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The next big fight

Supervisors seek to prioritize affordable housing in the eastern neighborhoods

The Business of Dirty Nukes

November 15, 2006
By Sarah Phelan In the war on terror, even cats are suspect. Or at least their kitty litter is. That’s because of trace amounts of uranium...

And now Mike Lacey goes to Seattle. A former Seattle Weekly political columnist charges that the Weekly’s pre-election...

November 9, 2006
Repeating: whenever the Voice/New Times buys a paper, there is usually some sort of signature bloodbath when Editor Lacey and Publisher Larkin begin to...

Casting off

New Alcatraz ferry service leaves unions, environmentalists, and city officials fuming on the dock

A vote on Oak to Ninth

In just 30 days, the Oak to Ninth Referendum Committee collected the signatures of 25,068 Oakland residents who want a chance to vote on...


› tredmond@sfbg.com I was out of town when Sue Bierman died Aug. 6, her car crashing into a Dumpster near her Haight Ashbury home, in...


SEPT. 2–4 Art and Soul Oakland Frank Ogawa Plaza and City Center, 14th St and Clay, Oakl; (510) 444-CITY, www.artandsouloakland.com. 11am-6pm. $5. The sixth incarnation...

Thinking outside the pipe

OPINION Although it's named the SF Sewer System Master Plan Project, San Francisco's long-term wastewater program deals with a lot more than sewage. It...

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Welcome to our dining listings, a detailed guide by neighborhood of some great places to grab a bite, hang out with friends, or impress...

A tale of two museums

The Presidio Trust's choice between the California Indian Museum and Cultural Center and the Disney Museum speaks volumes about what's happening in San Francisco's national park

A present from the past

Colter Jacobsen uses a pencil to turn old photos into "Your Future"


June 27, 2006
The Fourth of July listings were compiled by Joseph DeFranceschi and Duncan Scott Davidson. All events take place on July 4 unless otherwise noted. Fireworks...

For bicyclists, some good news…

City aims to open up its hidden waterfront with trails, parks, and art

Pier review

Burning Man art and a sense of how far the Embarcadero has come awaken the new Pier 14

The right housing fees

EDITORIAL The San Francisco Chronicle has finally noticed what we reported a month ago: The Board of Supervisors has effectively put in place a...

Does Mills make sense?

October 21, 2005
Peskin measure gives supervisors an early say over a controversial waterfront development

Does Mills make sense?

Peskin measure gives supervisors an early say over a controversial waterfront development

Street fairs and fall festivals

IF YOU'VE been wondering where all the headline acts and theater companies go in that long gloomy stretch before the fall season, take a...

Bay Guardian wins awards

The Bay Guardian has won two prizes in the National Newspaper Association's 1987 National Better Newspaper Contest. Bay Guardian reporter and columnist Tim Redmond won...