Anyone can see the World Series for free. All you've got to do is wait. En Español
Carlos Santana stops by for a visit.
“Going really fast and feeling the wind in your face,” one boy said, grinning. En Español
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Tagged at&t park, boating, canoe, June Jordan School for Equity, kayak, kayaking, mission bay, mission creek, pollution, port, san francisco bay, Steve Siskin, UCSF, water
The night ride along the T was filled with everything from homeless people trying to stay warm, to baseball fans heading to AT&T Park for the Giants game. The only police officers seen were zooming...
10 Comments Filed under Front Page, MUNI, Topics, Transportation
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En Español Bayview has seen four, high profile MUNI-related attacks on Asians this year, one that resulted in the death of 83-year old Huan Chen. Three of the incidents were connected with the two-year-old T-Third...
30 Comments Filed under Front Page, MUNI, Transportation, Trouble
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UCSF shuttle from 16th Street BART to Mission Bay open to the public. En Español
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Despite sewer overflow and history of mercury, lead and PCBs, water remains untested En Español
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Tagged anrica deb, at&t park, corinne woods, Giants, ginny stearns, houseboats, kayak, kenya briggs, lead, mercury, mission bay, mission creek, PCBs, pollution, public utilities commission, puc, regional water board, san francisco bay regional water quality control board, sarah davis, sewer overflow, sfpuc, toxic hot spot, water quality