Saturday, September 19, 2020

Tag: Media

Party Radar: Salsa Sundays, Abdu Ali, Lilith Bear, Clan of Xymox, Sunset Picnic, Katabatik, more

This week’s choice SF nightlife and dance floor affairs, March 19-25, 2015 By Marke B.  PARTY RADAR OF COURSE, the biggest party this week is 48 Hills' own Salsa Sundays fundraiser...

Gaping holes in safety net for uninsured

Undocumented residents make up half of the 3 million Californians who still lack health insurance By Anna Challet MARCH 19, 2015 -- The safety net for uninsured Californians is full of holes...

That bizarre rent-hike eviction in Bernal Heights

The worse abuse of of a rent-law loophole that we've ever seen is creating a furor among neighbors -- and a citywide discussion of yet another eviction strategy   By Tim...

At 16th and Mission, collective housing must go — but tech offices can stay?

Mission landlord wants to evict Station 40 -- but he's got a tech office in the same building, which is not zoned for office use By Tim Redmond MARCH 12, 2015...

The Agenda, March 7-12: Newsom’s failures, inside and outside politics, PG&E and Ed Lee’s lobbyist donors

The week ahead also includes an important discussion over whether "live-work" lofts can be converted to normal dwellings without paying affordable housing fees By Tim Redmond MARCH 9, 2015 – I...

Join 48 Hills for a sunny Salsa Sundays fundraising party, March 22

Tim Redmond, Marke B, and the whole crew at 48 Hills invite you to a springtime fundraising party on Sunday afternoon, March 22. We'll be joining forces with El...

Mission nonprofit saved after community outcry

Victory for anti-displacement movement as tech company agrees to keep cancer center in building By Christopher D. Cook FEBRUARY 26, 2015 -- Circulo de Vida, the nonprofit Latino cancer support center...

There was never an “anti-tech” movement in SF

The protests aren't about technology -- they're about displacement, economic inequality, and bad corporate behavior. And they are part of a long political legacy By Tim Redmond FEBRUARY 18, 2015 –...

How do progressives win in 2015 and beyond?

An UrbanIDEA forum will look at the changing electorate, the lessons of 2014, and strategies for the future By Tim Redmond FEBRUARY 12, 2015 -- The November election didn’t go well...

A new pro-growth group takes on the politics of housing

SFBARF is getting a lot of press for a theory -- build and build and build and housing prices will come down -- that doesn't stand up to the...