The rise of elephant and rhino poaching in Africa is pushing both mammals to the brink of extinction. In early October, close to one thousand people marched from Saint Mary’s Square to Union Square in San Francisco, protesting the ivory and rhino horn trades.
Benito Santiago, 63, is one of an increasing number of seniors facing rising rents and eviction under the Ellis Act — a state law that enables speculators to buy property hoping to flip it into an easy profit.
A photographer and fashionista, Amy Martin-Friedman has used her art since 2009 to raise about $300,000 for women’s shelters seeking to break the cycle of domestic or spousal violence.
Nestled near the ocean, Sutro Baths still draws visitors nearly fifty years after the last swimmers used what used to be a privately owned swimming pool establishment in the late 19th century.
As costs of living continue to climb in San Francisco, many artists are finding the city to be an increasingly difficult place for them to live, work and create. Queer artist collective Feyboy recently moved to Oakland.
Off Interstate 280, the Pulgas Water Temple serves as a reminder of the Herculean scale of the Hetch Hetchy System that started bringing a reliable water supply to the Bay Area more than 80 years ago.
Zynga CEO Don Mattrick sees the $527 million acquisition as the key to his three-part strategy for success: sustaining mature hit games, creating new hit game content and doing both more efficiently.
Shares of the San Francisco-based online reservation company have continued to slip since the company released fourth quarter and year-end earnings on Feb. 5.
The San Francisco consumer-review website announced strong growth across all revenue sources for its fourth fiscal quarter earnings released Wednesday, in a year that its CEO described as “outstanding.”