Everyone thinks their neighborhood is the best for trick-or-treating. But the folks at real estate site Zillow have actually compiled a list of the best cities for scoring some ‘tricks or treats’ this Halloween.
In creating its third annual Trick-or-Treat Index, Zillow considered factors such as median home values, crime rates, population density and overall “walkability” when choosing the 20 best
Scott Weaver has spent the last 35 years building a highly-detailed tower replica of San Francisco using only toothpicks. And it that wasn’t impressive (or insane) enough, his tower allows ping pong balls to take a half-dozen differently routed tours throughout San Francisco’s neighborhoods and famous landmarks.
In the video below, Walker walks you through all of his painstaking creation’s twists.
A proposal to ban all pets sales in San Francisco is being considered by the city’s Board of Supervisors.
According to those who have proposed the ban, the rational behind it is twofold. It would encourage San Franciscans to adopt animals from shelters and rescue organization, and it would put an end to what animal rights activists claim are inhumane conditions in puppy mills and kitten factories
Health officials in San Francisco are hopping mad over one restaurant’s decision to sell grasshopper tacos.
La Oaxaquena Bakery and Restaurant has been selling the popular Mexican dish until the health department stepped in and put the kibosh on it.
If you're this kid, you've just made it in to the record books...and luckily, lived to tell about it.
Let's set the stage. It was field trip day for Windsor High School. Our unnamed 17 year-old was on San Fran's Golden Gate Bridge with his Windsor High School classmates, when he suddenly felt the urge for a swim and jumped from 220 feet.
San Francisco has got a little odor problem on its hands...well, hopefully not there. Seems that the city's got a problem with its low-flow toilets.
The innovative commodes, responsible for cutting water consumption by about "20 million gallons" a year, have also had an unintended consequence. There's more sludge backing up in sewer pipes, and now AT&T Park and other popular place