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Tracing the Roots of Photo Sharing, From Mail Art to Instagram

Tracing the Roots of Photo Sharing, From Mail Art to Instagram

Installation view of “Snap+Share,” at the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art. It shows mail art from the ’60s and ’70s, an early form of photo sharing.
In San Francisco, Making a Living From Your Billionaire Neighbor’s Trash

In San Francisco, Making a Living From Your Billionaire Neighbor’s Trash

Jake Orta searched through a trash bin outside Mark Zuckerberg’s home in San Francisco.
In San Francisco, Making a Living From Your Billionaire Neighbor’s Trash

In San Francisco, Making a Living From Your Billionaire Neighbor’s Trash

Jake Orta searched through a trash bin outside Mark Zuckerberg’s home in San Francisco.
Times Insider: When Trash Is a Journalist’s Treasure

Times Insider: When Trash Is a Journalist’s Treasure

Jake Orta searches a trash bin near Mark Zuckerberg’s home in San Francisco.
Times Insider: When Trash Is a Journalist’s Treasure

Times Insider: When Trash Is a Journalist’s Treasure

Jake Orta searches a trash bin near Mark Zuckerberg’s home in San Francisco.

Citi Bike Pulls New Electric Bikes Off Streets, Citing Safety Concerns

The pedal-assist bikes operated by Lyft-owned companies in New York City, San Francisco and Washington were removed based on concerns over the brakes.

Citi Bike Pulls New Electric Bikes Off Streets, Citing Safety Concerns

The pedal-assist bikes operated by Lyft-owned companies in New York City, San Francisco and Washington were removed based on concerns over the brakes.
San Francisco’s Big-Hatted ‘Beach Blanket Babylon’ to Close After 45 Years

San Francisco’s Big-Hatted ‘Beach Blanket Babylon’ to Close After 45 Years

“Beach Blanket Babylon,” a long-running San Francisco musical revue known for its giant hats and silly spoofs, will close on New Year’s Eve. Shown here is the finale of the 2018 New Year’s Eve
San Francisco’s Big-Hatted ‘Beach Blanket Babylon’ to Close After 45 Years

San Francisco’s Big-Hatted ‘Beach Blanket Babylon’ to Close After 45 Years

“Beach Blanket Babylon,” a long-running San Francisco musical revue known for its giant hats and silly spoofs, will close on New Year’s Eve. Shown here is the finale of the 2018 New Year’s Eve
One Good Meal: A Men’s Wear Designer’s Favorite Breakfast Dish

One Good Meal: A Men’s Wear Designer’s Favorite Breakfast Dish

Avocado gives the designer Evan Kinori’s shakshuka a California vibe.
San Francisco Had an Ambitious Plan to Tackle School Segregation. It Made It Worse.

San Francisco Had an Ambitious Plan to Tackle School Segregation. It Made It Worse.

Rooftop Elementary School in San Francisco. The city allows parents to apply to any school in the district, having done away with traditional school zoning in an effort to desegregate its classrooms.
San Francisco Had an Ambitious Plan to Tackle School Segregation. It Made It Worse.

San Francisco Had an Ambitious Plan to Tackle School Segregation. It Made It Worse.

Rooftop Elementary School in San Francisco. The city allows parents to apply to any school in the district, having done away with traditional school zoning in an effort to desegregate its classrooms.
We Live in Packs

We Live in Packs

The Fog City Pack on a walk.
Fixes: I Served My Prison Time. Why Do I Still Have to Pay?

Fixes: I Served My Prison Time. Why Do I Still Have to Pay?

Some of the most common fees that handicap a parolee’s successful re-entry are for body monitors.
The Uber I.P.O. Is a Moral Stain on Silicon Valley

The Uber I.P.O. Is a Moral Stain on Silicon Valley

An Uber car in Manhattan. Uber’s initial public offering could value the company at $100 billion.
Lyft’s First Results After I.P.O. Show $1.14 Billion Quarterly Loss

Lyft’s First Results After I.P.O. Show $1.14 Billion Quarterly Loss

John Zimmer, left, and Logan Green, the founders of Lyft, at a party in March celebrating the ride-hailing company’s I.P.O.
Lyft’s First Results After I.P.O. Show $1.14 Billion Quarterly Loss

Lyft’s First Results After I.P.O. Show $1.14 Billion Quarterly Loss

John Zimmer, left, and Logan Green, the founders of Lyft, at a party in March celebrating the ride-hailing company’s I.P.O.