Saturday, April 17, 2021

Tag: Examiner

Violence and intimidation at the DCCC? I didn’t see it, and I was there

The Chron's story, by a reporter who wasn't there, presents a very misleading picture of how people expressed their feelings on the Mission Moratorium By Tim Redmond May 29, 2015 --...

The Agenda, May 18-24: The Airbnb showdown begins

Plus: The future of the Ethics Commission, City College contract talks ... and why I ran the Bay to Breakers By Tim Redmond MAY 18, 2015 – The next chapter in...

The Agenda, May 4-10: Housing protests, housing policies, and housing politics

When is it "political games" and when is it political reality? And it's fun to see the mayor praising Chris Daly, who did exactly the opposite of what the...

The 48 Hills First Anniversary Gala is this Thursday. Join us!

April 23rd fundraiser brings music, comedy, drinks, and fun to the Verdi Club. Join 48 Hills founders Tim Redmond and Marke B and the whole crew, celebrity guest hosts, and...

Peskin announces run as former mayoral ally slams Ed Lee and his D3 appointee

Rose Pak, endorsing Aaron Peskin, calls the mayor "isolated" and says all he cares about is tech money as D3 campaign moves into full gear By Tim Redmond MARCH 30, 2015 –...

Join us for the 48 Hills First Anniversary Gala!

April 23rd fundraiser brings music, comedy, drinks, and fun to the Verdi Club. Join 48 Hills founders Tim Redmond and Marke B and the whole crew, celebrity guest hosts, and...

The Agenda, March 30-April 5: The mayor’s eviction bungle, Newsom dredges further into the muck, and more

By Tim Redmond MARCH 30, 2015 – One day after tenant organizers worked hard to bring attention to an eviction attempt in Chinatown that demonstrated some of the serious problems...

Is the SF Weekly dying?

San Francisco Media Company paper bleeds employees and feeds accusations of chauvinism. By Marke B.  MARCH 27, 2015 -- The San Francisco Media Company is bleeding employees. 48 Hills  has received...

Tom’s Town: Why we need late-night transit

By Tom Temprano FEBRUARY 27, 2015 -- I took a trip to New York for Valentines Day and much of my time there was spent hiding from record-low temperatures below...

SF cops arresting lawyers is, sadly, nothing new

30 years ago, the ACLU sued and won a consent decree to prevent exactly what happened to a public defender in January   By Tim Redmond FEBRUARY 4, 2015 -- There’s an...