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Small Business Awards 2007: A salute to small business

Presenting our third annual Small Business Awards, honoring the local entrepreneurs who invigorate our neighborhoods and drive our economy

UC Extension project a bad deal

Exactly 13 out of the 85 units of LGBT housing would be available to anyone who isn't wealthy

Truth about the eastern neighborhoods

San Francisco is one of the world's great cities, but it isn't very big

The big housing lie

Failing to meet the requirement that 64 percent of new housing be affordable

The corporation that ate San Francisco

Lennar's failures at Hunters Point Shipyard highlight the risk of putting the Bay Area's prime real estate into the hands of profit-driven developers

San Francisco’s erupting skyline

Why erect higher barricades?

Sink or swim

For two decades, local climate change experts have been warning what rising sea levels would mean for the Bay Area. So why doesn't San Francisco even have a flood map?

The next mad rush to the sky

Ugly canyons everywhere! With the latest San Francisco construction boom, history repeats itself

Too many big buildings

Housing is now being stuffed into downtown blocks, more than 7,000 units in the stretch running from Market Street to the Bay Bridge. This...

Investigate the Presidio’s money

EDITORIAL National parks are places where wildlife is preserved, saved, encouraged. The trend in parks these days is to expand the ecological mix; the...

Editor’s Notes

The City's 250K economic development plan may be coming close to missing the point

Pass Maxwell’s housing bill

San Francisco doesn't need to build more housing that's totally out of sync with what residents and small businesses need.

Uncommon Knowledge at the Roxie, Thursday

What’s up with UC Berkeley Extension in SF? By sarah Phelan It’s not common knowledge that the UC Regents are proposing to close UC Berkeley Extension’s...

Uncommon Knowledge at the Roxie, Thursday

What’s up with UC Berkeley Extension in SF? By sarah Phelan It’s not common knowledge that the UC Regents are proposing to close UC Berkeley Extension’s...

Uncommon Knowledge at the Roxie, Thursday night

What’s up with UC Berkeley Extension in SF? By sarah Phelan It’s not common knowledge that the UC Regents are proposing to close UC Berkeley Extension’s...

Quality of life

By Tim Redmond I'm usually not much for political speeches, but Chris Daly has a really nice riff on quality of life in this video...

Editors notes

The Prop. 90 problem

The terror of Prop. 90

OPINION San Francisco could see an end to rent control — and minimum-wage requirements and a lot of zoning regulation and environmental protection laws...

Live bait

The secret life of warehouse shows

Here comes Miami Beach

A South Florida developer wants to turn the quiet coastal community of Pacifica into a glitzy retreat for the Bay Area's richest residents

Behind the redevelopment initiative

By Tim Redmond I just said something nice about Randy Shaw, so it's time to slap him a fast one. The big story in today's...

Saving local industry

EDITORIAL It's almost an axiom in San Francisco planning policy: High-end housing drives out industry. That's only logical: When people buy million-dollar condos, they...

The rent-control lie

By Tim Redmond I've been hearing this shit now for more than 20 years: Landlords say the reason there's no new rental housing built in...

Fair fees for rich developers

EDITORIAL The information that emerged from the Board of Supervisors’ Land Use Committee on July 12 was mind-bending: According to a new city report,...