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Puppy Love? : A cutesy Cujo plays tug-of-war with his human companion at Duboce Park, one of the few places in the area that allows for off-leash canines. The National Parks Service has sought to heighten restrictions.
Public Comment Still Possible on Leash Policy
It didn’t rain on the Castro Britney parade, but the fear of it did enough to dampen the impact of the publicity stunt for her new album, Femme Fatale.
Where Your Garbage is Going:
Competition Vies for Control
City officials continue to talk trash as they try to renegotiate who has the rights to San Francisco's garbage.
Gascon Leads Community Forum on Crime
District Attorney George Gascon along with several district supervisors discussed a proposal for locally reworking the criminal justice system at an open forum Wednesday, April 13 at the Centro Latino near 15th and Valencia streets.
How to Keep Rising Costs from Sinking Your Mood
Your favorite brunch spot has a new menu. With higher prices. Airfare for the trip you’re planning to Buenos Aires jumped $80 from the last time you checked.
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Mayoral Candidates Prepare for Ranked Choice Voting
For the first time in its history, the 2011 San Francisco mayors’ election will be done through ranked choice voting.