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The Race is On: Candidates for local Nov. 7 races

August 14, 2006
By Sarah Phelan Sixty-six took out papers. Forty-one filed, meaning that over one-third of the potential candidates in local races in the Nov. 7 election,...

Public power: step one

EDITORIAL Finally, after years of talk and a fair amount of delay, San Francisco is prepared to move forward and take a significant step...

Monopolies are forever

July 28, 2006
July 28, 2006 By Bruce B. Brugmann (henceforth to be known as B3 in this Bruce blog) Earlier this week I dropped by Christopher’s Books on Potrero...

Talk to me, dammit

July 10, 2006
Welcome to the Bruce Blog, where editor and publisher Bruce B. Brugmann (B3) will be giving you his thoughts on everything from his home...

Don’t give the tides to PG&E

EDITORIAL It's been three years since former supervisor Matt Gonzalez suggested that the city build a tidal energy plant, but the mayor is finally...

PG&E vs. Greenaction

Two press releases present a very different picture of what's going on at the Hunters Point power plant

The political puppeteer

February 4, 2004
Campaign attorney Jim Sutton has used his connections, legal knowledge, and aggressive strategies to become the go-to guy in San Francisco politics.

The political puppeteer

February 4, 2004
Campaign attorney Jim Sutton has used his connections, legal knowledge, and aggressive strategies to become the go-to guy in San Francisco politics.

SF’s economic future

Sometime early this spring, while most of Washington, D.C. was watching the cherry trees bloom and thinking about the impending Iran-contra hearings, a few...