The governor's pledge not to raise taxes demonstrates that at heart he's a George W. Bush Republican
The expansion of tribal gaming has seen an increase in the number of human and civil rights violations
Yellow Swans' Gabriel Mindel Saloman (left) and Pete Swanson. By Gabriel Mindel Saloman Here are five more musical selections for 2007. See www.sfbg.com for the rest....
A downtown ally is building a new home. It's also trying to create a new image
Luxury condos in this city are like jails and freeways: you build them, they fill up
There's a real chance to fix Muni -- but a simplistic downtown campaign for more parking and less government is trying to derail it
After losing in court, big corporations are pushing city policy makers to exempt them from paying hotel taxes
Elliott Sclar, economics professor at Columbia University and the author of You Don't Always Get What You Pay For: The Economics of Privatization is...
Ronald Reagan started dismantling government 25 years ago, but his privatization legacy is alive and growing -- even in San Francisco
Tim Redmond recently reviewed former labor secretary Robert Reich's new book Supercapitalism -- below, he talks to Reich about economics, industry, and the pervasive...
So the folks at SFist have decided that we're all commies over here because we think it's okay to tax the rich and...
Slate has a great piece by Tim Wu, author of "Who Owns the Internet," that points out why Mayor Newsom's public-private partnership idea for...
The death of circuit, Energy 92.7 FM, and the new queer dance floor diaspora
Time to turn our housing policy upside down
Sweet on unreleased-in-the-US Candie Payne. By Todd Lavoie Look, I know America is supposed to be the land of infinite choice and all - y’know, 287...
Recycling water, under the radar
Golden records in outer space
Body horror meister David Cronenberg forges Eastern Promises
The top 10 big stories the US news media missed in the past year
One word: beets
Deregulation and industry greed are wiping out a form of old technology that's a critical lifeline
By Tim Redmond Just in case anyone out there is still wondering about the basic economics of the oil industry: When you raise the price...
How deregulation and Wal-Mart poison the Port of Oakland's neighbors and force poverty wages on its truckers
Global warming has suddenly put nukes back on the agenda but there's a lot the industry isn't telling you