Stories about Mission Moratorium

Some differences start to emerge from D8 debate

Mostly polite discussion still points to where the candidates will take opposing paths

Dramatic vote could slow Mission development

Supes signal the end of the Eastern Neighborhoods Plan -- and denounce Trumpist rhetoric from market-rate housing advocates

The Agenda, May 16-22: Big, ugly luxury housing projects in the Mission and the Tenderloin….

Plus lying cops, some very cool events -- and a new level of political sleaze. We look at the week ahead

The first Wiener-Kim debate frames an epic election battle

Clashes on housing, law enforcement, homelessness -- and a few sharp elbows

Hillary Ronen kicks off D9 supe campaign

More than 100 people brave the rain to support Campos aide in what will be a critical race for control of the board

What does it mean to be a pro-tenant politician in SF?

The three worst things that have happened to renters in this city recently, and how to measure the response of elected officials By Tim Redmond Sup....

How the 2016 races shape up

Control of the city, and its future, on the line in a year of high-octane, high-stakes politics   By Tim Redmond DECEMBER 4, 2015 – The next...

OPINION: A perspective on Ethics reform

The nonprofit dispute over Prop. C By Larry Bush OCTOBER 30, 2015 -- Some nonprofits, and the newly revived Bay Guardian, are opposing Proposition C, which...

Lee avoids tough questions in mayoral debate

The challengers did the best they could, but a weak format allowed Lee to duck any criticism of his record By Tim Redmond OCTOBER 9, 2015...
48 Hills Big Week: Litquake 2015

BIG WEEK: What to do Oct. 7-13, 2015

Litquake, Shocktoberfest, Sandcastle Contest, Decompression, Latin Legends, Ocean Beach Fest, Indigenous Powwow, Youngblood Brass Band, more essential events. By Marke B.  BIG WEEK The vast tsunami of...