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Protestor Prays for an End to Police Violence

The Agenda, May 9-15: Hunger strike moves to City Hall, early voting starts ….

... plus big landlord money pours in while supes try to defend Sanctuary City -- and journalists protest after sheriffs injure 3 at City Hall demonstration

Mayor faces challenge replacing labor-standards chief

Will Lee side with labor -- or business groups?

Mexico City: The fallacy of ‘cheap’

LETTER FROM MEXICO: Before you take the trip down here, we need to talk

The battle for the Bike Coalition reflects SF’s political divide

Should bicycle activists be part of a larger progressive movement -- or stick to a single issue and cut deals with developers and City Hall? That's what's at stake in a board election for the SF Bicycle Coalition
48 Hills Streetopia

Dreaming of a new Streetopia

Groundbreaking 2012 arts festival -- which fought Lee's "art washed" gentrification plan -- is revisited with new book and two events, Thu/15 and Fri/16.  By...

Lydia Lunch: “I’m still the enemy within”

No Wave pioneer brings her band RETROVIRUS -- and 38 years of music -- to DNA Lounge, Wed/29.  By Marke B. ALL EARS It's a perverse thrill...

Displacement policy at risk in quiet power struggle

Two regional agencies battling over the future of Bay Area planning -- with social justice in the balance By Zelda Bronstein JULY 21, 2015 --At a...

The Agenda, July 6-12: A terrible killing becomes a political attack on immigrants …

... plus Uber and traffic, and a bill that would help public power by making PG&E's fossil-fuel and nuclear mix more expensive By Tim Redmond JULY...

The Agenda, May 18-24: The Airbnb showdown begins

Plus: The future of the Ethics Commission, City College contract talks ... and why I ran the Bay to Breakers By Tim Redmond MAY 18, 2015...

Party Radar: Wild Hearts Edition

The week’s choice nightlife and dance floor affairs, Feb. 12-18, 2015 By Marke B. PARTY RADAR I don't know when Valentine's Day turned into New Year's Eve, but...