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SF sheriff in the depths of media hell

Mirkarimi tried to tell the press what actually happened. You can guess how that went By Alexis Terrazas JULY 13, 2015 -- As the saga of...

What’s up with Flower Mart? Depends on whom you ask

There are differing stories, but the tenants are finally getting a say in their future By Zelda Bronstein JANUARY 23, 2015 -- What’s up with the...

‘SOS’ effort launched to save The Stud

In the wake of Sunday's shock announcement that SF's 50-year-old gay bar the Stud faces a 200-percent rent hike and may close, a co-op...

Why tech money wants to rule SF

There’s a huge amount of money going into the campaign against the four measures that I call “Definitely Helps Limit the Mayor,” Props. D,...

The Agenda, Dec. 12-18: Will the supes fold on free City College?

First, let us take a moment to say: We are losing three great supervisors. John Avalos, David Campos, and Eric Mar have been the...

The press whips up toxic anti-immigrant madness

Even in SF, reporters are leaping on the bandwagon, blaming a very reasonable city policy for a tragic murder By Tim Redmond JULY 7, 2015 –...

The Google buses and the state Senate race

The battle over the Google buses continued today, with Sups. Jane Kim and Scott Wiener, who are running for state Senate, showing very different...

A stunning lack of reality at Mayor Lee’s State of the City

An upbeat Mayor Ed Lee delivered a State of the City address at the old Hibernia Bank Building today that sounded like a re-election...

The Agenda, Sept. 5-11 2016: The Chron’s homeless agenda …

It’s no surprise that the Chronicle is coming out against all of the progressive good-government measures. You don’t expect much from the city’s largest...