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Regional news updates and a lot of lifestyle coverage.
A local version of the national liberal politics website.
News website for KQED.org, focused on the Bay Area and beyond.
Locally focused, short info bits and a lot of opinion.
Insights on Silicon Valley and real estate.
Mostly SF-focused, “progressive” political agenda.
News, lifestyle and snarky writing.
Liberal politics blog run by the Tenderloin Housing Clinic.
Photographer/blogger Luke Thomas’ City Hall news-and-opinion site.
Some original reporting and aggregation, with a good bit of culture thrown in.
Plenty of attitude with coverage of MUNI & bikes and links to most of the important stories going on in SF.
S.F. politics and arts scene. Plenty of opinion pieces.
San Francisco news and politics.
Neighborhood news from aspiring journalists.
Promotes good planning and good government in the Bay Area.
SF Bay Times
News and events calendar for the GLBTQ.
Newspaper serving the LGBTQ community.
News website serving the Asian/Pacific Islander American community.
Architecture and some planning coverage.
The Noe Valley Voice
SF Bay View
The Western Edition
Visitacion Valley Grapevine
The Potrero View
Rincon Hill Neighborhood Association blog
A fun blog curating rider experiences on San Francisco's Muni.
"TK" provides his unique perspective on life in San Francisco.
One woman's blog about San Francisco neighborhoods.
Heavy on photos and commentary.
Strong political and neighborhood events listings.
Keeping tabs on House Speaker Nancy Pelosi.
Good site for political gossip.
Political news, analysis and commentary.
California public policy and politics.
Critical Mass blog.
Part of the national livable streets initiative.
A San Francisco cyclist’s blog.
Greg Dewar sounds off on Muni and the Inner Sunset.
Akit’s Complaint Department
Lots of Muni complaints.
SF school board member.
Political blog from the guy whose lawsuit delayed the city’s bike plan.
San Francisco politics.
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Former Examiner reporter and current investigator for the SF City Attorney's office.
She’s running for DCCC and Community College Board.
KQED’s foodies blog.
It’s beer and food.
Reader tips for dining, eating and food shopping.
San Francisco restaurant news.
A vegan eating and living guide to the Bay Area.