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City College will appeal

"City College neither ignored nor fought ACCJC's recommendations, as many people wish we had."

Transforming Pride in our schools

It takes more than a one-time discussion or film screening to support queer youth

Developers should pay — on time

It's boom time -- a good moment to end bust-time business breaks 

When the Coastal Commission fails

"Fornicators" are far from the only losers in the Beach Chalet soccer complex deal

Tech workers aren’t all evil

Smashing the Google bus piñata was a bit much

Behind the attacks on City College

How's CCSF doing after last year's sanctions? The update you need to hear

The ride-share parasites

A cab driver makes the case against deregulation

Tech Bubble 2.0

Ah, but here we go again

The Pope’s political sins

Own up, Francis I: Where were you in the guerra sucia?

Time out by the Bay

The city should huddle to better examine the full-court press to land a mega-entertainment complex on the waterfront

Hacking the US debt

Johnny Venom wants us to consider the $1 trillion coin

More school security? Maybe not.

"The message that we're sending to our children is that the world is a place to be feared, a place where calculus won't do you any good -- but where a gun will"

Putting transit first

We are finally facing up to the reality that our declining transportation system hurts us all

The Muni vs. housing clash

Two recent meetings illustrate the difference between legislating based on people's needs and agency politics

A cab driver’s lament

Regulatory framework is to blame for a crappy cab system -- and companies that dodge safety guidelines aren't helping

Vote yes on fresh school meals

When we deny kids nutrition, we deny them a future

KCSM and the future of community TV

Buyers rejected for KCSM TV -- who will pick up public television for 60 NorCal cable systems?

The case for Prop F

Vote Yes and the city can update a dated water system

Another look at Olague

Yes, the mayor appointed her -- but look closer and you may find something to like about the D5 supervisor

The return of the ugly laws

Berkeley's proposed sit-lie law smacks of the old attempts to remove "undesirables" from our line of vision

The Aoki files

An author sticks up for his outing of a community activist as a FBI informant

Torture, for real

Giants fans, watching a close game ≠ the awful things that prisoners go through here in the United States

CEQA: We Need It

The right of average citizens to protect their environment may be at stake

Defending Richard Aoki — and the movement

A community activist gets labeled as an informant, but where's the evidence?