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SF could lead the way on public power for California

Lafco hearing sets the stage for a new effort to replace private utilities, in the city and statewide.

Sweeping in the rain

From SoMa to Wood Street Commons, the unhoused suffer as the brutal sweeps continue

What if floods are part of the new normal in San Francisco?

We all worry about drought, but floods are also a result of climate change. And SF is nowhere near ready for that.

Screen Grabs: Unpeeling a Glass Onion, opening the Pale Blue Eye

Two thrillers aim to deliver the whodunnit goods in very different ways. Plus: 4 Star Theater is back and full of favorites

The SF Election isn’t over

More than 100,000 votes are yet to be counted. In close races, this could matter.

The wild and crazy election night, and what it all (maybe) means

The mayor's candidates are winning for supe. Her allies lost on Prop. H and Prop. M.

What to look for as tonight’s election results come in

Swing district, taxes—and the national fear factor

Screen Grabs: At American Indian Film Fest, remembering the Alcatraz occupation

Plus: Doc Stories highlights Jerry Brown's disruptions, sweeping Georgian cinema series, Animation Show of Shows

The state agency enforcing housing rules doesn’t care about affordable housing

The people who build the badly needed projects call on Sacramento to work with them to make the RHNA goals possible. Newsom's administration hasn't even responded.

I didn’t sign Mayor Breed’s condolence book for Queen Elizabeth

The British Empire was brutal and racist, and the wealth of the Crown mostly stolen.