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Tagged with: Mission

Good Taste: Surveying SF’s Japanese sandos

Fried, boiled, curried, or gilded—these are the city's interpretations of the prized sandwich style worth sharing.

Why is Breed resisting a life-saving program that faces no real legal or financial obstacles?

Safe consumption sites work in New York, stunning testimony at a hearing shows. Yet SF is putting on the brakes.

Good taste: Where to sharpen your culinary skills (online and IRL)

Seven local spots to sharpen your knife skills, pick up cooking techniques, and learn new dishes

Under the Stars: Synth wiz Franck Martin brings the Modular California Vibes

Plus: Is BORED GOAT the Bay's hottest B2B? And a nerdy-cool San Jose posse brings the ska.

All about most people: Illuminating the history of the California labor movement

'From Mission to Microchip' author Fred B. Glass talks about how his City College course makes the long struggle relevant today

Voting for the future direction of the California Democratic Party

Competing slates vie for roles as party delegates; ballots are in the mail and the in-person elections are this weekend.

Under the Stars: Epic party Dub Mission returns for heavy vibes

Plus: Bored Lord and bastiengoat soar into the breaks-o-sphere, The Maghreban rips old techno, more new music.

What if floods are part of the new normal in San Francisco?

We all worry about drought, but floods are also a result of climate change. And SF is nowhere near ready for that.

Politics, 2023: The budget crisis, housing, the mayor’s race, criminal justice ….

... and will this be the year that the Yimby narrative finally falls apart? Our projections.

What does Breed plan to do about the overdose crisis?

Plus: The future of Laguna Honda, racist police traffic stops, and the farce that is the city's Housing Element. That's The Agenda for Dec. 11-18