Service Employees International Union Local 1021, which represents most city employees in San Francisco, continues to fight both internal and external challenges, with its own staff employees overwhelmingly au Read More
The massive development projects being proposed along San Francisco's central waterfront -- from the proposed Read More
As the Western SoMa Community Plan goes before the Board of Supervisors land use committee today, concerns linger over the future of nightlife destinations in the neighborhood.
The Western SoMa Citizens Planning Task Force has spent more than eight years working on the plan, which would end a building moratorium in place since 2005 by bringing in 4,000 new housing units. Most of the dense new housing would be along Folsom Street between Seventh and 13th streets, where allowable building height is being increased from 50 to 65 feet. Read More
The fate of the “purple building” -- which has become caught up in the clash between nightlife and residential interests on the clubgoer-saturated 300-block of 11th Street -- remains undecided as the Western SoMa Community Plan heads into its first hearing before the Board of Supervisors Land Use and Economic Development Committee on Monday. Read More
So much for the lack of drama around ticket sales for Burning Man this year. Earlier this week 40,000 tickets went on sale to the general public, and while some burners got their tickets in less than 60 minutes, others endured a frustrating wait of several hours only to find themselves unexpectedly kicked out of line. Read More