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Friday, October 23, 2020
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Tag: Pier 70

Screen Grabs: Must-see horror films for the Halloween that wasn’t

Drive-ins step in for trick-or-treating in 2020—plus, flicks following quarantine seances, malevolence-plagued asylum seekers, bedeviled hairdos, and Kazahk-Bulgarian dystopian futures visible from the gloom of home.

Club mogul accused of vigilante homeless sweep says he did nothing wrong

Peter Glikshtern says he called private trash crew to encampment, insists he was justified by city inaction.

Massive new development would transform Dogpatch area

The SF Planning Commission will consider Thursday/5 the first steps toward approving a massive new development in Dogpatch, one of the biggest single projects in the city outside of...

Review: Gray Area Festival’s inferno of hybrid arts creativity

Do not be afraid; our fate cannot be taken from us; it is a gift. —Dante, The Inferno. One must imagine Sisyphus happy. —Camus, The Myth of Sisyphus.  Pledge allegiance to the world’s...

Housing is focus of D5 debate

It’s not surprising, given the political landscape in San Francisco, that housing and homelessness were among the most contentious issues at Friday’s District 5 supervisor debate, as well as...

Should SF allow a tobacco company to operate on Port property?

San Francisco City Attorney Dennis Herrera is demanding information about a lease deal that JUUL, the e-cigarette company, has signed with a developer who holds a master lease on...

6,000 more office workers with no housing, the failure of planning in the Eastern Neighborhoods …

Mayor London Breed is pushing legislation that would amend the city’s historic office-space limitation law to allow an additional 1.5 million square feet of space – enough to house...

Party Radar: El Rio’s 40th, Bardot-A-Go-Go, Juliana Huxtable …

PARTY RADAR Welp, it took me two weeks to recover from Folsom Street Fair, so that means we've got a lot to catch up on! First, let's admire the look...

Arts Forecast: Behold, the mighty Litquake!

ARTS FORECAST It's Litquake time again (October 11-20), when the enormous literary festival takes over the city's venues—and, for Litcrawl on October 20, basically any available space on Valencia Street—filling...

OPINION: How big should SF be — and for whom?

This is a critical time for our city. There are a lot of important issues at stake that matter to all of us. Income inequality. Homelessness. Drugs. Auto burglaries....