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CEQA has nothing to do with SF downtown’s economic woes

And Scott Wiener's attack on the environmental law will only make things worse for vulnerable populations.

Seattle’s storied KEXP tunes in to the Bay: here’s what to expect

Radio station's chief programming officer shares what's on their dial.

The mayor’s upzoning plans will deeply damage SF’s neighborhoods

Demolitions, speculations, and displacement are in store if the city moves forward with Breed's approach.

Why the Wiener housing bills will never work—and could destroy the coast. A detailed primer

An economist explains the reality of the housing market, economic inequality, developer profits, and threats to the environment.

Robert Moses’ ‘New Legacies’ takes on the specter of censorship

'There’s a body to culture and we’re cutting off the legs and arms,' says choreographer about latest innovative work.

André 3000, Suzanne Ciani, and the evolving creative mind

What happens when an artist swerves? How does a trailblazer stay relevant after 40 years? Two shows raised satisfying answers.

André 3000 spoke another language at Bimbo’s

In the first of five local shows, the Outkast star improvised with friends, babbled glossolalia, and warned that the audience was being sampled.

The hidden political history of SF’s 1906 earthquake and fire—and what it means today

Social class, race, and labor played a huge role in what happened—and how the city recovered.

Tech leader wants supes to ‘die slow;’ where’s the mayor and the Chron?

Plus: Phil Ginsburg's yacht harbor, and zoning changes nobody knows how to pay for. That's The Agenda for Jan. 28 to Feb. 4

5 very, very last-minute holiday gift ideas that keep it local

Festive cider, a wealth of books and games, art fun, treats for fluffy, and more to get you off the naughty list