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2/7/2014

The Winter Olympics are beginning right now in Sochi, Russia, with opening ceremonies set for today, to be followed by competitions with athletes from... More»

The Bohemian Club—a paradise for the working man.
2/6/2014

Though San Francisco has been a Democratic town... More»

1/29/2014

"It's hard to engage the public with the government. There's disconnect and apathy. So we asked, how can technology like mobile phones help?... More»

1/24/2014

On Tuesday, I took BART to City Hall and squeezed into a very crowded public hearing room to witness an argument I’ve watched so many times before... More»

Rain Dove Dubilewski
1/24/2014

On a bright winter morning, Sasha Fleischman dresses for school. White button-down shirt. Vintage silk bow tie. Gray pinstriped vest.... More»

1/23/2014

Could there have been a way to sidestep the tech and gentrification fueled class struggle brewing in San Francisco staring us in the face the whole time?... More»

An image from the flyer left by anti-Google protestors.
1/22/2014

Though anti-gentrification activists... More»

Tompkins Square
1/22/2014

The G-word is perhaps the most fraught one in our civic vocabulary. No, not Google, but gentrification. But two new academic studies highlighted on NPR this... More»

The Google Bus protest.
1/21/2014

If it's a weekday, it must be time for anti-gentrification activists to stand in front of the Google bus again. That's what it feels like today as the third... More»

The housing crisis that may not have been.
1/20/2014

  On October 22, an elderly married couple and their developmentally disabled 48-year-old daughter left their home of 34 years for the last... More»

Jeff Adachi
12/23/2013

“Jury acquits in case involving Snickers, alleged air freshener assault.” Is this: A) a headline from the Onion or B)... More»