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Tagged with: Market Street

Life’s a grand circus—art is, too—for painter Michael Brennan

The artist-designer magically transforms pandemic into pandemonium and art-world portraits into carnivalesque celebration

Ten percent of SF housing is vacant, a new report shows

The number of condos that are sold but never occupied has soared in the past five years, suggesting that letting developers build freely doesn't really help the crisis.

School Board recall election set; Assembly candidates could run four times

Plus: Some very sketchy moves by signature gatherers for Boudin recall effort.

Occupy San Francisco was a game-changer

Ten years later, remembering the movement that gave us "We are the 99 percent" and put economic inequality on the national agenda.

Arts Forecast: Open Studios 2021, Colson Whitehead, The Residents return…

Plus: Cocteaufest, Leather Walk, Judy Collins, Tea Lautrec opening, and more choice events

Win a pass to How Weird Street Faire!

The 22nd annual phenomenon is celebrating Sun/12 with eight music stages, and tons of art and entertainment.

Students demand that teacher pension fund revoke fossil fuel investments

CalSTRS holds $6 billion in fossil-fuel company stock, and the next generation wants to see a dramatic change.

Cannabis community reels from death of 69-year-old activist “OG” Eddy Lepp

The cultivator of one of the “greatest marijuana gardens of all time" laid the seed for today's marijuana legalization movement.

Drag legend Terence Alan Smith takes center stage in ‘The Beauty President’

As Joan Jett Blakk, the performer made two historic runs for president. A new short film asks what could have been.

Facebook’s housing echo chamber

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