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Tagged with: climate change

Friends don’t let friends buy a Tesla

Should we encourage Elon Musk's Twitter behavior by continuing to fund his major source of income and wealth?

Screen Grabs: At American Indian Film Fest, remembering the Alcatraz occupation

Plus: Doc Stories highlights Jerry Brown's disruptions, sweeping Georgian cinema series, Animation Show of Shows

Screen Grabs: A purr-fect time for new docs? You bet your ‘Cat Daddies’

SF Dance Film Fest, the new fate of trailer parks, a lost slave ship found, more films to sink your claws into

Screen Grabs: With ‘To Leslie,’ Andrea Riseborough proves she can do anything

Plus: 'Triangle of Sadness' skewers society, 'Hinterland' is 'Se7en' via Dr. Caligari, 'Kratt' is definitely not for kids.

The state agency enforcing housing rules doesn’t care about affordable housing

The people who build the badly needed projects call on Sacramento to work with them to make the RHNA goals possible. Newsom's administration hasn't even responded.

Mayor Breed suddenly loves transit. Plus: a creeping toxic nightmare in Hunters Point…

Public transit has never been a top priority for Mayor London Breed. She was slow, even resistant, to restoring Muni service after the pandemic....

Modular synthesizers vs. climate disaster: Franck Martin’s electronic activism

Local gear wiz brings together his music community at monthly Resident nights and speaking out with new album 'How Dare You!'

Arts Forecast: End-of-summer Bowie worship, earth justice beat symposium

Plus: Hip-hop in the Kapwa Gardens, an aerial arts version of 'For Colored Girls,' and so much more.

Why CEQA matters

Blaming CEQA for California’s problems is easier than wrestling with the root causes of challenges like housing affordability and access to higher education

Bike safety law has bipartisan support—but will Newsom sign it?

There's widespread agreement that bicyclists should treat stop signs as yield signs. The governor has rejected that proposal in the past.