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A Route 66 trip to Steinbeck country spurred Octavio Solis’ ‘Mother Road’

'Things still felt like, yeah, this is America during the Depression,' says playwright, whose latest is at Berkeley Rep.

For supes, mayor, there’s no more ducking a crucial rent-control issue

Breed, board, will have to side with landlords or tenants. Plus: The failure of state housing mandates, and fall charter amendments. That's The Agenda for July 7-14

Ceramic wabi-sabi: How Erin Hupp zagged to a life of clay

Oakland artist sees her domestic and culinary pieces as anchors to our current moment.

Tosha Stimage’s ‘SUPERBLOOM’ invites Presidio visitors into Bay’s rich floral heritage

Florist's Chilean strawberries and California poppies budded from research into the land.

New Farrell corruption allegations could make case for inspector general initiative

Peskin proposal (and mayoral campaign) may benefit from ongoing reports (and ongoing scandals at CIty Hall).

Good Taste: Rapper-chef Lyrics Born says show’s next season ‘will blow people away’

New acoustic album may be last for a while as Bay Area legend focuses on visual media like his cooking series.

Pending state bill would allow developers to make more big local land-use decisions

Under the radar, a Wicks-Bonta housing bill changes the standards for projects in a way that undermines any professional planning standards.

PG&E delays have cost SF $35 million since 2018; public power has saved $50 million

Capital planning agency to hear update on long-overdue plan to take over distribution system, with dramatic new evidence.

A kickass tattoo artist honors her Mescalero Apache roots

'It's in my blood,' says 24th Street Studio's Renette Hammer, who felt destined to open up shop in SF.

Does the US have a housing shortage—or an affordable housing shortage?

New study challenges the Yimby concept and argues that issue isn't supply, it's price.