Stories about TV

The Agenda, July 24-30: Undemocratic voting, municipal broadband …

The bill that would limit citizen initiatives against development is now in the state Senate, and will be heard in committee in August. The SF supes will vote again...

Inside the Yimby conference

Last weekend about 120 attendees from 17 cities gathered in downtown Oakland for the Yimbytown 2017 conference. Organized by East Bay Forward, the event was bankrolled by a $40,000...

Party Radar: the Magic Dragon

PARTY RADAR Yes, there are cannabis clubs -- but are there cannabis clubs? There certainly are pot parties: Sparc regularly features DJs, and often when I walk past Urban Pharm...

A crackling evening of AGITPROP!

SCREEN GRABS The National Endowment for the Arts and PBS seem headed for budgetary doom under President Trump, although not because they’re costly and expendable—together they comprise a mere...

She wanted to go home

  she wanted the memories they stole from her the landlords and their high priced lawyers the judge who declared the theft legal the sheriff who was only doing her job she wanted the...

What if everything the national Democratic Party leaders think about campaigns is wrong?

You could fill half a library with all the post-election analyses, recriminations, post-mortems and debates over the worse debacle to hit the Democratic Party in decades. We all know...

Why SF needs municipal broadband

Supervisor Mark Farrell and former Sup. Eric Mar are taking on a challenge that has far-reaching implications for the digital divide and the role of the public sector in...

Lit: A reluctant sleuth searches for the heart of SF

LIT A reluctant sleuth who can’t keep his shoelaces tied as he probes the streets of San Francisco, Bill Haywood is a reporter for a small San Francisco newspaper...

‘And so begins the resistance’

“And so begins the resistance,” Tom Temprano, a newly elected member of the Community College Board, told me. We were standing in the pouring rain, halfway between the labor rally...

Woven through a movement

The arc of the public gay rights movement's history is not very long at all. It's just about the length of one full life, and while Cleve Jones may...