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Breed’s allegiance to the Yimby movement is hurting her political future

Some of her Big Tech allies have abandoned her—and now the neighborhoods are unhappy too.

The Chron creates a ‘scandal’ that doesn’t exist

The endorsement process of the Bernal Heights Democratic Club suddenly becomes an issue. So does the pretty mainstream positions of a D9 canddate.

Supes agree to endorse rent-control measure after another strange debate

Breed won't side with tenant groups but board votes 8-2 in favor of Costa-Hawkins repeal; 'pro-housing' officials are actually anti-tenant.

In tapestries of Bay Area street life, Dance Doyle weaves a world

Artist channels interviewees'—and their own—experiences with houselessness, addiction onto the loom.

The money trail: How big landlords are trying to undermine the state rent control initiative

It's not enough to seek to defeat the Costa-Hawkins repeal; Big Real Estate wants to stop the measure's sponsor from ever doing this again.

Pending state bill would allow developers to make more big local land-use decisions

Under the radar, a Wicks-Bonta housing bill changes the standards for projects in a way that undermines any professional planning standards.

Four sizzling mixes to slip into your summer

Poolside sipping, UK breaks, grown 's sexy funk—pop on one of these sweet sonic journeys for your mental vacation.

The criminal justice system in SF is badly broken, and the mayor’s budget doesn’t help

Hearings show overcrowded, dangerous jails, overloaded public defenders—and a DA who is doubling down on making things even worse.

Finally, SF is applying for federal money to house 750 low-income people

Supes pressed for a program Mayor's Office was ignoring, until now.

Never mind the capitalism… Here’s ‘The Lehman Trilogy’

Humanizing a rapacious clan of slavery profiteers... in this economy?