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UCSF’s new hospital: A pretty building, but in the wrong place

The school's plans will make one part of the city more unlivable and the other part less healthy and wealthy.

How Chronicle Books has survived the pandemic’s wild ride

Expanding its offerings and diversifying its staff helps the SF publisher navigate bookselling's ups and downs.

Good Taste: ‘Kings of Napa’ and Tiburon’s new queen

Bay Area food news includes Oprah’s local vino royalty and Marin’s long-awaited restaurant debut.

Chef Diep Tran treats Chron food critic Soleil Ho to chả trứng chiên, live 

At Asian Art Museum, the two queer Vietnamese Americans will dish about food's cultural legacy and workers' rights.

In dramatic move, supes block huge luxury housing project in Soma

Debate shows city planners' utter failure to understand the role of market-rate housing in gentrification and displacement.

An SF courtroom veteran says the Chron is missing the point (and the facts) on Boudin

Another Sunday, another rotten Heather Knight column—and a response by a public defender who knows how the system actually works.

When Hunter Thompson worked for his arch-enemy, the Hearst Corporation

The legendary Gonzo journalist hated the big corporate empire—but spent years working for it. That's a key part of local media history.

Luxury housing will destroy the last low-income community in Soma

Oh, and on a site with very shaky ground, the building could be the next Leaning Tower.

Giants workers get record contract

Threat of playoff strike leads to a big win—but COVID is still a serious threat to the people who staff ballpark concessions.

Robots in the crash pad: The twisted takeover of the Red Victorian Hotel

How Haight Ashbury countercultural ideals were distorted by a tech "co-living" experiment, and a trans performance community was displaced.