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The big billionaire-backed mayoral debate is becoming the Losers Show

Breed won't go. Peskin won't go. Lurie might not go. Here's what that means for the mayor's race.

Poetic efficiencies, subtle subversions streak through ‘vītatio’

Thoughtful group show at Altman Siegel coalesces into third space beyond gender binaries and colonial violence.

Tough budget times in a city full of rich people who don’t pay even remotely fair taxes ….

... plus AI and local elections, the crisis in the jails, and can the zoo really handle pandas? That's The Agenda for May 12-19

‘The People’s Palace’ injects missing diversity into City Hall’s storied architecture

Choreographer Joanna Haigood of Zaccho Dance aims 'to provide a more accurate picture of vibrant San Francisco.'

Restoring the ecosystem of City College

The next chancellor needs to prioritize all types of classes for all types of students.

New conservative DCCC members will face vote on critical labor issues

Will the 'moderate' majority elected with tech money support bills that regulate AI, robotaxis, and robotrucks?

Big Treasure Island developers seek $115 million city bailout

Deal would tie up all of SF's borrowing authority for three years—and could cost the taxpayers millions.

A profound web of hybrid histories in MoAD’s ‘Unruly Navigations’

Curator Key Jo Lee looks beyond the US perspective, taking an exciting global perspective on Black culture.

SFUSD starts fraught project of considering school closures

Superintendent announces draft criteria for which schools will shut or be consolidated as the number of students keeps dropping.