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Wednesday, February 8, 2023

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Tagged with: San Francisco

Breed’s solution to affordable housing crisis: require less affordable housing

And why do I keep getting this feeling that the generals are fighting the last war?

Supes delay ban on remote comments, but the issue is getting even bigger

Rules Committee wants to coordinate with other boards and commissions as a wide range of activists denounce Mandelman plan.

Sheriff’s Oversight Board could ban members from speaking to the news media

Unusual gag order is a 'huge problem' and probably unconstitutional.

Finally, public discussion on reparations begins this week at the Board of Supes

Plus: Should remote comment be abolished? And what about planning for flooding? That's The Agenda for Feb. 5-12

From ranchos to Disneyland: Four centuries of California cartography

California Historical Society displays remarkable maps that trace colonization, ecological impact, tourism

Demolitions and population estimates: We answer your questions

Yes, the city's plans will require bulldozing existing housing. No, the numbers in the Housing Element don't make any sense.

Landmarks board punts decision on the future of Castro Theater

After five hours of impassioned testimony, a decision that isn't a decision sends the issue to the Board of Supes.

Arts Forecast: Two-Spirit Powwow, Black History Month, Edwardian Ball, Qaotiq….

Tablehopper's new look, Art With Elders, Johnny & June Forever, Ben UFO, Non Stop Bhangra, more to do this week.

The state of California is screwing San Francisco on housing

Thanks to Sen. Wiener and our own delegation, San Francisco may be in serious trouble in four years—and it won't be the city's fault.

Momentary mysticism and familial faith drive muralist and sculptor Liz Hernández

This year, the accomplished creative's goal is to stay true.