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Tuesday, July 16, 2024

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Media Week: Joe Biden, the party ‘elite,’ and the reality of big political money

Working-class voters seem less and less interested in a Democratic candidate who won't challenge the basic assumptions of neoliberalism.

Media Week: Why is Haney’s dubious campaign spending not a bigger story?

Plus: If SF is the worst-run city in the country, the data doesn't show it.

Media Week: One crucial (buried) story and two prominent useless ones

The growth myth, the SF mayor's race, the foolishness of a so-called West Coast 'liberal,' and (for now, funny) and deceptive campaign videos

Support for public power in SF is growing, even—finally—in the news media

ABC News segment focuses on the Raker Act Scandal; will the mayoral candidates all support the next step? And what's up with Matt Haney?

Wildly inaccurate story leads to death threats for activist, 48hills writer

Lisa Gray Garcia, who writes as Tiny, gets attacked after New York Post does a sensational story about her work with UCLA medical students.

The New York Times lauds Garry Tan—and it’s really pathetic

A front-page profile turns San Francisco into a parody and so badly misses the point that it's an embarrassment.

Broadcasting the Summer of Love—and so much more—live from San Francisco

A new book describes the history of the legendary KSAN, a radio station that promoted, and was part of, a cultural revolution.

Media coverage of reparations hearing runs from bad to worse

News outlets miss the point, ignore the context, and can't even do basic math.

BFF.fm dials in a decade of indie community—with a big party, of course

The online radio station boasts 110 current shows and 10 years of openings SF's ears. Celebrate on Thu/31

The myth of drug cartels is a cover for state-sanctioned violence

Author Oswaldo Zavala says the way we think about Mexican narcos is all wrong

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