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Arrogant developer infuriates Mission activists

A community meeting erupts in anger when the person calling the shots on a big luxury project doesn't bother to show up.

State Supreme Court rules in favor of district elections for local government

Ruling could be a blow to billionaire efforts to take control of San Francisco.

Lies, damn lies, and the new ‘report’ on San Francisco government

Ignore the realities of SF politics. Ignore a wide-ranging corruption scandal. Just go after district elections. That's what the Rose Institute, funded by Michael Moritz, is doing.

Why is the city paying to evict tenants from supportive housing?

Plus: Some tough questions (and a missing interest group) in the robotaxi regulation discussion. That's The Agenda for July 31 to August 7.

Letters: Criminalizing SF youth, selling out cab drivers ….

... and the sad end to Anchor Steam. Our readers respond.

Minor item becomes referendum on Mayor Breed’s failed housing policies

Plus: Why you can't always trust developers, and monitoring SF cops for racist messages .... That's The Agenda for May 1-7 2023

Finally, Walton will get to ask Breed about reparations

Plus: Next steps for the Castro Theater, the farce of 479 Stevenson, and how the city in once again screwing over cab drivers. That's The Agenda for April 17-24

Screen Grabs: At SFFILM Fest, local looks from Steph Curry to Boots Riley

Our picks from the 66th edition, which kicks off in Oakland and presents plenty of global visions (plus Rose Pak).

The tragic toxic legacy of the Hunters Point Naval Shipyard

Aided by a USC fellowship, reporter Tom Molanphy and 48hills dug into the overwhelming history of data concerning the Hunters Point Naval Shipyard, which...

The price of corruption: Families face eviction from illegal units in Portola

Developer cheated. City officials allowed it. Now the tenants have to pay.