Hungry After Hours? A Map of Late Night Eats Around San Francisco

Here’s where to find the increasing number of bars and restaurants that stay up to feed the city’s night owls.

Nearly 4,000 SF Restaurants Survived the Pandemic

Twice as many restaurants closed as opened during 2021 but SF’s food scene is far from finished.

This Weekend: Kronos Festival, ‘Magrittomania,’ Sunday Streets and More

Plus, a not-so-secret Sofar Sounds, SFMOMA’s Art Bash and Yvonne Orji—better known as Molly from ‘Insecure’—comes to Cobb’s Comedy Club.

Open and Shut: New Restaurants Spring Up, Even As Others Close for Good

Covid was not kind to San Francisco eateries, but where one chapter ends, another begins.

Stern Grove Festival Announces 2022 Dates, Lineup To Be Revealed May 3

The show is still free, but the online ticket reservation system introduced last year will remain in place.

‘We Were Hyphy’ and the Glory of Mid-2000s Bay Area Hip-Hop

New documentary, debuting this weekend at the Cinequest Film Festival, fondly remembers goin’ dummy at the sideshow in stunna shades.

This Weekend: David Huffman, Off the Grid, Papercuts, Boyz II Men and More

Plus, Boyz II Men, Trans Day of Visibility, Pitches 2 Riches Comedy Show, Caroline Rose and the return of Electroluxx at Public Works.

Asian Art Commission Votes to Return Illegally Removed Marble Panel to Afghanistan

But the centuries-old work, smuggled out of the Central Asian country during Soviet occupation, isn’t going home right away.

New Exhibit, ‘House of Commons,’ Explores Promise and Pitfalls of Communal Living Structures

Congregate homes with shared central spaces and resources have a part to play in fixing San Francisco’s housing crisis, according to the exhibit’s creators.