Stories about Art Agnos

The mayor is sworn in — to boos and arrests

Protesters flood inauguration ceremony, send a strong message that all is not well in Ed Lee's San Francisco

How the 2016 races shape up

Control of the city, and its future, on the line in a year of high-octane, high-stakes politics   By Tim Redmond DECEMBER 4, 2015 – The next...

Flower Mart wins historic deal — but it’s not over yet

Preservation depends on city approval of a project that violates existing law By Zelda Bronstein JULY 10, 2015 -- On June 26, the San Francisco Flower...

The Agenda, May 11-17: Housing Blues, unmasking the sharing economy, understanding community victories and more

We look at the key political issues and events coming up in the city this week By Tim Redmond MAY 11, 2015 – The Chron calls...

The truth about the Flower Mart petitions

There is, as of today, no "deal" to save this San Francisco institution.  By Zelda Bronstein APRIL 22, 2015 -- On Monday, April 20, Jon Schwark,...

Flower Mart supporters prepare for ballot campaign

While negotiations with developer continue, advocates will start collecting signatures for a measure that would block the entire office project  By Zelda Bronstein MARCH 10, 2015...

Will there be a mayor’s race in 2015?

  By Tim Redmond DECEMBER 2, 2014 – With Mark Leno officially taking himself out of the 2015 mayor’s race, there’s a real possibility that Mayor...

The strangest BART Board race ever

  By Tim Redmond NOVEMBER 3, 2014 – The Bay Area Rapid Transit District Board of Directors is not one of the more distinguished public agencies...

Is the Left in SF dead? Um, no …

  By Tim Redmond OCTOBER 23, 2014 – We got quite a crowd for the Save the  Bay Guardian rally at noon today – at least...

Landlord tells tenant organizer to move his business

By Zelda Bronstein OCTOBER 17, 2014 -- Last summer Jim Gallagher organized his fellow tenants at the San Francisco Design Center in their successful fight...