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Tagged with: displacement

Three candidates running to the right, one trying to be visible—and Aaron Peskin

That was the lineup for the first major mayoral debate, which made clear where the political lines are going to be drawn.

Months after federal officials demand action, not much has changed for tenants at Plaza East

Residents still fighting for urgent repairs to the public housing complex.

New upzoning and ‘objective design’ rules could lead to small business displacement

Plus: another $500,000 payout for bad law-enforcement practices; when will it end? That's The Agenda for June 2-9

Milk Club debate shows how the candidates for mayor are framing the issues

Three moving to the right, one looking for a lane, and one taking a strong progressive stance.

Developers, not CEQA, are keeping a SoMa housing site as a parking lot

The city needs to buy 469 Stevenson for affordable housing.

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.

‘Fairy godmother of trans country artists’ Shawna Virago rounds up vivid new tales

On 'Blood in her Dreams,' the local punky-tonk legend tells the stories of outsiders in today's beige-tinted SF.

A peaceful protest at Berkeley; what will the administration do?

Imagine if they just accepted the student demands.

Supes rent-relief program saved 20,000 people from eviction during the pandemic

New city report shows how taxing the rich to help low-income renters is highly effective.

Unbearable tension of ghosts past and present in ‘Returning to Haifa’

Palestinians come back home in the shadow of the Six-Day War, in Golden Thread's latest on Potrero Stage.