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A crowd of more than 50 people, jackets pulled up against a chilly drizzle, waited for the metal gates to the Main Library to scroll open one early winter day.
Dude, you probably know where L.A. is: down the 101. Where are you most likely to hear this? Linguists will point to technical clues the long "u" and use of "the" yet the rest of us might also guess correctly: S...
One front window of the small office supply store was covered with plywood, while the other greeted three new kids on the block: "Welcome Twitter, Yammer, One Kings Lane."
Times are tough on Telegraph Avenue, the notoriously countercultural and once-thriving street leading to the heart of the University of California campus here.
The driver of a small black sedan honked and leaned out his window one recent cold, windy Sunday. "Go ride on the sidewalk!" he yelled.
It is hard to find the right birthday present for a bridge, especially one that seems to have everything a spectacular view, a rich history and most notably, a doting public.
The view from Coit Tower, a national landmark that sits atop Telegraph Hill, is one of this city's most impressive, offering a panorama of the San Francisco Bay.
The tiny plaza with a diminutive name first sprouted along traffic-clogged Divisadero Street, one of the city's main cross-town thoroughfares.