Wednesday, March 3, 2021

Tag: Julie Christensen

Lights, camera, Mill Valley

SCREEN GRABS In the Bay Area we’re fortunate to have arthouses, film festivals and other outlets providing year-round access to movies not typically on the multiplex menu—foreign-language and independent...

The Agenda: Rose Pak, the devastation of the Eastern Neighborhoods ….

Gordon Chin, a founder and former director of the Chinatown Community Development Center, notes in his book Building Community, Chinatown Style, that for Rose Pak, “all politics are personal.” “Politics...

A love letter from London Breed

Sup. London Breed wasn’t happy with the stories we did this week, and she sent us a rather harsh response: So, when I vote one way, the way you disagree...

The Agenda, Sept. 12-18: A plea for political honesty

(THIS STORY INCLUDES AN UPDATE TO CORRECT AN EARLIER ERROR) The hits just keep on coming, and they are going to continue into the fall. Attack ads and attack websites...

A new Democratic Party majority in SF shifts left

The San Francisco Democratic Party showed a dramatic political shift last night as the progressives won most of the key endorsements – but not without a fair amount of...

The lessons of last fall’s Airbnb campaign

Last month, at its annual meeting in Puerto Rico, the American Association of Political Consultants gave the $10M Airbnb-financed No on F campaign its award for “Ballot Measure Campaign...

Who will oppose the new Airbnb measure?

Sups. David Campos and Aaron Peskin have teamed up to take on Airbnb with a simple, clear piece of legislation that could have an immediate and lasting impact on...

Peskin sends a message to Lee and Conway: Don’t you dare

The message over in Chinatown tonight was pretty clear: If Ron Conway and Mayor Lee think they can run a candidate against Aaron Peskin this fall, they are out...

The Agenda, Dec. 7-13: The jail drama, tamales and global capital …

... and the supes hear how the Super Bowl party will screw up your life By Tim Redmond DECEMBER 9, 2015 – All the drama over whether Aaron Peskin will get...

How the 2016 races shape up

Control of the city, and its future, on the line in a year of high-octane, high-stakes politics   By Tim Redmond DECEMBER 4, 2015 – The next 11 months are going to...