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After nearly 50 years, a Mission tradition keeps the neighborhood spirit alive

No matter how else the city is hollowed out of its creativity, once a year there’s always Carnaval.

If SF wants to revitalize downtown, why not buy up these dirt-cheap buildings?

An entire 14-story highrise for $6.5 million? That could be 150 artist studios. And there's so much more to come.

In mayoral race preview, supes reject Breed veto of Peskin zoning bill

Mayor's move was all politics, not policy, most board members agree.

Why the Wiener housing bills will never work—and could destroy the coast. A detailed primer

An economist explains the reality of the housing market, economic inequality, developer profits, and threats to the environment.

Prop. C won’t produce much housing—but could cost the city a lot of money

It's probably worthless, city economist says—but if it works, it will cost millions.

The city has a new business tax plan—which doesn’t address economic inequality

We can tinker with 'revenue-neutral' changes, but SF is facing a massive fiscal crisis, and the big corporations and billionaires are still not paying their fair share.

The year in housing policy: State forced SF into a no-win situation (and Breed went along)

The supes did what they had to do, although a lot of them didn't like it—but it's not going to matter anyway.

Planning Commission agrees to end public input on many housing developments

Narrow 4-3 votes ends the ability of community activists to call out unscrupulous landlords and speculators.

The housing crisis Scott Wiener created

Demolitions. Displacement. And zero new affordable housing. That's the bill the state senator got passed, and the supes have to deal with it this week.

Cops use force on Black people 21 times as often as on white people

Police Commission to discuss the issue. Plus: Corporate rentals and the mayor's power over Muni fares. That's The Agenda for Oct. 29-Nov. 5