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Tagged with: SROs

A photographer documents life on a tough Tenderloin corner with dignity

Residents of the Jones and Ellis area feel seen through the work of Harry Williams, Jr., and a new mural of his portraits.

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

For composer Gabriel Kahane, PIVOT Festival comes as a gift

'More and more I'm just interested in making music with people I love and want to spend time with," says 2024 curator.

Letters: Criminalizing SF youth, selling out cab drivers ….

... and the sad end to Anchor Steam. Our readers respond.

Affordable housing is critical infrastructure, and the city needs to invest now

SF won’t begin to meet its housing goals unless Breed commits the funding

The price of ending homelessness—and how to prevent SRO evictions

A city plan that's marked for failure, and some hope of success saving vulnerable residents' homes. That's The Agenda for March 19-26

The facts behind the developer propaganda on Soma housing project

The supes vote wasn't anti-housing; there's a great housing deal on the table that the developer has rejected.

Some perspective—and facts—on supes’ recent housing vote

The Chron and the Yimby world are going crazy over the supes decision not to allow a market-rate housing project to gentrify a low-income...

Robots in the crash pad: The twisted takeover of the Red Victorian Hotel

How Haight Ashbury countercultural ideals were distorted by a tech "co-living" experiment, and a trans performance community was displaced.

City plans to close homeless hotels—so where will people go?

Information scarce on how, when—and whether—suitable relocations will take place.