In the night world of San Francisco, Fillmore Slim, Soulful Spider and Bobby Joe from Baltimo' practice the same profession.
The twin-engine DC-3 lifted from the runway just after 5 p.m. and headed out over the Pacific for Hawaii
Until 14 months ago, Johnny Mathis was best known as an athlete: he could high-jump 6 ft. 5 in., only 2 3/4 in
Buying a home is more affordable that it has been in decades. But what’s even more affordable in a lot of U.S
Americans have plenty of opinions about teenage sexuality.
In the 1960s and ’70s, the San Francisco Bay Area was where the counterculture really started the Free Speech Movement in Berkeley, the Summer of Love in Haight-Ashbury, gay rights in the Castro. Today, the Bay Area is challenging the larger culture in a new and controversial way: there will be a referendum on the ballot in November that would make it the first major city in the U.S.
Outside of Academia, does anybody read Gertrude Stein anymore? Most of her major works are too strenuously experimental to be much fun.
It takes four seconds to fall the 220 feet from the Golden Gate Bridge to the waters of the San Francisco Bay below.
The traveling exhibition of gouache cutouts done by Henri Matisse in his last years has been admired lately in Manhattan and Chicago, but at San Francisco's Museum of Art last week the show had a unique and poignant meaning.
When it comes to making important changes in interest rates, the big-time bankers of New York, Chicago and San Francisco have recently taken a back seat to Philadelphia's John R. Bunting, the controversial chief of the First Pennsylvania Banking & Trust Co.