Opinion

Youths leading fight against sugary drinks

When I trained at San Francisco General Hospital in the early 1990s,…

City of fire and resilience

I hear fire engines in the distance. With that, I am instantly…

Move to ban e-cigs stifles innovation

California lawmakers aren’t afraid of innovation, or so they say. Members of…

Unisex restrooms needed citywide

It was shocking — yes, shocking — when the TV show "Ally…

For a prosperous future, the focus needs to be on education and talent

As a global economic powerhouse, San Francisco has experienced remarkable prosperity over…

Letters: Let citizens have their say

➤ "S.F. height limits having impact across state," The City, Jan. 15…

Californians deserve less smog, cleaner air

Looking across San Francisco Bay can be an alarming sight. Many days,…

Meeting the City’s Housing Balance Mandate Takes Real Money!

If San Francisco is to maintain its essential character and diversity as…

Letters: Disposal bill will do little

"County wants drug firms to pay for disposal," Peninsula, Jan. 14 Disposal…

Moving toward a city for everyone

Walk into any restaurant, shop or park in San Francisco and take…

Don't mislead youths on reproductive health

San Francisco takes many measures to educate and inform its young people…

Letters: Losing another piece of history

"Last stop for Freedom Train," The City, Monday Losing another piece of…

Don’t let them silence the voice of the voters

The power of individual citizens to place measures before their fellow San…

SF appeal threatens protections for the disabled

A movement against police brutality has been steadily building in this country…

Golden Gate Bridge median is a great step for safety; now it is time to build suicide barrier

The Golden Gate Bridge, one of San Francisco's most famous icons and…

Working together as a city to fight racism, poverty and homelessness

This weekend, as we celebrate Martin Luther King Day, it is important…

Letters: Homeless plan hurts elderly

"Housing wait list is briefly opened," The City, Tuesday Homeless plan hurts…

Why Kaiser psych workers are striking

Even after state regulators fined Kaiser Permanente $4 million for systemically understaffing…

Let's show that our city really 'knows how'

One hundred years ago, the people of San Francisco came together to…

For The City in 2015, there is work to do

New Year's Day brings the illusion of a fresh start. We have…