Should San Francisco run its own public bank? The debate returns

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Ida Mojadad

Prior to the COVID-19 pandemic, momentum was building for San Francisco to create its own public bank where The City…

‘Late Wedding’ a zany show about marriage and more

Pear Theatre stages, streams Christopher Chen’s puzzling play

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Sweet sounds, extra space at Stern Grove

Ledisi, The Seshen, La Doña play first free concert since pandemic hit

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Larkmead Vineyards helping shape Napa Valley’s future

Historic winery’s operations are a role model for responsible viticulture

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An ocean of emotion

Reflections on daily life along the Great Highway

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Bay Area sports for week of June 20, 2021

A look at the upcoming major Bay Area sports events (schedules subject to change):

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What a reparations program would look like in The City

‘If there’s any place we can do it, it’s San Francisco’

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What Islais Creek tells us about rising sea levels in San Francisco

Islais Creek is an unassuming waterway along San Francisco’s eastern industrial shoreline, meandering its way inland and providing a natural…

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Berkeley’s The Jenny Thing is back

Frontman of 1990s group reflects on why fame eluded the band

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The strange and troubling story of Joel Babbs: What it tells us about the SFPD

The bizarre and troubling career of a whistle-blowing San Francisco police officer has returned to the spotlight with a new…

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What’s in a name? Asian American magazine fights to keep its identity

An investor-backed media group laid claim to the moniker of SF’s long-running Hyphen magazine, sparking a conversation about writing over…

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As pandemic wanes, SF public defender hopes clients will get ‘their day in court’

Like other attorneys in San Francisco, Deputy Public Defender Chris Garcia has a backlog of cases that just won’t stop…

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