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Tagged with: Public Works

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).

Our Ultimate Pride Guide 2024 is bustin’ out all over

30+ parties, arts events, and activities to boot up your sassy queer season—even if you're boycotting!

Supes approve Breed’s police commissioner—and a dubious plan to raise money for the zoo

Mayor gets the right to ask companies like PG&E for donations to fund her panda pen.

The SF budget battle takes center stage

It's cops against social services in a politically charged budget year.

An artist living on the streets loses most of his possessions in last week’s sweep

It's just one story out of hundreds. It's still tragic.

Arts Forecast: Juneteenth on the Waterfront, Tunnel Tops dancing, more fun in the sun

Plus: Swagger Like Us says 'bye gurl,' Naomi Klein's mistaken identity, 'Proud Before Pride,' Purple Disco Machine—what to do!

‘The People’s Palace’ injects missing diversity into City Hall’s storied architecture

Choreographer Joanna Haigood of Zaccho Dance aims 'to provide a more accurate picture of vibrant San Francisco.'

Arts Forecast: The Stud is finally reopening—come get a sneak peek!

Plus: RIP Rumi Missabu, The Blessed Madonna, Dalit Dreamlands, KPFA's 75th anniversary, Drunk Drag, Chocolate Festival, more

Are the People’s Park barricades even legal?

The operation has already cost $15.1 million.

City wastes millions on contracts with big out-of-town companies, report shows

More than $200 million goes for services city workers could provide much, much cheaper.