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Endorsements 2014

Vote to give Muni more money, raise the minimum wage, discourage real estate speculation, and send Campos to Sacramento

Tenants face absurd lawsuits as “low-fault” evictions increase

September 15, 2014
An annual report issued by the Eviction Defense Collaborative (EDC) highlights some of the outrageous reasons landlords use to evict tenants. Since 2009, EDC...

Racing for solutions

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

Lee and Pelosi talk middle class jobs in unequal SF

August 13, 2014
House minority leader Nancy Pelosi (D-SF) joined Mayor Ed Lee at a press conference yesterday at Yerba Buena across from the construction site...

San Francisco rent explosion: Median rent for two-bedroom apartment tops $4K

Hold onto your butts, a new study on San Francisco's rental market (yes another one) reveals the city's newest most expensive neighborhoods. Priceonomics went pretty...

Science of inclusion

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

King of the commons

Departing director of Sunday Streets made community organizing the key to opening up public space

The age of the brogrammer

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

Events: July 2 – 8, 2014

July 2, 2014
Listings are compiled by Guardian staff. Submit items for the listings at listings@sfbg.com. For further information on how to submit items for the listings,...

Painting with more colors

Study finds city arts funding disproportionately goes to arts created by and attended by white people

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,...

Trouble Coffee

Guardian Small Business Award winner that makes $4 toast isn't really a gentrifier

The shaman, the oracle, and the engineer

Sleep Genius bands are pushing boundaries — and proving the Bay Area underground is alive and well

Rep Clock: April 23 – 29, 2014

April 22, 2014
Schedules are for Wed/23-Tue/29 except where noted. Director and year are given when available. Double and triple features marked with a •. All times...

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

Crime and politics

How an FBI probe of organized crime in Chinatown took down a senator and well-connected political consultant

Cap and frown

SFUSD considers allowing hats in schools, ending a policy discouraging cultural indicators

San Francisco’s untouchables

Is San Francisco trying to help the homeless -- or drive them away?

Bicycling and equity: Heed the call, expand the movement

Street Fight covers the National Bike Summit and its outreach to women and minorities

Soda tax is social justice issue

Eric.L.Mar@sfgov.org, John.Avalos@sfgov.org, tom@tomammiano.comOPINIONWe are fighting for a soda tax because public health leaders have sounded the alarm that sugary drinks are a serious threat to...

SFBG Wrap

Google buses, library targets the homeless, and Kelly takes on Cohen in D10

Muni fare shakedown

Update: Just a day after the release of this article, advocacy group POWER announced that Google pledged to pay for Free Muni For Youth for...

Kelly challenges Cohen in D10

February 18, 2014
After being narrowly edged out in the race for the District 10 seat on the Board of Supervisors four years ago, Potrero Hill political...

The price of growth

Development is booming in the eastern neighborhoods, but the money isn't there to cover the infrastructure needed to serve it