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Muni director talks about cutting lines and changing focus

Post-COVID plans could alter the city's transportation policy in some profound ways.

Breed says that some Muni lines might not be restored in post-COVID city

Muni needs to change—but the mayor indicated that cuts and 'efficiency' are the main goal.

Two-thirds of needy SF tenants could get zero state or local rent relief

Supes hearing shows huge gap between the promises and the reality -- but the money is there if the mayor is willing to spend it.

Biden, despite promises, has still issued no COVID standards for workplaces

The pandemic is not over -- but workers still have no federal protections.

California could vastly expand affordable broadband — if the Legislature acts now

Gov. Newsom has asked for money for expanding accessible Internet service all over the state. The Legislature is stalling.

Stern Grove’s just-released lineup shines (but you’ll have to be on the ball)

A San Francisco tradition, a brilliant spectrum of artists—and it's still all free, though you'll need a reservation.

The COVID pandemic is far from over in California workplaces

Foster Farms case is just one example of how workers are still getting sick -- and in some cases, dying.

Screen Grabs: An unlikely hero stands up to massive redevelopment in ‘Dead Pigs’

Plus: Thrilling sequel 'A Quiet Place 2,' a lost Black intellectual classic from 1982, and a trans romance gem.

Ruach Graffis, legendary SF cab driver and organizer, is dead at 74

Labor activist ends her life with dignity, surrounded by friends.

SF supes want an end to tear gas and rubber bullets at peaceful demos

Plus: What are we going to do about all of those parklets as the city opens up again? That's The Agenda for May 24-31