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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...

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...

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...

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...

SF Weekly editor fired as paper reportedly shifts more to entertainment

By Tim Redmond JANUARY 14 -- The longtime editor of SF Weekly was just fired in a move that suggests the Canadian owners want more...

Kaboom! The plan to blow up Candlestick — and the health impacts on the neighborhood

By Tim Redmond JANUARY 7, 2015 – Stand outside of Shirley Moore’s front door and you can see Candlestick Park – easily. The empty stadium...

Beyond the happy talk at Flower Mart press conference, big issues remain

By Zelda Bronstein DECEMBER 19, 2014 -- In the face of continuing opposition, Kilroy Realty Corporation has completed its takeover of the San Francisco Flower...

Politics on Tuesday: The new (sorta) Board of Supervisors — and what the vote-by-mail results mean

By Tim Redmond NOVEMBER 11, 2014 – The Next Big Thing in San Francisco politics will be the reshaping of the Board of Supervisors, which...

The strangest BART Board race ever

  By Tim Redmond NOVEMBER 3, 2014 – The Bay Area Rapid Transit District Board of Directors is not one of the more distinguished public agencies...

Can we save newspaper archives — and history?

By Tim Redmond OCTOBER 16, 2014 – The owners of the Bay Guardian, who shut the paper down Monday, have at least gotten one message:...