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Tagged with: Seniors

‘Never too late’: Grannies of Grant Avenue Follies dance onto the airwaves

PBS highlights the Chinatown-based cabaret troupe of 11 spirited grandmothers keeping local history alive.

The city’s budget battle comes into clear view ….

.... Plus broken elevators in SROs, a mess in the city's housing voucher program—and where did Breed's 'Dreamkeeper' money go? That's The Agenda for April 14-21

Oh the (budget) horrors! Unnamed Film Fest gave us Frogman, Flesh Games, more frights

'The vomit and farts were real,' one director claimed at a post-show Q&A at Balboa Theatre.

Tech baron who said supes should ‘die slow’ wants to disrupt Peskin campaign event

Chinatown leaders fear violence, say intimidation is not acceptable, particularly in the heart of a vulnerable community.

Shotgun’s ‘Midsummer’ misfires with broad caricatures, ‘Family Guy’ gags

The chemistry is good, but director William Hodgson buries Shakespeare's classic in "go big" gestures.

Some perspective on the case of a brutal stabbing of an Asian senior

The assailant is not going free; he faces a 10-year prison sentence if he doesn't enter a mandatory mental-health residential treatment program.

The mayor’s upzoning plans will deeply damage SF’s neighborhoods

Demolitions, speculations, and displacement are in store if the city moves forward with Breed's approach.

So Macy’s is leaving. Let it go.

Let's use that space for a public benefit, not a corporate chain store.

Tech leader wants supes to ‘die slow;’ where’s the mayor and the Chron?

Plus: Phil Ginsburg's yacht harbor, and zoning changes nobody knows how to pay for. That's The Agenda for Jan. 28 to Feb. 4

The housing crisis Scott Wiener created

Demolitions. Displacement. And zero new affordable housing. That's the bill the state senator got passed, and the supes have to deal with it this week.