Wednesday, May 5, 2021

Tag: Kids

Could there be a Grand Bargain solution to the housing crisis?

By Tim Redmond DECEMBER 1, 2014 -- You talk about housing in this city, you get lots of response. And when you suggest something as crazy as the notion that...

Will a high-end shopping mall benefit Bayview Hunters Point?

By Tim Redmond NOVEMBER 18, 2014 -- The next stage of the redevelopment of  Hunters Point Bayview was on display  today in a sunny, almost wind-free Candlestick parking lot –...

About that turf in Golden Gate Park ….

By Tim Redmond NOVEMBER 7, 2014 – We could fight forever over the safety of the new fields they’re putting in at Golden Gate Park. I am not a scientist,...

It’s Election Day. Vote. Here’s who’s endorsing whom

By Tim Redmond NOVEMBER 4, 2014 – Please, go and vote. If you haven’t already cast your ballot, take a few minutes, find your local precinct, and fill out the ballot....

Homesick for the place where you already are

By Amanda Witherell OCTOBER 22, 2014  -- The day the San Francisco Bay Guardian died, I was commuting to my corporate marketing job, stuck in construction traffic between the touristy...

Investigation: New condos aren’t owned by San Francisco residents

When condos in a triplet of luxury towers near the Embarcadero called The Brannan began selling in 2000, wealthy buyers snapped them up. Nine years later, developers of the...

Tax-break tech hiring a bust in the Tenderloin

By Tom Carter, Mark Hedin and Geoff Link SEPT 15, 2014 – When the Twitter tax break was signed, San Francisco Mayor Ed Lee’s office had high hopes that the...

Politics on Tuesday: Forget school assignment; the real issue in the Board of Ed race is a looming teacher...

By Tim Redmond SEPTEMBER 2, 2014 -- The San Francisco School Board race is something of a sleeper this year; not much in the way of new stories, not much...

Media misses: Taxes, the economy, and Harvey Milk

By Tim Redmond AUGUST 18, 2014 -- Yes, I listen to NPR. KPFA, of course, but also NPR. That makes me an Old Liberal Leftist, I suppose, but there are...

Big Soda uses Kim, Breed to fight sugary drink tax

By Tim Redmond The soda industry is already launching an attack on the November tax on sugary beverages, using the unusual comments several supervisors made during debate on the issue...