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Tagged with: gentrification

Declaring the end of progressive San Francisco is a bit premature

Only 20 percent of the votes have been counted. And we have heard this story before.

Eviction breeds guerrillas as the people fight back in ‘Dirty White Teslas Make Me Sad’

Ashley Smiley's world premiere at Magic Theatre presses hot button issues through the lives of Black San Franciscans.

Playwright Ashley Smiley takes on neighborhood diplacement and Tesla-stamped MDMA

Her 'Dirty White Teslas Make Me Sad' at Magic Theatre is a personal take on gentrification and the city's loss.

Opinion: The local Sierra Club is no longer an environmental leader

A takeover by conservatives has undermined the progressive authority of the group's local endorsements

Is this the end of CEQA as a tool to challenge housing projects that damage communities?

A dramatic change in the use of a longtime neighborhood and community planning process is about to happen; can the supes do anything about it?

Don’t mind the AI, ‘Mere Mortals’ is a human triumph

SF Ballet's techno take on the Pandora's box of Artificial Intelligence feels like something completely new

Ode to Uptown: RIP, feisty bar for punks and lefties

The legendary almost-40-year-old bar went out with tipsy adieus, sidewalk fiddlers, and a reminder of ongoing Mission gentrification.

Jasmine Milan: Best of the Bay 2023 Editors’ Pick

Standout Oakland actress shines light on stories of Black and queer liberation—and even crafts dreamy costuming.

At Trans Film Fest, echoes of nightlife we almost lost to COVID

'Last Call' documents the magic of three beloved queer bars—El Rio, Aunt Charlie's, and the Stud—that might have disappeared

What all this talk about giving the mayor more power really means

It's all about giving Big Money more ability to control San Francisco. That has always been a disaster.