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The Boudin recall is entirely based on local media mythology. They should own it.

The "crime wave." The "unsafe city." There's no reality here—but it's creating a dangerous political narrative, with the SF cops the big winners.

Preston seeks to shift local elections to higher-turnout years

Charter amendment could have far-reaching impacts on local politics.

Breed and Dorsey won’t march in a Pride without cops? Byeee.

Don't threaten us queens with good time

Breed wants more cops; the supes want to see some serious reforms at SFPD

Cops are at the top of The Agenda for May 22-May 29

A public bank for San Francisco is moving forward, this week

Historic proposal that could transform municipal and nonprofit financing will present preliminary plans.

Arts Forecast: 10 great things to do this week, from Gran Fury to ‘Much Ado’

Soul man Lee Fields, Blectum from Blechdom returns, a drag Hall & Oates tribute, Lab dance-a-thon, more to get you fired up.

Leaving prison, and entering a very different world—with very little support

'Facing Life' documents the lives of eight former lifers in their process of reentering society, after having spent decades in California prisons.

Letter to the Editor: Supply and demand doesn’t apply to housing — or really anything

Emphasizing supply intentionally ignores what drives demand: tax subsidies for multi-billion-dollar corporations

Initiative would tax Amazon et al. to fund SF guaranteed income program

Early polling shows strong support for the concept.

Supply sophistry: How academics miss the point on the cost of urban housing

There is still no good evidence that upzoning leads to more affordability—in New York or in San Francisco.