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Milk Club debate shows how the candidates for mayor are framing the issues

Three moving to the right, one looking for a lane, and one taking a strong progressive stance.

Mental health center in the Castro under suspicious threat of eviction

Members of Queer LifeSpace held a rally at 2275 Market St. to organize and avoid being kicked out before they’re served eviction papers.

Tough budget times in a city full of rich people who don’t pay even remotely fair taxes ….

... plus AI and local elections, the crisis in the jails, and can the zoo really handle pandas? That's The Agenda for May 12-19

Peskin wants a hands-on mayor, Breed wants a downtown party (for some people) …

... and how is the city planning to create 14,000 housing units for extremely low income households? That's The Agenda for May 5-12

The alarming agenda of the big-money folks trying to take over SF

New report tracks the anti-union, anti-tax, pro-police program that a small number of very rich people want to impose on SF in the name of "moderate" politics.

Everyone loves Vienna’s housing policy; there’s a reason that it works so well

It's not 'rocket science.' It's high taxes on the rich and money for social housing. The tech barons want people who support those policies in SF voted out.

Restoring the ecosystem of City College

The next chancellor needs to prioritize all types of classes for all types of students.

Supes rent-relief program saved 20,000 people from eviction during the pandemic

New city report shows how taxing the rich to help low-income renters is highly effective.

Unbearable tension of ghosts past and present in ‘Returning to Haifa’

Palestinians come back home in the shadow of the Six-Day War, in Golden Thread's latest on Potrero Stage.

Supreme Court hears critical case on homeless policy (SF wants to legalize sweeps) …

... Plus: Is the SF Zoo really capable of hosting pandas, and is the city ready to start letting developers off the hook for the impacts their projects create? That's The Agenda for April 24-31