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Yes, gentrification will hit the Tenderloin

Market forces are too powerful, and no neighborhood in San Francisco is safe

Punching up

All-female line-up takes over Punch Line Comedy Club for Women's History Month.

The NFL Paranoia Experience

As the city goes overboard to protect the NFL brand, fear is winning, right here on Howard St.

The big Thanksgiving lies

The history of feast day of gluttony and consumerism isn't what you were told in school. By  Tommi Avicolli Mecca NOVEMBER 24, 2015 -- There’s no...

Five great things to do this weekend

From flamenco fireworks and a 40-part motet to Addams Family Values and a very human Kindness... By Marke B.  >>> THEATRE FLAMENCO'S AD LIBITUM: OR HOW...

Hey, let’s privatize this famous 18th-century Roman fountain, too

Why stop at the Palace of Fine Arts when there's a whole world of cultural landmarks to exploit? By Laura Fraser  NOVEMBER 18, 2015 -- Editor's...
48 Hills: Horror

Horror films save lives

A personal appreciation of the bloodiest genre of all. Plus a super-scary stalker top 10! By Jesse Hawthorne Ficks SCREEN GRABS My mother told me that...

Which side are you on?

It might have been confusing in an early era of San Francisco. It's not any more -- not when  some entitled people want the...

Dear C.W. Nevius: Please stop attacking homeless people

Words can have consequences. Ugly words can have ugly consequences. By John Elberling AUGUST 31, 2015 -- “Thoughtful, compassionate people have had it,” you declare in...

Big-money interests seek to repeal rent control in Richmond

Tenant groups say that pricey petition campaign is using misleading tactics to confuse voters By Tim Redmond AUGUST 27, 2015 -- A real-estate-backed effort to repeal...