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Peskin, Chan want to know if SF can sue the state over impossible housing rules

Letter to city attorney seeks advice on how to deal with mandates from Sacramento that almost everyone agrees SF can never meet.

Seeking out ‘Mission Rebel No. 1’—and a father’s story

Rev Jesse James founded the historic Mission Rebels in the 1960s. David James relates his life through music onstage

Tenants, community rally against Breed’s developer-friendly housing bill

Evictions, demolition, displacement—and no affordable housing. That's The Agenda for Sept. 17-24

How the Chron creates misleading, inaccurate narratives that lead to bad public policy

The poor scooter company that had to leave town turns out to be a bad civic actor—and a lot of folks are glad it's gone.

Examiner faces criticism over image of Preston in a bulls-eye target

Paper apologizes but the violent image is still on the web—at a time when political violence is a very serious problem.

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.

The news media ignore affordable housing. Plus: Taking on the Hunters Point toxics …

... where' the rent-relief money going, and why does SF need another massive office and housing complex downtown? That's The Agenda for Oct. 2-9

Screen Grabs: How ‘Fiddler’ leapt from roof to big screen

Plus: A brand new 'Firestarter,' eye-opening 'Castro's Spies,' a special appearance 'Sleepaway Camp,' more movies

Boudin recall ad features paid staffers and a scandal-plagued former DA

Why don't the local media, so happy to attack the DA, fact-check an ad that is blatantly false and kind of ridiculous?

When Hunter Thompson worked for his arch-enemy, the Hearst Corporation

The legendary Gonzo journalist hated the big corporate empire—but spent years working for it. That's a key part of local media history.