Saturday, September 26, 2020

Tag: C.W. Nevius

The Chron’s C.W. Nevius again gets the housing market all wrong

The Chron’s C.W. Nevius announced last week for all the honest world to see that the law of supply and demand is alive and well in San Francisco and...

Homelessness: the media’s big problem

  These are some of the headlines we saw in the San Francisco Chronicle this past year: “San Francisco’s summer of urine and drug-addicted homeless.” “Amid rising disgust, SF scrambles to flush...

The Agenda, June 20-27: The budget battle begins

It’s all about the budget this week. For months, the supes Budget and Finance Committee has been holding hearings and going over department needs and the mayor’s proposals, and on...

The Agenda, April 25-May 1: Lots of housing data …

It’s going to be a week full of housing data, which is a good thing since so much of the information the national news media is putting out on...

Nimbys, SFBARF, and a clueless writer at the NY Times

The easy thing to do is just try to ignore the likes of SFBARF and hope they will go away. But they don’t, and in fact, a technology reporter...

The Agenda, April 10-17: Superdelegates, nationally and locally

Just as the Bernie Sanders campaign is stepping up its criticism of the role party officials play in the nomination process, a proposal to create 12 new superdelegates for...

Why C.W. Nevius is wrong about the Google buses

I keep having to correct Chuck Nevius, and this time, he’s going on about the glories of the Google buses, quoting Sup. Scott Wiener, who loves the private the...

“This city crushed my dreams”

The sidewalk near Division and Bryant streets has quickly turned into a tent city for homeless people in San Francisco. It’s a shabby street under a bridge, unusually cold...

Election night: Turnout, predictions ….

... and why wouldn't Ed Lee pose with Broke-Ass Stuart today? By Tim Redmond NOVEMBER 3, 2015 – I was hoping some of the homeless people who inhabit mid-Market would show...

Why the Chron is SO wrong about an eviction

Duboce Triangle artist isn't at fault here, no matter what C.W. Nevus says -- and tenants actually have a right to stay in their homes By Tim Redmond OCTOBER 26, 2015...