C.W. Nevius

While some pedestrians enjoy walking on the car-free Great Highway, others, who drive to work, want the road reopened full-time to vehicles. (Kevin N. Hume/The Examiner)

Converting the Great Highway into a Great Walkway makes no sense

It’s helpful to take a detailed look at the environmental and transit effects

While some pedestrians enjoy walking on the car-free Great Highway, others, who drive to work, want the road reopened full-time to vehicles. (Kevin N. Hume/The Examiner)
The state ordered SFUSD to come up with a plan for financial recovery but after a year of discussion, no plan has been presented. <ins>(Ekevara Kitpowsong/ Special to S.F. Examiner)</ins>

Can SF’s school district turn from death spiral to sea change?

What the impending state takeover of SFUSD means

The state ordered SFUSD to come up with a plan for financial recovery but after a year of discussion, no plan has been presented. <ins>(Ekevara Kitpowsong/ Special to S.F. Examiner)</ins>
San Francisco has a long history of welcoming the strays, the dreamers and those who headed west and ran out of country. How many times have you heard of someone who came for a visit and ended up living here for 30 years? (Jim Wilson/New York Times)

On sand dabs, City Hall, safe sites and why I call SF home

An introduction from new Examiner columnist C.W. Nevius

San Francisco has a long history of welcoming the strays, the dreamers and those who headed west and ran out of country. How many times have you heard of someone who came for a visit and ended up living here for 30 years? (Jim Wilson/New York Times)