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SF prepares to evict people living in vehicles on Bernal Hill

After years of tolerance, parking enforcement set to start this week—but residents are already getting citations.

CEQA has nothing to do with SF downtown’s economic woes

And Scott Wiener's attack on the environmental law will only make things worse for vulnerable populations.

Declaring the end of progressive San Francisco is a bit premature

Only 20 percent of the votes have been counted. And we have heard this story before.

‘The Wild Parrots of Telegraph Hill’ fly again on local screens

Bird-lover Mark Bittner and filmmaker Judy Irving speak about restoring the film for a newly flocking audience

My New Year’s resolutions—for everyone else

A few 2024 suggestions for policy makers, the pope, and people who don't clean up their dogshit.

Good Taste: Hot donut summer, Cliff House redo—tuck into our 2024 dining preview

Mark up your calendar for these highly anticipated Bay Area debuts and reopenings.

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?

The case for ‘So I Married an Axe Murderer’ as the best SF film of all time

North Beach cappuccinos, Alamo Square breakups, Fog City Diner, pre-tech rents—the 1993 Mike Myers film deserves the crown.

Lots of housing laws. Not much housing

Hearing, data show how the state's 'streamlining' supply-side approach is failing.

In endless US wars, some people matter, and some people don’t

Author Norman Solomon talks about the human toll of the military machine—and why we so rarely hear about it.