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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.

The brutal budget crisis of 2024—and how the city could address it without huge cuts

San Francisco needs to rethink how it collects taxes—and the state is going to have to get out of the way.

Organized retail theft is not driving chain stores out of San Francisco

Even the retailers admit this. And yet, the media narrative endures.

Who are these nice people who say they want me to get a raise?

Turns out it's a rabid anti-labor group that wants to destroy public-sector unions.

How Breed undermined plan to save affordable housing on Divisadero Street

Building could easily have gone to nonprofit instead of convicted felon who tried to burn down res hotel in Oakland.

New laws seek to end private developer risk, burdening public instead

Why should cities and counties guarantee profits for builders and push the costs of growth onto the local taxpayers?

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

Screen Grabs: Are increasingly longer run-times justified? For ‘The Delinquents,’ yes

Argentine export is more than a heist flick. Plus: Hyperactive but promising 'Persian Version' and harrowing but beautiful 'Natural Light'

Screen Grabs: Chronicle of a dark US chapter in ‘Killers of the Flower Moon’

Scorsese's epic is a big Hollywood project done right. Plus: 'Silver Dollar Road' looks at another alarming injustice

Singing the insanity of the US healthcare system

Big Pharma spends a fortune on ads— but hardly anyone can figure out how much the medications really cost (and fewer can afford them).