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Artist Richard Serra, who is best known for his sculptural work, discusses drawing and its role in his artistic production. [Book signing at 6 p.m., talk at 7 p.m.; SFMOMA, 151 Third St., S.F.; tickets are sold out, but simulcast admission is available, space permitting] Read More
San Francisco politics has forced us to vote again for an array of unpopular choices. But the alternative would lead to eventual financial calamity.
Politicians sold us out when they agreed to give exorbitant pensions to anyone breathing. Most of those politicians are long gone, but their financial irresponsibility lives on. Even if we pass the Adachi pension reform, which is a good start, the net effect only postpones the inevitable. Read More
Ken Garcia’s Sunday column attacked Proposition D as “illegal” and claims that the courts have ruled noncitizen voting in local school elections to be unconstitutional. In fact, the U.S. Supreme Court has repeatedly endorsed noncitizen voting and has never found the practice to be unconstitutional. Read More