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The life and death of Iris Canada, the 100-year-old victim of eviction

Iris Canada, 100, sat in a wheelchair looking frail and tired but not without the touch of her impeccable sense of style; yellow blazer,...

What if everything the national Democratic Party leaders think about campaigns is wrong?

You could fill half a library with all the post-election analyses, recriminations, post-mortems and debates over the worse debacle to hit the Democratic Party...

Iris Canada dies a month after her eviction

Iris Canada, a centenarian who was evicted from her apartment at 670 Page St. last month, has died. Canada was hospitalized shortly after the...

The Agenda: Why teachers can’t find housing

There has been much talk of late about teacher housing, and that’s all good: If teachers can’t live in San Francisco, we have a...

The real facts about the affordable housing debate

  A heated debate has raged around City Hall since last June, when voters raised the affordable housing requirements on private developers to 25 percent....

Join us for our Fourth Anniversary Spring Gala, May 3!

Join Tim Redmond and the 48 Hills team to celebrate four years of completely independent, progressive, local journalism! In this dark political time, it's...

Willie Brown and the problem with corruption

There is, at this point, no smoking gun to implicate Ed Lee in any illegal behavior related to the Shrimp Boy case. But the...

The Agenda, March 20-26: Breed’s oddly conservative attack on income taxes

So now we know for sure what Donald Trump and the Republicans have in mind for their first budget:  Cut everything that is good...