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Press terror: Mexico reels from journalist murders

The killing of photojournalist Rubén Espinosa and this week's massacre in Veracruz bring attention to Mexico's failure to protect the press. By Caitlin Donohue AUGUST 14,...

Bear witness: Voices of Ciudad Juárez come to Z Space

Director Rubén Polendo interviewed over 200 Juarenses to tell a dynamic, staged story of their memory and survival, Thu/23-Sat/25. By Caitlin Donohue. ONSTAGE You might know...

Scenes from Pride Weekend, Day One

A vocal (and huge) trans march, a huge marriage rally ... and it stayed warm pretty late By Tim Redmond JUNE 26, 2015 – The weather...

The false promise of regional governance

Unless the elites change their ways, centralized planning is never going to work MAY 13 -- There’s a push on by Bay Area elites to...

The Agenda, April 6-12: Is growth always good? Has California reached its limit?

And what about a severance tax on bottled water? We discuss issues for the week ahead By Tim Redmond APRIL 6, 2015 – The New York...

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...

The Agenda, March 23-29: State budget gaps, the end of school buses — and are the SF cops shooting...

In which we outline some of the pressing issues of the week to come By Tim Redmond MARCH 23, 2015 – I found an interesting item...

The Agenda, March 7-12: Newsom’s failures, inside and outside politics, PG&E and Ed Lee’s lobbyist donors

The week ahead also includes an important discussion over whether "live-work" lofts can be converted to normal dwellings without paying affordable housing fees By Tim...

There was never an “anti-tech” movement in SF

The protests aren't about technology -- they're about displacement, economic inequality, and bad corporate behavior. And they are part of a long political legacy By...

Behind the spin on the D3 appointment

By Tim Redmond JANUARY 8, 2014 – The mayor’s appointment of Julie Christensen for D3 supervisor has angered a lot of his one-time allies, but...