Stories about Bay Guardian

Cohen hasn’t figured out how to collect Airbnb taxes

  By Tim Redmond OCTOBER 15, 2014 – Sharen Hewitt, who is a hero to many of us and was one of my choices for Bay...

Ted Gullicksen, tenant organizer, dead at 61

By Tim Redmond OCTOBER 14, 2014 -- The day just gets worse. I spent much of the afternoon taking press calls and talking about the tragedy...

The Bay Guardian shuts down

By Tim Redmond OCTOBER 14, 2014 – What a crazy, sad morning. I was teaching my San Francisco State class from 10 to noon, on the...

Will the “growth wars” ever end? Well, maybe not

By Zelda Bronstein OCTOBER 13, 2014 -- Every month, the law firm of Reuben, Junius & Rose hosts a lunchtime forum called the Real Estate...

Politics: Does Ron Conway run this city?

By Tim Redmond OCTOBER 9, 2014 – My usual Politics on Tuesday column got preempted by Airbnb, so now it’s Politics on Thursday. Couple of...

What to look for in the dueling autopsies of Michael Brown

By A.C. Thompson Ed note: A.C. used to work for me at the Bay Guardian, and I thought this piece he wrote might be useful...

The (next) crisis for City College — the November election

By Tim Redmond Now that the lawsuit against the City College accreditors is moving forward, and the college is entering a new accreditation process, and...

Tom’s Town: Campos, Ello — and some great carnitas

By Tom Temprano SEPTEMBER 26, 2014 -- David Campos is, to borrow a favorite basketball phrase of mine, ON FIRE this September. I’m not just...

Politics on Tuesday: The Milk Club, the soda tax — and the myth that the Campos campaign is “broke”

By Tim Redmond AUGUST 26, 2014 – The big fuss of the week, to the surprise of the leaders of the Harvey Milk Club, is...

Nieto family lawsuit contradicts SFPD version of shooting

By Tim Redmond AUGUST 22, 2014 -- The family of Alex Nieto filed suit in federal court today, alleging that the version of the story...