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Friday, December 9, 2022

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Screen Grabs: The government is no one’s friend in ‘Costa Brava, Lebanon’

Plus: Heavyweight revival action this weekend, from Poland's The Three Colors Trilogy to—yes—Flash Gordon.

With ‘Ticket to Ride,’ Optimist Williams channeled MUNI memories and Frisco legends

The graffiti artist used transfers as a metaphor for a city gone sideways: "Ed Lee was like the pinnacle of destruction here."

In a time for Black voices, the terrific ‘High Fidelity’ gets canceled. Why?

Welp, I was wrong. HULU may actually be an acronym for stupid. As we move with GREAT hesitation these days—government mishandled pandemics and all—the need...

Which side of the ‘house divided’ are you on?

This morning I made the dire mistake of reading twitter comments on a San Francisco Chronicle report of protesters at SF Mayor London Breed's...

The Doormat Division: Down go the Titanics …

Every once in a great while, a team steps forward...I think it's two or three steps, and then you swing your leg...right?...and puts themselves...

No justice, no deal: Time for a better contract with the police union

Two years after the city formally committed itself to police reform, we have almost bupkis to show for it. The reason? The San Francisco...

The bizarre case of Josh Arce’s gumshoes

If the San Francisco election wasn’t strange enough already, it just took a dive off the political deep end. Check this out: In District 9,...

The SF police union is embarrassing itself and losing its clout

Slowly, but with increasing momentum, the San Francisco Police Officers Association is losing its political clout. At one point, not that long ago, the POA...

Tom’s Town: Back at the BART Board

By Tom Temprano Even though workers and management at BART have settled on a new contract, it appears that Rail Rage will continue here in...