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Tagged with: Dianne Feinstein

Breed ignores community, takes full credit for delay in Safeway closure

Oh, and 40 years ago, Mayor Feinstein vetoed a bill the might have prevented Safeway from just abandoning the Western Addition.

Our top stories of 2023, from Dianne Feinstein to Japanese sandos

Your support helped us produce 1100 stories this year, showing an unmatched breadth of news, arts, and cultural coverage

What all this talk about giving the mayor more power really means

It's all about giving Big Money more ability to control San Francisco. That has always been a disaster.

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

Progressive slate files to run against tech money for control of SF Democratic Party

A March election will have major impacts on the races for mayor and supes in November.

Blue skies, Blue Angels—and not many members of the public—at Feinstein memorial

More cops than mourners as the late mayor and senator is remembered fondly by her friends.

The local record and legacy of Dianne Feinstein

Let's celebrate her accomplishments. But there's another story that needs to be told. I was there.

Elon Musk helps Preston, Breed’s housing bill is back (and still facing opposition)…

... Plus a lawsuit against SFPD contains horrifying allegations of racism and homophobia. That's The Agenda for Oct. 1 to 8

The city could buy a vacant building for half the price of building new affordable housing

A foreclosed Tennessee St. project is on the market as a bargain price. It's just one of many opportunities the city could take advantage of.

Mayor’s budget: The real scrutiny starts

Gut the Ethics Commission. Defy the Housing Element. Undermine collaborative code enforcement. The supes are not happy.