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Sunday, January 23, 2022

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Opinion

Letters to the Editor: Castro Theatre takeover—very con and very pro

Readers sound off on the recently announced Another Planet Entertainment plan to manage the 100+-year-old cinema.

Opinion: Are we losing the Castro Theatre?

New management Another Planet Entertainment wants to "explode" the neighborhood with music and entertainment. But what about good old films and LGBTQ events?

Eating Our Own: What a 1973 sci-fi movie says about the reality of 2022

Soylent Green predicted an apocalypse that isn't far from the truth. The problem is runaway Capitalism.

Reflections from a trip to Cuba

US faith leaders head to the island nation to bring medical supplies—and counter US propaganda.

Memo to SF supes: On affordable housing, don’t be Joe Manchin

Approving money for social housing is a clear mandate—and the opposition talking points are the same old tired nonsense we have heard before.

Let them eat handbags

Can someone please explain to me why the stealing of mere symbols of social goodness (i.e., social status) is somehow worse than the stealing of actual goodness.

An ethical landlord calls for more social housing

Why the supervisors should approve $64 million in spending with a veto-proof majority

Why are both Republicans and Democrats so obsessed with Cuba?

After more than 60 years, the US is still trying to overthrow the government of a small island nation that is no threat to us.

Recalls are for losers

People who couldn't win the first time are using a new tactic that we should oppose on principle.

Labor organizing is a part of SF life

Reflections on winning and losing in the local and national movement.

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