegal and Syria. The collaborations are part of San Francisco's inaugural Refugee Food Festival from June 19 to June 23. The event was founded by French citizens in 2016 and further developed by the French nonprofit group Food Sweet Food - an organization pushing to connect people through food - and the United Nations Refugee Agency .

Why San Francisco needs Corgi Con

Saturday marked the fifth June Corgi Con at Ocean Beach , a day of fun and frolicking for San Francisco dog lovers and their favorite breed of short-legged, highly gregarious canine companions. And it might just be one of the best things San Francisco has going for it right now.

Man who savagely kicked SF homeless person arrested

A 58-year-old San Francisco man was arrested Sunday after allegedly beating a homeless man and another man on Muni in two separate, unprovoked incidents, authorities said. A 58-year-old San Francisco man was arrested Sunday after allegedly beating a homeless man and another man on Muni in two separate, unprovoked incidents, authorities said.

Learn about "SFO: A History of San Francisco International Airport" on June 19

The SFO Museum is the first museum in an airport to receive accreditation from the American Alliance of Museums. Dennis Sharp, Curator of Aviation, will share the history of both SFOs - the airport and the museum - on June 19 at 6:30 pm at the Menlo Park Library The SFO Museum's permanent collection of over 120,000 objects focuses on commercial aviation, and it produces over 40 exhibitions annually on a diverse range of topics, from pop culture to anthropology, design, photography, and video arts.

"Are you dead, sir?" ER doc caught mocking patient on video

A Northern California emergency room doctor has been suspended after mocking a man who said he had an anxiety attack. CBS San Francisco station KPIX-TV reports that Dr. Beth Keegstra, a contract doctor with El Camino Hospital in Los Gatos, was suspended after she was recorded on June 11 questioning whether 20-year-old Samuel Bardwell was sick or just looking for drugs.

Competitive Fight for U.S. House Brings Big Jump in Ad Spending

The intensity of the fight for the U.S. House is playing out on the nation's television screens where the number of campaign ads is up more than 50 percent from where it was at the same point in the most recent comparable election year. The surge reflects the high stakes faced by both parties and special interests trying to influence the first midterm election of Donald Trump's presidency, with the outcome determining whether Democrats can bring his agenda to a dead stop if they win control of at least one chamber of Congress from Republicans.

Animal rights protesters taunted with meat when they crash

Anita Krajnc lay with 350 people of Direct Action Everywhere, spanning the full length of the Ferry Building, in what they describe as a "die-in" on Sunday, May 28 2017 in San Francisco, CA. The group appeared at an East Bay barbecue festival and disrupted the event.

This $30 million San Francisco mansion, once owned by Vanessa...

This $30 million San Francisco mansion, once owned by Vanessa Getty, is one of the city's most expensive homes - take a look inside A home in San Francisco's ritzy Pacific Heights neighborhood has been privately listed off the market for $30 million, according to SF Curbed . The home at 2900 Vallejo St. once belonged to Vanessa Getty and husband William Getty, the grandson of oil tycoon Jean Paul Getty, who shelled out $11.5 million in 2002 for the space and sold it within a decade of making the purchase.

PHOTOS: Juneteenth Celebration in San Francisco

Wilbert McAllister President of Oakland Black Cowboys Association introduces pony, Martin Luther, to San Francisco Juneteenth-attendee Irina Dalian alongside Yolanda Williams of the San Francisco Police Officer's Association. McAllister says Martin Luther is here to honor "fallen cowgirl" Rachel Townsend, longtime event organizer who passed away earlier this year.

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