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Restaurant Week season steps up to the plate

March and April mean two solid months of discounts at restaurants around the Bay Area.

Opinion: The local Sierra Club is no longer an environmental leader

A takeover by conservatives has undermined the progressive authority of the group's local endorsements

Opinion: Prop. 1 and Prop. F are just more attacks on poor people

These are not solutions. They are just ways to make life on the streets even more unpleasant.

What the billionaires want

The agenda behind the big money is clear—and for more than 40 years, it's been a massive failure that created most of our social problems.

Screen Grabs: Two strong films make global immigration personal

'Io Capitano' and 'The Legionnaire' spur empathy. Plus: Gay rarity 'Drifter,' potent noir 'The Road to Shame,' more

Ten groups. $33 million, half of it dark money. Behind the billionaires in SF politics

New report sheds light on the massive influx of right-wing money trying to buy votes

Screen Grabs: Look out, there’s an Oscar in your shorts

This year's nominated animated, live action, and documentary shorts are a mixed bag, but there are some rewarding watches.

‘How to Have Sex’ at the Mostly British Film Fest (and other cinematic selections)

Gems from across the pond include Ken Loach's swan song, an expanded Irish section, and a 'Local Hero' revival.

Campaign notebook: The dizzying web of big-money influence

Plus: Remarkable hype, Lurie's money, and why Breed's allies want to control the Democratic Party.

The city has a new business tax plan—which doesn’t address economic inequality

We can tinker with 'revenue-neutral' changes, but SF is facing a massive fiscal crisis, and the big corporations and billionaires are still not paying their fair share.