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Party Radar: Capitalize this

PARTY RADAR We're getting a Museum of Capitalism! And it's having a grand opening party! (Sat/17, 6-9pm, free. 55 Harrison, Oakland, in Jack London Square.)...

Party Radar: Catching up, falling out

PARTY RADAR The real news is always so terrible -- and that's not fake. HOWEVER, there's some heartening nightlife news out there for us denizens...

The Agenda, May 15-21: Who can afford ‘affordable’ housing?

Two competing affordable housing bills – and another bill that could override both of them to give developers more density – are headed for...

A crackling evening of AGITPROP!

SCREEN GRABS The National Endowment for the Arts and PBS seem headed for budgetary doom under President Trump, although not because they’re costly and...

Dramatic new study questions transit-oriented development

The supes decided today to once again delay a decision on the 117-unit luxury condo project at 2675 Folsom, as the developer and community...

‘And so begins the resistance’

“And so begins the resistance,” Tom Temprano, a newly elected member of the Community College Board, told me. We were standing in the pouring rain,...

Obama’s supply-side toolkit attacks local housing policy

On September 27th the Obama administration released a "Housing Development Toolkit" promoting a deregulation program for market rate housing development at the local level....

Nasty, misogynistic vandals hit Ronen campaign office

Unknown vandals defaced the door of District 9 supe candidate Hillary Ronen last night with an alarmingly misogynist message posted by an apparent supporter...

Why Ed Lee’s policies are wrong — and unpopular

I should just ignore Randy Shaw’s piece today about Who Runs San Francisco; we all know Randy is a big fan of Mayor Ed...

Morning after the fire: San Francisco fights back with outpouring of donations

As families begin to process the aftermath of losing their home they're not alone in their grief, fellow San Franciscans have responded with love...