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Screen Grabs: Long live the New Romantics!

New doc 'Tramps!' shows the music movement's queer side. Plus: Lily Gladstone in worthwhile feature 'Fancy Dance.'

Is crime really the only issue in the SF mayor’s race?

There is so much more to talk about. But that's not what the Democratic Party debate suggested.

Media Week: One crucial (buried) story and two prominent useless ones

The growth myth, the SF mayor's race, the foolishness of a so-called West Coast 'liberal,' and (for now, funny) and deceptive campaign videos

Three candidates running to the right, one trying to be visible—and Aaron Peskin

That was the lineup for the first major mayoral debate, which made clear where the political lines are going to be drawn.

Months after federal officials demand action, not much has changed for tenants at Plaza East

Residents still fighting for urgent repairs to the public housing complex.

After nearly 50 years, a Mission tradition keeps the neighborhood spirit alive

No matter how else the city is hollowed out of its creativity, once a year there’s always Carnaval.

Opinion: Changing the West Portal entrance is a terrible idea

As usual, the SFMTA came up with a bad plan, without any meaningful community input.

Milk Club debate shows how the candidates for mayor are framing the issues

Three moving to the right, one looking for a lane, and one taking a strong progressive stance.

Reclaiming homes, from LA to Sacramento

Solutions driven by the unhoused are constantly under attack.

In a dramatic move, a CA court says housing density doesn’t mean affordability

If the decision holds up, which may not happen, it would be a significant blow to the Yimby agenda.