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Tagged with: ethics

A ‘Sunday Matinee’ brings hardcore punk and CBGB memories

At the Main Library, photographer Brooke Smith and author Laura Albert share their early '80s scene experience.

Breed School Board appointee is now losing to progressive challenger

Alida Fisher will likely replace Ann Hsu; Mar's hopes are dimming in D4.

None of the district attorney’s supporters care about allegations of a major ethical breach

The law? What law? Rules? What rules? When it's about political power in SF, it doesn't seem to matter.

Honey Mahogany talks about Treasure Island finances and how to make the project work

D6 candidate supports the unpopular toll, but knows more about the complex situation than the incumbent, Matt Dorsey.

Retired judge files state Bar complaint against DA Brooke Jenkins

Martha Goldin asks for inquiry into the DA's paid work for nonprofits that were tightly linked to the Boudin recall campaign.

Breed tries to micromanage and control her commissioners, hearing shows

Her resignation letter demands were inconsistent with the City Charter—but also showed that she wanted to control every aspect of what her appointees did.

Are yimbys the new progressives? Only in a bizarre Wonderland

The supporters of the 'build-at-all-costs' position ignore a half-century of history and the realities of the modern housing market

Documenting Leonard Cohen’s impact through the prism of ‘Hallelujah’

New film traces iconic song through dozens of interpretations, forming a mosaic of the great singer-songwriter's journey.

The White House Correspondents Dinner: A view from the inside

Falling in love with political satire at 13 was no coincidence — it was a sign of the times I was growing up in spite...

There was never anything resembling an ‘independent’ Redistricting Task Force

The evidence is now abundantly clear: The Mayor's Office was running the show, and the final lines were drawn to please Breed and her allies.