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#120hours Day 2: Protestors tell district attorney ‘do your job’

On the second day of the #120hours of action, 11 San Francisco natives are still sitting in across the road from City Hall. Tents...

The Agenda, 2017: How SF can really fight Trumpism

Everyone at City Hall agrees that San Francisco should be the Anti-Trump City. We are mostly Democrats in this city, and other than the...

Forum: What the Nov. elections mean

The November election, as we have pointed out repeatedly, has the potential to change the direction of the city in pretty dramatic ways. Control...

The story Ahsha Safai doesn’t tell in his campaign for supervisor

Ahsha Safai is running for supervisor in District 11 as a labor activist who has the support of some of the city’s unions –...

The lessons of the June 7 election

There are three critical lessons to draw from the election results tonight, and all of them are very good news for the San Francisco...

What we won — and lost — with the Beast on Bryant

  Almost 14 months ago, on Saturday April 18th, 2015, more than 100 of the Central City’s many arts communities and advocates met at Cell...

Can we stop the displacement of arts space and industry?

Sup Jane Kim is drafting legislation that seeks to strongly deter the destruction epidemic that is attacking arts and industrial spaces in the Mission,...

The right to remain

Seven years ago, on a weekend like this past one, we would be sitting at The Revolution Cafe in the Mission district. All day....

The Agenda, May 30-June 5: Ed Lee’s bizarre judicial strategy ….

Mayor Ed Lee stopped by the Chronicle last week for an Editorial Board meeting, and since he didn’t have an effective answer for why...

The Agenda, May 23-29: Amateur hour in the Mayor’s Office …

By mid-afternoon, a little after 3pm Friday, reporters were starting to gather out in front of the Mayor’s office. We’d gotten the word, thanks...