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If passed, the measure would analyze local funds to make sure none were being used to support the federal government's prejudicial agenda, and would add a layer of protection to S.F.'s status as a Sanctuary City.
The goal started at $1,500, but the viral fundraiser quickly drew millions of dollars in support.
The Board of Supervisors was awash with concerns over an eight-story housing development, and upheld an appeal to hamper the laundromat conversion.
The ordinance builds on an Ed Lee directive to speed up housing production.
First produced in 1978 — nearly 20 years before the end of apartheid rule in South Africa — Athol Fugard's play still resonates as an indictment of totalitarian states.
An expertly curated roundup of how best to sidestep boredom this week.
Damn, that's some top-notch trolling. That bobblehead looks pissed.
The subterranean Union Square bar and its three bowling lanes are ready to serve you, right next to the brand-new venue August Hall.