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Scathing new city report repudiates Lee, Breed policies on Uber, Lyft

Planners say TNCs have caused terrible problems because the city didn't regulate them. Plus, on housing: It's capitalism, stupid.

The June election was bad news for Mayor London Breed

That's just one of the many key messages that the news media have missed.

What the Boudin recall does—and doesn’t—mean for SF politics

Low turnout, a deeply warped media narrative, and right-wing billionaire money framed a very conservative outcome. That's the real story.

What if we let artists and homeless people take over all the empty SF office space?

The old work model is over, and downtown and the local economy is going to suffer—unless we get creative about the future.

Stern Grove to Erykah Badu: our guide to the best summer shows

Hardly Strictly confirmed, Metallica Night's home run, Jazz Mafia takes on Prince, more great shows to plan for

Under the Stars: The chill joys of Helado Negro—plus our Bandcamp Friday picks

Orion Sun rides smoothly on complex R&B, Jeanines shoot sharp indie-pop darts, and Beige gets a big dance floor "Amen!"

Cars, bikes—and equity—as supes consider road closure in Golden Gate Park

Plus: Is the board ready to end single-family housing in San Francisco? That's The Agenda for April 25-May 1

The Treasure Island toll is regressive, pointless—and still somehow alive

The developers got a sweet deal, and now want to make low-income residents pay for the ferry service they need to sell high-end condos.

Supes grill PG&E exec on how the company is holding SF hostage

The company is basically saying 'Screw You' to the city, and is unapologetic about wanting to block SF from using its own clean public power.

Read an excerpt from an SF Indiefest award-winning local screenplay

In 'Swipe,' a recovering agoraphobe with OCD navigates the Millennial dating scene in search of love.