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Tagged with: Neighborhoods

Keep a creaking and dangerous nuke plant alive? Is PG&E serious?

Company wants to go back on 2016 deal and operate Diablo Canyon long after it should have been shut down. Plus: A D6 debate will showcase all the candidates. That's The Agenda for Aug. 8-15.

The hits keep coming: Haney backers go after Campos, Mahmood

Big money pays as (utterly false) dirt flies in the Feb. 15 election—but is it too late to make a difference?

A car-free JFK Drive in Golden Gate Park is finally close to reality

But there are some complicated equity issues that will require a lot more discussion.

Remembering Spain’s 15-M Movement, Occupy’s scrappy precursor

As the US looks back a decade later, a necessary reminder that Occupy was a reverberation of a global movement.

Should SF ban the no-knock warrants that lead to Breonna Taylor’s death?

Plus: Juvenile justice, small-business rent relief, and a 'beach-to-the-Bay' bike path. That's The Agenda for Sept. 20-26.

Opinion: The Great Highway shutdown fiasco

It's worse for the environment. It's infuriated residents. The city needs to rethink the highway closure—now, when a compromise is possible.

Berkeley director meets Icelandic elves in ‘The Seer and the Unseen’

Sara Dosa talks about filming a unique intersection of mystical beings and environmental activism.

BIPOC residents of Mission Bay feel more welcome than in the rest of SF

In a new community with 30 percent affordable housing, displacement and gentrification aren't creating instability.

The future of Mission Bay

There's still a lot to do to turn this former redevelopment area into a real community, a new survey shows.

Waymo and the invasion of the corporate body-snatchers

Robot drivers who will put 10 million people out of work are coming to your neighborhood—now.