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The next supes president, the future of safe-consumption sites, PG&E’s failure …

... and what the School Board leadership debate is really about. That's The Agenda for Jan. 9-16

Is SF ready for climate change? A flooded city seemed unprepared

Why did city officials wait until the intersections were impassible to put out warnings and close streets?

Mayor Breed personally ordered homeless sweeps, new evidence shows

City officials say they are at 'war' with the unhoused and routinely violate law and local policy, lawsuit alleges.

Opinion: Closing JFK Drive and the Great Highway was a big mistake

The post-pandemic reasons for closure are disingenuous and make for bad public policy.

Arts Forecast: Throw those studios open wide! (And lots more to do)

Open Studios everywhere! Plus: Lit Crawl, Pop-Up Mag, Kind of Blue Revue, Trolley Dances, Death Cab for Cutie, Grace Cathedral Sound Bath, more great events this week

Lawsuit challenges SF’s homeless policies and seeks to stop sweeps

Data shows how the city repeatedly violates its own policies and federal Constitutional rights.

Public Works celebrates 12 years with an epic four-night get-down

Legends Jeff Mills and Amon Tobin are two big names on tap (plus plenty of locals) at Mission club's extended party

District 6 debate: Not a lot of dramatic difference

The challengers didn't take on the incumbent or even mention the mayor.

Maybe the Mission Street vendors need an app

Big Tech gets to break the law with impunity; why not the folks on the street? Plus: The new DA's first weeks are a disaster, but the Chron doesn't seem to care.

The June election was bad news for Mayor London Breed

That's just one of the many key messages that the news media have missed.