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Tagged with: Fires

SF cop fires gun out the window in Santa Rosa. Cops fail on internal affairs reviews

Sometimes, you just have to present these things without comment. The Police Commission will discuss Wednesday/21 the latest Firearms Discharge Review Board report, which...

The hidden political history of SF’s 1906 earthquake and fire—and what it means today

Social class, race, and labor played a huge role in what happened—and how the city recovered.

Elizabeth Barlow paints ‘the fierce life force in even the tiniest flower’

Potent symbols—and beauty with a capital B—in the artist's vivid 'Flora Portraits.'

Trans star Dylan Mulvaney alights on ‘Holiday Gaiety’ with SF Symphony

The performer, activist, and prolific TikToker is eager to hit the stage for the annual explosion of LGBTQ festivity.

Screen Grabs: Ho ho ho, it’s family (dys)functions and horrors for the holidays

Gay divorce in 'Our Son,' generational poaching in 'Family Game,' kid vs Claus in 'Dial Code Santa,' more fa-la-film

Arrogant developer infuriates Mission activists

A community meeting erupts in anger when the person calling the shots on a big luxury project doesn't bother to show up.

Who should pay for more cops? Plus: high-speed police chases ….

... and alternatives for the future of downtown. That's The Agenda for Nov. 5-12

Arts Forecast: A refuge for refugee art in the Mission

Refugee Eye opens eyes. Plus: Shipwreck Week, Kafana Balkan, Hard French, Recombinant Fest, CounterPulse Fest, more to do!

Litquake turns the page with a new leader, who tells us what to catch

Executive Director Norah Piehl on what it's like joining the sprawling literary extravaganza, and who's top of her reading list

Public power for all of Northern California? After fires, the framework is in place

Report to LAFCO cites a little-known state agency that has the authority to seize PG&E's assets and let every community decide its energy future.