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‘It was the same story’: Bay’s iconic industrial art hubs are a dying breed

Filmmaker Yasmin Mawaz-Khan upcoming documentary offers look at one battle lost: the Ace Junkyard's quixotic 2009 fight for survival.

The profound importance of a new Housing Plan for San Francisco

The Agenda: City planners admit the 'Jobs Economy' was a disaster. Will they really take another path this time?

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.

On 50th anniversary, the Residents provoke ‘n roll at Castro Theatre

The storied experimental group showed why its imprint has been so lasting, troubling imagery and all.

Will SF’s ambitious Climate Action plan ever actually happen?

Implementing the program will cost money and involve tough decisions. Is City Hall up to it?

Arts Forecast: CounterPulse fest, Bowie Bash, Opera at the Ballpark ….

Plus: Carrie Mae Weems finds a home for her art in SF, How Weird and Burning Man: The Musical scratch that freaky itch.

A tech-worker dorm in the Tenderloin? Or the end of the Yimby narrative?

Christian Science Church had an approved project—but the developer says family housing doesn't make enough money it's asking for tech dorms instead. That's The Agenda for Sept 7-13

Review: Infinite possibilities from trash in ‘Reclaimed: The Art Of Recology’

At Bedford Gallery, top Bay Area artists dive into the dump with a keen eye toward resourcefulness.

BIPOC residents of Mission Bay feel more welcome than in the rest of SF

In a new community with 30 percent affordable housing, displacement and gentrification aren't creating instability.

Shimmying fish and flowing Kanji immerse viewers in myth at ‘Continuity’

Innovative, interactive digital teamLab exhibit inaugurates new pavilion at Asian Art Museum.