One step over the (picket) line

If anyone happened to be surprised by the SFMTA’s recent decision to limit the number of taxicabs allowed to work…

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Second cracked window on Millennium Tower was known to window washers ‘for years’

Residents of the sinking Millennium Tower can’t seem to catch a break – but their windows are. Just weeks after…

3 weeks ago

BART management needs to be held accountable

Earlier this month, the California Public Utilities Commission fined BART $650,000 for safety violations that resulted in the tragic deaths…

3 weeks ago

A marvel, not a monster, for the Mission!

From the tents of our homeless neighbors to skyrocketing rents, we all get it: San Francisco needs more housing —…

3 weeks ago

Seats on new Muni trains draw complaints from riders

Muni’s new trains have earned rave reviews, with one minor exception: their seats. The new layout, with benches lining the…

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SF may no longer require housing developers to build parking

If you build it, they will come, the saying goes. But that’s exactly the problem when it comes to cars.…

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School board president gets hate mail for skipping Pledge of Allegiance

San Francisco school board President Stevon Cook said he has received a slew of hate mail since abandoning a longstanding…

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Supervisors propose changes to SF’s cannabis equity program

Nearly a year after cannabis regulations were adopted by the Board of Supervisors, debate has resumed over proposed changes to…

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