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City College makes a move to save Cantonese classes

By classifying program as transferable to UC, school can get additional state money.

At 100, plant paradise Delano Nursery is still turning over new leaves

The wholesale nursery is spreading its limbs, from the Mission to Pescadero—while investing in its diverse employees.

Walton calls for SFMTA to restore a key bus line in Vis Valley

Route that takes Southeast residents to Soma and Chinatown was cut in the pandemic, and the community wants it back.

City College hires new chancellor

David Martin, CCSF vet, will take helm—and now some very difficult work begins, starting with changing the state funding rules.

Sorting out the upcoming election madness

Plus: Private electric-car charging in neighborhood curbsides? And a key vote on housing in the Tenderloin. That's The Agenda for Sept. 27-Oct. 4

A new dark-money group with GOP support seeks to raise crime fears

A misleading mailer attacking the record of DA Chesa Boudin hits the streets—but who paid for it?

Local artists remix Diego Rivera’s ‘Pan American Unity’ mural at SFMOMA

In Mini Mural Festival, three diverse arts orgs bring cultural visions, music, and more to celebrate epic work

Racial justice in post-COVID San Francisco

Join us online Wed/18 at 6pm for a discussion of how we can make things better at this challenging time.

A move to save Cantonese language classes at City College

Most college Chinese language programs focus on Mandarin -- but in SF, Cantonese literacy is critical.

New interim chancellor faces immediate challenges at City College

Some union members wary as longtime administrator seeks to address crucial contract and enrollment issues this summer.