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          San Francisco Links

          News & Information:

          Forthright daily coverage of news pertinent to SF, entertainment and events. A strong alternative .

          Frequently updated world and local news (with reader comments), entertainment, food and wine, featured columns, and real estate porn on mirroring the newspaper.

          A progressive since 2004, featuring deliberate political counterpoint to the Chronicle.

          Magazines:

          Shining a light on the within the 7 X 7 mile boundaries of San Francisco.

          Online home of the elegant and stylish dedicated to San Francisco. Strong coverage of high-end shopping and dining options, and insights on trends and exploration options in and around the city.

          Weeklies:

          News, politics, restaurant reviews, event calendars, and blogs at the site for the .

          Published by , features incisive public-interest stories, entertainment and arts coverage, and blogs.

          Guides:

          Valiant attempt to comprehensively list and define . Short descriptions or links to larger main articles are available for each neighborhood, with history, geography, and citations on cultural impact.

          of 250 things to do throughout 10 different neighborhoods. Also see from the gorgeous July/August 2009 Neighborhood Issue, created from reader contributions.

          Reference section within the SF Chronicle site. Select with well written descriptions and extensive listings of restaurants and shops within each. Deco Ghetto?

          Wiki-style archive featuring historical photos, essays, stories, and other media contributed by many. Material is categorized by Decade, Neighborhood, Population, Theme, and Tours. A beautiful, .

          Preserving the of San Francisco's West side. Contributed historial essays and photos including background on Golden Gate Park, the Sunset, and Ocean Beach.

          Lists of to eat, shop, and have fun beyond the usual tourist destinations, within a handful of neighborhood focal points.

          This features an up-to-the-minute event calendar, plus info on restaurants, clubs, bars, music, arts, and shopping.

          An indepndent and "brutally honest" featuring recommended activities, tourist traps to avoid, travel tips, and extensive information on hotels and motels.

          Neighborhood and transportation maps, short descriptions and groups of photos serve as for specific neighborhoods. Many advertisements and sponsored links.

          Part of a set of guides to travel destinations, includes pages dedicated to many specific neighborhoods and areas of SF, plus sightseeing information.

          General info, maps, photos, neighborhood descriptions, tips for visiting or moving to SF. A by longtime resident Alfredo Jacobo Perez Gomez.

          Blogs:

          Like the Mission itself, is on top of everything you didn't know you cared about. To read it is to know more and understand even less about the magic and microcosmic Mission.

          Stories, photos, experiences, and news items related to the city's transit system. A of the wonders and miseries that make riding Muni a quintessential San Francisco experience.

          of Muni-related issues, and items of general concern to SF residents.

          SF-related stories and angles that other news sources miss, the here consistently deliver on the stuff you want to know about.

          A daily with focus on urban transportation issues, and proponent of the initiative.

          Adventurous and frequently hilarious guide to vegan dining in and around San Francisco. Started by , of , the site is updated often with posts chronicling . If there is a vegan dish or dessert somewhere, they'll find it.

          Insightful and deliciously written posts that often hold up a well-angled mirror to SF life and culture, including .

          Part of a network of blogs, include coverage of restaurant openings and closings, reviews, and best-of lists.

          No longer updated, the contains 1,000 photos, each accompanied by an illuminating text entry highlighting a feature of the San Francisco area.