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Saturday, February 24, 2024

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Tagged with: Crime

Three of Breed’s police commissioners suddenly reverse on racist pretext stops

Bizarre excuses as commission votes 4-3 to limit traffic stops that have no public safety value

Screen Grabs: High-tail it to ‘Hundreds of Beavers’

Hilarious and chewy. Plus: Jewish Film Institute Winterfest animates Ann Frank, James Baldwin scathes US

Screen Grabs: Two strong films make global immigration personal

'Io Capitano' and 'The Legionnaire' spur empathy. Plus: Gay rarity 'Drifter,' potent noir 'The Road to Shame,' more

Now the Big Tech money is getting ridiculous

Billionaires put up $730,000 for a ballot measure that will have no impact on anyone's life—and not a penny for an affordable housing measure that would benefit everyone.

Campaign notebook: The dizzying web of big-money influence

Plus: Remarkable hype, Lurie's money, and why Breed's allies want to control the Democratic Party.

Screen Grabs: 50 years later, ‘Zardoz’ still fascinates (Sean Connery’s outfit included)

... and 'Blazing Saddles' still, well, farts. Plus: Unusually touching 'The End We Start From' and thriller 'Restore Point'

The future of environmental review, from Sacramento Street to Ocean Beach

Plus: How can the Chron call for reform—then endorse candidates who oppose it? That's The Agenda for Feb. 4 to 11

Screen Grabs: Dance, music, sex, romance (and a little postwar German art)

Queen rock Montreal, Noir City crosses borders, Masc defies trad gender roles, 'Anselm' limns a heroic spirit, more

The next billionaire target: SF judges

More than $150,000 in Big Tech and real estate money pours into right-wing effort to oust incumbent judge

The 54-year battle for People’s Park continues

The cops are back. Barricades are up. The unhoused are evicted. Cars are towed. UC doesn't care.