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Racing for solutions

Candidates running in District 10 debate the myriad problems facing southeast San Francisco

Science of inclusion

CAREERS + ED As Big Tech struggles with diversity, women find support and fellowship in the biotech industry.

The age of the brogrammer

Solving tech's diversity problem may be a key to saving San Francisco

Standing Up for Children Exposed to Trauma

By Suzy Loftus OPINION Sasha's only 9 years old, but she has already experienced significant trauma and adversity. Whenever her father drank too much,...

Based on Earth

Thinking ahead to 2050, voyaging solo across the Pacific, celebrating earth Day ... Our new environmental column looks at how we're living within the natural world

Fresh out

Not all neighborhoods are equal when it comes to healthy food access

Homeless for the holidays

Changing demographics in the Bayview complicate city efforts to open a shelter there

BEST OF THE BAY 2013: LOCAL HEROES

October 16, 2013
Bruce Brugmann, Jean Dibble, and Tim RedmondThe San Francisco Bay Guardian — which has had a significant impact on the Bay Area's cultural and...

Call to action issued at San Francisco vigil for Trayvon Martin

July 18, 2013
A group of African American community leaders gathered outside San Francisco City Hall July 16 for a rally and candlelight vigil in memory of...

Community awaits benefits as Lennar finally breaks ground in Hunters Point

More than five years after San Francisco voters approved a massive redevelopment plan for the Hunters Point Shipyard and much the southeast part of...

Planning for displacement

Regional planners want to put 280,000 more people into San Francisco — and they admit that many current residents will have to leave

Small Business Awards 2013: Universal Martial Arts

The winners of our Community Service Award teach cops how to serve and protect, safely

T-Third passengers unhappy about train service disruptions

Around 20 residents from San Francisco’s Bayview neighborhood lined up at the San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency board meeting May 7 to voice complaints...

Hectic days in SFPD’s officer-involved shooting unit

March 19, 2013
Apparently, the one San Francisco Police Department sergeant tasked with investigating officer-involved shootings has been busy. Yesterday morning, the Guardian received an email from...

On 67th anniversary of bombs in Japan, nuclear energy challenged

August 8, 2012
An hour before the Chevron refinery in Richmond started to burn, Bay Area residents were demonstrating against a different type of energy that posed...

Morning Muni shutdown commemorates death of Kenneth Harding, Jr.

July 16, 2012
More than 50 protesters disrupted Muni service for about an hour this morning before peacefully leaving to march down Market, in commemoration of the...

Thick petition against a big project

June 25, 2012
My old friend Sue Hestor stopped by my house June 24 to ask if any of my neighbors might want to sign the referendum...

Does Malia Cohen want to dump Potrero Hill?

March 30, 2012
Since the dawn of district elections in the 1970s, Potrero Hill and Bayview have been part of the same district. Of the four supervisors...

Four hours in Mendell Plaza

March 28, 2012
Everyone stops what they were doing and ducks behind the plastic tables set up on the sidewalk. Flyers and  packaging rustle in the wind....

Following court ruling, SF Redevelopment seeks a “legislative fix”

December 29, 2011
Redevelopment agencies were dealt a statewide hit after a unanimous ruling Dec. 29 by the California Supreme Court decided not only that lawmakers had...

On the Cheap Listings

December 27, 2011
Submit items for the listings at listings@sfbg.com. For further information on how to submit items for the listings, see Picks. WEDNESDAY 28 Glen Canyon habitat restoration...

All backed up

City begins to rectify chronic problems with overflowing sewers after settling a lawsuit

Dickens and drag queens and dreidels (oh my!)

HOLIDAY GUIDE 2011: Guide your sleigh's runners towards these concerts, parties, bazaars, and bizarre

Endorsements 2011

Avalos for mayor. Mirkarimi for sheriff. Onek for district attorney. Yes on C, No on D, E, and F ... complete endorsements for the San Francisco election