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If SF wants to revitalize downtown, why not buy up these dirt-cheap buildings?

An entire 14-story highrise for $6.5 million? That could be 150 artist studios. And there's so much more to come.

Declaring the end of progressive San Francisco is a bit premature

Only 20 percent of the votes have been counted. And we have heard this story before.

Election results: Right-wing winning DCCC—but affordable housing and judges ahead

It tonight's results show anything, it's that progressive candidates have a harder time winning in San Francisco when there's nothing at the top of...

Arts Forecast: Two-Spirit Powwow, Antiquarian Book Fair, Mink Stole, fabulous arepas

Plus: Lovers Lane, Audium Voices, Music for 12 Pianos, Fresh Fest, Qaotiq, more wondrous things to do

Budding again at 30, classic ‘Golden Gate Gardening’ takes on new climate challenges

Updated edition of vegetation sage Pam Peirce's manual adapts to a changing Bay Area with essential tips

Reconnect with the Bay: Our readers’ favorite things to do now we’re back

Here's what you told us you couldn't wait to do in the wake of reopening.

California could vastly expand affordable broadband — if the Legislature acts now

Gov. Newsom has asked for money for expanding accessible Internet service all over the state. The Legislature is stalling.

Review: In ‘Uncanny Valley,’ disturbing ripples from artificial intelligence

Excellent De Young show reveals technology's ties to oppressive tactics—and art's to the arms trade

Facebook’s housing echo chamber

Zuckerberg money funds news outlets that repeat Zuckerberg group's supply-side position on the housing crisis.

Tasty, perfect local gifts for people who eat (and drink)

From edible bouquets to Oakland spice—a tasteful roundup of goods made close to home, starting at $5.