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Tagged with: Willie Brown

Is it safe? Treasure Island residents face health concerns from toxic dust

The dirt on the island was contaminated. Now it's flying around in the air.

None of the district attorney’s supporters care about allegations of a major ethical breach

The law? What law? Rules? What rules? When it's about political power in SF, it doesn't seem to matter.

Screen Grabs: At American Indian Film Fest, remembering the Alcatraz occupation

Plus: Doc Stories highlights Jerry Brown's disruptions, sweeping Georgian cinema series, Animation Show of Shows

Honey Mahogany talks about Treasure Island finances and how to make the project work

D6 candidate supports the unpopular toll, but knows more about the complex situation than the incumbent, Matt Dorsey.

The national pundits can complain, but in SF, progressives get things done

The San Francisco left is fighting for things that the national Democratic Party has abandoned.

Critical Mass turns 30

It's a party. It's a protest. It changed the way San Francisco thinks about bicycles.

Preston seeks to shift local elections to higher-turnout years

Charter amendment could have far-reaching impacts on local politics.

New district lines would deeply hurt progressive politics in San Francisco

Astonishing gerrymandering blows District 5 into bits and divides up progressive voters across the city to give the conservatives a strong advantage.

The Treasure Island toll is regressive, pointless—and still somehow alive

The developers got a sweet deal, and now want to make low-income residents pay for the ferry service they need to sell high-end condos.

UCSF’s new hospital: A pretty building, but in the wrong place

The school's plans will make one part of the city more unlivable and the other part less healthy and wealthy.