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Tagged with: Bernal Heights

Life burbles with inside jokes in Rebecca Ness’s jumbo paintings

Bookstores, bedrooms, U-Hauls, lesbian bars are loci of human comedy (and tragedy) in 'Portraits of Place.'

SF prepares to evict people living in vehicles on Bernal Hill

After years of tolerance, parking enforcement set to start this week—but residents are already getting citations.

Fielder, Chandler spar at D9 debate that draws sizable crowd

Chandler refuses to support cease-fire resolution and opposes district elections as differences between candidates become clear.

The danger of high-speed police chases and the failure of the mayor’s drug-arrest policy

Police Commission questions show why an independent panel is so important.

Check the record: Preston and his progressive colleagues are not against housing

Back in 2021, when Heather Knight was still at the Chronicle, the Yimbys put out something they called a "study" of the housing record...

Crank up support for local music with holiday merch madness

Is that the ...? From Larry June's supple slippers to take-home St. Mary's Pub sips, a couple clicks and it could be.

Budding again at 30, classic ‘Golden Gate Gardening’ takes on new climate challenges

Updated edition of vegetation sage Pam Peirce's manual adapts to a changing Bay Area with essential tips

In Tanya Wischerath’s art, bold brushwork and a sparkling glorification of gender nonconformity

Painting, tattooing, and constantly creating, the quintessential SF artist expresses love for her queer community

Screen Grabs: Getting warm and fuzzy over ‘Terminator 2’ and ‘Aliens’

Plus: Recalling the erotic thriller craze, creepy 'Good Boy,' terrifying 'Klondike,' cute 'Aristotle and Dante,' more

Bernal Heights Outdoor Cinema celebrates 20 years of awe beneath the stars

Hyperlocal film festival 'builds vibrant community and connects us to our shared humanity,' say cofounders