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Friday, December 1, 2023

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Tagged with: Preservation

No, the supes didn’t ‘punt’ on housing bill

A measure that makes no sense is still on track; here's what it might mean for the city.

Been here, done gone: Arhoolie Records’ Chris Strachwitz snapped our musical heritage

Beyond his precious recordings, a new book celebrates the documentarian's photos of essential roots musicians

New laws seek to end private developer risk, burdening public instead

Why should cities and counties guarantee profits for builders and push the costs of growth onto the local taxpayers?

A (too) modest housing bond, the impacts of APEC security measures …

... and what's headed for the March ballot? That's The Agenda for Oct. 22-29

Screen Grabs: Seeing the other side of Scorsese

Plus: Alternative Visions goes Buñuel, Astrakan touches, #Chadgetstheaxe swings, Perpetrator misses, more movies

This is the state of housing policy in SF in 2023

Planners say environmental law doesn't matter, and supes approve a project almost everyone hates, all to deal with state Sen. Scott Wiener's rules—and Breed wants to make it worse

Promoter gets approval to turn Castro Theater into a nightclub—with few conditions

Some activists and commissioners unhappy with the idea that preserving community institutions is all about someone making money.

Who really owns the disputed parcel of land in the Mission District?

Plus: The Castro Theater battle moves to the Planning Commission and Historic Preservation Commission. That's The Agenda for June 11-18.

Promoter’s plans for Castro Theater move forward on 6-4 supes vote

Now the final decision on APE's renovations moves to the Historic Preservation and Planning Commission Thursday.

Join us at Castro Theatre June 19 for ’90s Black queer landmark ‘Chocolate Babies’!

26th anniversary screening of New Queer Cinema classic plays at Frameline Film Fest on Juneteenth, sponsored by 48 Hills