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The Chron says the city is broken. Now what?

The Establishment paper can't blame the Establishment that has been running SF since the Gold Rush. Are the Powers That Be turning on the mayor?

The City Hall corruption probe may not be over

That sound you hear is the shoes falling from the City Hall corruption scandal: Mohammed Nuru is going to prison for as long as...

Under the Stars: Must-hear Kokoroko, free beats at Laurel StreetFair, more

John Cale returns, Midlife comes to Independent, 'Bolsa Chica Calm' at Luggage Store Gallery—new music news!

Maybe the Mission Street vendors need an app

Big Tech gets to break the law with impunity; why not the folks on the street? Plus: The new DA's first weeks are a disaster, but the Chron doesn't seem to care.

Fall ballot measures will test the mayor and her allies

Who is going to oppose taxes on Amazon and on vacant apartments?

Arts Forecast: Laborfest in full swing, Foodwise dines out, more

Danceworks, Pod Blotz, Xiu Xiu, Depeche Mode tribute, Jim Henson's commercials, other great events. Plus: Diego Rivera is coming

Party Radar: Remembering DJ Blackstone—and honoring how Music Connects

Keeping a legend's legacy alive. Plus: Hunky Jesus contest returns, Fred Again.., Richie Hawtin, DJ Godfather, more tasty functions

‘We feel abandoned’: Bayview protest highlights ongoing toxic waste scandal

Community demands excavation and removal of Hunters Point Naval Shipyard radioactive residue, with local oversight.

Can SF run its own bike-share program (and challenge the privatizers?)

Plus: The June 6 ballot shapes up—and will the Police Commission take civilian oversight seriously? That's The Agenda for Feb. 14-21

The big money shows up for Haney in state Assembly race

Building trades and opponents of single-payer are putting up hundreds of thousands in an IE that is likely to attack Campos