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At ‘Noonan Unlocked,’ Pier 70 artists will display their resilient community

Storied studio building throws open its doors before redevelopment transforms the tight-knit creative clan

Restoring the ecosystem of City College

The next chancellor needs to prioritize all types of classes for all types of students.

Cops and judges can’t get away with violating reporters’ First Amendment rights

The latest attack on press freedom by the SF cops shows the need for vigilance—and accountability.

SFMTA’s Frida Kahlo Way redesign will hurt City College and its students

It makes no sense—and was designed without adequate input from the students whose lives it will disrupt.

Why is a monumental Rivera mural slipping into darkness again?

While SFMOMA and CCSF sue each other, a precious artwork may disappear for years in a crisis that was totally foreseeable.

Oral history as inspiration and antidote: Lynn Lewis on ‘Women Who Change the World’

The organizer-author's new work offers deep personal stories of lives dedicated to the social justice movement.

Screen Grabs: American Indian Film Fest 48 brings superheroes and reckonings

The longest-running showcase of its kind kicks off with 'Bones of Crows,' about the devastation wrought by state residential schools

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Let’s talk, for real, about taxes

Almost everything wrong with the US economy is the result of tax cuts for the wealthy. SF shouldn't make the same mistake.

New City College Board rescinds layoffs, sets plan for rebuilding the school

Turns out the union's budget numbers were more accurate than the administration's.