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Day III of Hunger Strike: ‘We Are Hungry for Justice’

This post is part of our special coverage of #hungerforjusticesf. Six San Francisco residents are on hunger strike outside Mission Police Station, demanding that Mayor Ed Lee fire San...

Hunger Strike, Day II: ‘This is not a publicity stunt by any means of the imagination’

This post is part of our special coverage on the #hungerforjusticesf. Six San Francisco residents are on hunger strike outside Mission Police Station, demanding that Mayor Ed Lee fire...

SF’s campaign money: Loopholes, scams, and real-estate cash

The candidates for local office filed their first major campaign-finance statements last week, and some of them are eye-openers. In fact, a careful review of the records on file...

Poll shows trouble for Ed Lee — and the DCCC leadership

The poll commissioned by Jon Golinger, a candidate for the Democratic County Central Committee, sheds some real light on how members of the majority party in this city think...

Hillary Ronen kicks off D9 supe campaign

By Tim Redmond UPDATED (see below) JANUARY 14, 2016 – Hillary Ronen, who has worked as chief of staff to Sup. David Campos the past six years, formally announced today that...

‘Lowrider Lawyers’ put the city on trial

SCREEN GRABS A cherry lipstick red 1974 Chevrolet glided down 24th street in La Mision, as it’s called by La Raza and so many other working class communities throughout the...

Tom’s Town: Who is running for supervisor?

By Tom Temprano JANUARY 16, 2015 -- San Francisco’s politicos and journalists are very clearly abuzz with speculation and rumors about the 2015 supervisorial race between recent D3 mayoral appointee...

Soccer, Airbnb, and the colonization of the Mission

By Erin McElroy OCTOBER 13 -- By now the video of the young white “Dropbox Dudes” kicking the youth of color out of the Mission Playground has traveled the world...

Fighting evictions – at all levels

By Tim Redmond Jeremy Mykaels is still in his home. And that's very good news. The longtime Castro resident who is living with AIDS – and has been fighting an Ellis...