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Tagged with: Tenants

Federal official tells SF to fix ongoing problems at ‘uninhabitable’ Plaza East public housing

After years of organizing alongside their neighbors and demanding the city make the necessary repairs to their homes, Plaza East Apartments residents could finally...

About those political ‘protests’ …

The events against Peskin and Chan were mostly paid hacks, allies of the mayor, and people who don't live in the districts.

Massive Peskin kickoff sets up an epic race for mayor of SF

Billionaire 'protest' is a total bust as huge crowd packs Portsmouth Square for a candidate who might be able to build a winning coalition in mostly right-wing field

Tech baron who said supes should ‘die slow’ wants to disrupt Peskin campaign event

Chinatown leaders fear violence, say intimidation is not acceptable, particularly in the heart of a vulnerable community.

The Yimbys think they rule—but there are some serious signs to the contrary

The case against the case against "The Case Against Yimbyism."

CEQA has nothing to do with SF downtown’s economic woes

And Scott Wiener's attack on the environmental law will only make things worse for vulnerable populations.

The mayor’s upzoning plans will deeply damage SF’s neighborhoods

Demolitions, speculations, and displacement are in store if the city moves forward with Breed's approach.

Good Taste: Made from scratch? New brunch spot offers novelty in pre-packaged era

Early to Rise gets back to basics—don't skip the tangerine pudding and apple butter French toast.

Event shows widespread political support for Prop. A, affordable housing bond

Lively kickoff focuses on unity; turnout will be key, and Breed's right-wing measures aren't helping.

Ode to Uptown: RIP, feisty bar for punks and lefties

The legendary almost-40-year-old bar went out with tipsy adieus, sidewalk fiddlers, and a reminder of ongoing Mission gentrification.