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A chron oped on the housing hearing is wrong, and signals a new attack on the supes

Board members asked for a modest delay to consider the mayor's amendments to a complex housing bill. The Chron talks of "Nimbys."

Dance floor to ‘First Floor’: Shawn Reynaldo grapples with electronic music’s slippery culture

The longtime journalist's popular newsletter—and now book—captures the fine-grain details of a mercurial scene

Portola Fest founder: ‘We learned a lot from year one, we’re moving in the right direction’

Danny Bell on what to expect at this year's huge electronic music affair—like fewer cell phone problems and a beloved '90s pop star

Screen Grabs: In ‘Dumb Money,’ Hollywood finally indicts Wall Street greed—and it’s fun

Plus: Twisty French black comedy- thriller 'The Origin of Evil' gives a lot of bang for your buck.

Media coverage of reparations hearing runs from bad to worse

News outlets miss the point, ignore the context, and can't even do basic math.

Something rotten: Nazi-occupied Denmark through young eyes in Richard Kluger’s latest novel

Seasoned journalist explores a country's moral quandry via historical fiction of 'Hamlet's Children.'

Screen Grabs: Dance Film Fest leaps onto screen—and out of prison yards

Plus: Carlos Santana's story, Cambodian cinema showcase, 'North by Northwest' in 35mm, and campy hell on wheels

Tenants, community rally against Breed’s developer-friendly housing bill

Evictions, demolition, displacement—and no affordable housing. That's The Agenda for Sept. 17-24

Corporate propaganda has cost 90 percent of US residents $47 trillion. Here’s why

Eminent science historian Naomi Oreskes talks about business, government, and her groundbreaking new book, 'The Big Myth.'

Screen Grabs: Scrappy kids, rotting queens, and ‘the Liberace of lucha libre’

Three of Sundance's most interesting movies finally hit screens here. Plus: Can you ride with Outlaw Johnny Black?