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A poverty scholars national tour finds people locked up in St. Petersburg.
I am employed. I am clean. I have been living in a shelter for three years. I can't even go home when I'm sick or tired. Will someone give me a chance?
Michael A. Curry plays a Black freshman under pressure at Princeton in Anna Ziegler's play about a fraught encounter.
The playwright's latest, at San Francisco Playhouse, joyfully takes on mindfulness and commercialism.
When did taking people's possessions, destroying their shelter, and leaving them to suffer in the rain become the new normal?
Mapplethorpe, Styx, Giant Little Ones, tributes to Delphine Seyrig and Hirokazu Kore-eda, and more in cinemas this week.
The 'grand bargain' for Bay Area housing is a sham -- the developers get what they want, vulnerable communities get nothing. And homelessness continues to increase.
It's about democracy and open process -- and the real debate over market-rate housing development.
Singer Anthony Mordechai Tzvi Russell reactivates a bedrock of American music: Black people and Jews jamming together.
Northern Alameda chapter backs San Leandro project in a sign that the pro-growth forces are trying to take over the environmental group.