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Tagged with: San Bruno

‘The system is broken’

A photographer working with homeless people reflects on the utter failure of the city's sweeps and housing policy.

The environmental case against robotaxis

They will further damage public transit—and they're no help to people with disabilities

The price of corruption: Families face eviction from illegal units in Portola

Developer cheated. City officials allowed it. Now the tenants have to pay.

Legal settlements for police abuse have cost SF more than $20 million since 2019

Plus: Ronen takes on the feds over Laguna Honda, Jenkins drops charges against cop, and planners finally want to close the book on a scandal. That's The Agenda for Feb. 12-19.

Screen Grabs: The rambunctious talents of Elaine May

Plus: African Film Festival, cinema and histories of incarceration, the Discrete Charm of the Bourgeoisie, more movies

22 of our biggest stories in 2021

In a tumultuous year, we covered climate crises, anti-Asian violence, right-wing attacks—and told you where to get Frank Sinatra's favorite cheesecake, too.

Walton calls for SFMTA to restore a key bus line in Vis Valley

Route that takes Southeast residents to Soma and Chinatown was cut in the pandemic, and the community wants it back.

50 years ago, San Bruno Mountain was almost cut in half

Remembering a successful community campaign to save the local environment—as climate challenges loom.

Why have DBI, Planning, and the cops gotten away with so much for so long?

Plus: $70 million for parking meters when the mayor says we can't afford to keep SIP hotels open to save lives. That's The Agenda for Sept. 13-19

In ‘Plexiglass,’ a poet illuminates voices of the incarcerated

A new volume offers a critique of the criminal justice system through the lens of prison writing workshops