Stories about News Media

The press whips up toxic anti-immigrant madness

Even in SF, reporters are leaping on the bandwagon, blaming a very reasonable city policy for a tragic murder By Tim Redmond JULY 7, 2015 – There’s really no other way...

The Agenda, July 6-12: A terrible killing becomes a political attack on immigrants …

... plus Uber and traffic, and a bill that would help public power by making PG&E's fossil-fuel and nuclear mix more expensive By Tim Redmond JULY 6, 2015 – I came...

Why we should all be talking about the Amilcar Perez Lopez shooting

Some strong evidence suggests the SFPD isn't telling the truth -- but the chief continues to defend the two officers who shot the 20-year-old immigrant in the back By Tim...

The Mission moratorium goes down, narrowly — but the fight has only begun

Hundreds and hundreds of Mission residents and community activists demonstrate the massive anger over displacement -- and some folks at City Hall didn't listen. This isn't over By Tim Redmond JUNE...

The Tom and Tim Show: Nepal, Baltimore, the news media — and WTF is up with the Supreme Court...

Tom Ammiano and Tim Redmond discuss the events of the week -- and tell you why all the cave men were gay  

Peskin campaign pulls in $10K in one day

Former supe sees plenty of local support one day after announcing run By Tim Redmond MARCH 31, 2015 – It took former Sup. Aaron Peskin less than 24 hours to raise...

At 16th and Mission, collective housing must go — but tech offices can stay?

Mission landlord wants to evict Station 40 -- but he's got a tech office in the same building, which is not zoned for office use By Tim Redmond MARCH 12, 2015...

The Agenda, March 7-12: Newsom’s failures, inside and outside politics, PG&E and Ed Lee’s lobbyist donors

The week ahead also includes an important discussion over whether "live-work" lofts can be converted to normal dwellings without paying affordable housing fees By Tim Redmond MARCH 9, 2015 – I...

Kaboom! The plan to blow up Candlestick — and the health impacts on the neighborhood

By Tim Redmond JANUARY 7, 2015 – Stand outside of Shirley Moore’s front door and you can see Candlestick Park – easily. The empty stadium is about 300 feet away....

Sup. Mar takes on Zombie Neighborhoods and Housing Hoarding

By Tim Redmond DECEMBER 16, 2014 -- A measure by Sup. Eric Mar to tax unoccupied or largely unoccupied housing units could be one of the most significant pieces of...