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Indie booksellers in trouble? BincTank to the rescue

A program that grew out of Borders now helps BIPOC-owned bookstores stay open and thrive through its grants.

The city has a new business tax plan—which doesn’t address economic inequality

We can tinker with 'revenue-neutral' changes, but SF is facing a massive fiscal crisis, and the big corporations and billionaires are still not paying their fair share.

Under the Stars: Farewell to Mission dive Uptown (and its adventurous jukebox)

Plus: Never too early for Mill Valley Music Fest tix, Folktronica takes Sweets Ballroom, foamboy drops Kaytranada-inspired beat, more.

The brutal budget crisis of 2024—and how the city could address it without huge cuts

San Francisco needs to rethink how it collects taxes—and the state is going to have to get out of the way.

Does SF need 24/7 robot taxis (that don’t pay any fee to be taxis)?

Plus: A move to limit ballot information, and a cut to affordable housing requirements for developers. That's The Agenda for July 9-16

How to keep the Lunar New Year hoppin’

Fill the first few weeks of the moon’s calendar with parading, pop-up art, Peking duck and prosperity salad.

The June election was bad news for Mayor London Breed

That's just one of the many key messages that the news media have missed.

What if we let artists and homeless people take over all the empty SF office space?

The old work model is over, and downtown and the local economy is going to suffer—unless we get creative about the future.

Under the Stars: Mill Valley Music Fest announced, excellent Xyla returns…

Horsegirl reps the DIY rock underground, Curtis Harding soars on latest release, Amber Lewis gets crafty. New music!

Labor organizing is a part of SF life

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