Stories about SF Planning
European cities show how more than half the housing stock can be taken out of the private market -- and it works.
Plus: A developer lawyer on the commission? And Sups. Haney and Ronen to grill DPH on mental-health beds. That's The Agenda for Oct. 14-20
John Rahaim is stepping down, after 12 years of urban planning disaster. Who's next?
Lots of office space, hotel rooms, housing -- but how's it going to work without massive new investments in transit?
Challenger Preston says luxury housing development needs more affordability and transit funding; where will incumbent Brown stand?
Mar wants the city to oppose Wiener's radical deregulation bill -- and has seven votes. Will the mayor veto?
Plus: Planning wants to give developers a bonus—and ignore the roots of the housing crisis. This week's Agenda.
Club Foot Orchestra, tributes to Luchino Visconti and Frederick Wiseman, a hokey 'Grease 2,' 'Poor Little Rich Girl,' and more in cinemas this week
Let the Corpses Tan, No Date, No Signature, and more movies in cinemas this week.
Three Identical Strangers, "Black Powers: Reframing Hollywood," The Films of Aki Kaurismaki, That Summer, more in cinemas this week.