James Wyatt

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Photos: Local Revelers Go Green For Mask-Free St. Patrick’s Day in SF

With some Irish bars opening their doors with the sunrise, many San Franciscans spent their Thursday dressed in green and out on the town.

Smoke in the Club: SF’s Cannabis Consumption Lounges Get the Green Light

Cannabis lounge operators argue that the sites have some of the most robust air filtration systems of any business in the city.

‘You Can Get Anything’: How SF’s Black Market Thrives Off Retail Theft

The sub-economy of stealing goods and reselling them on the black market serves as a dangerous lifeline for the city’s poorest residents.


Photo Gallery: Meet San Francisco’s Security Guards

Commuting from all around the Bay, with experience ranging from one week to 30 years, meet the people who work security in San Francisco.

New Tenderloin Linkage Center Nears Opening as Doubts Remain about Emergency Measures

The forthcoming “Linkage Center” in San Francisco’s beleaguered Tenderloin neighborhood was visible Friday for the first time.