An African American SFPD cop is alleging that three of his fellow officers beat him up last night in what the NAACP is labeling "racial profiling." According to SFPD, the incident took place at 8:30 p.m. on Thursday in the Bayview District between Third Street and Newcomb Avenue during a traffic st ... More >>
Members of the African-American community already had big plans to hold its "Occupy Dream" rally today to recognize the April 4, 1968, assassination of Martin Luther King Jr. But sadly, the group has yet another more reason to draw attention to their cause: The recent string of gun violence among Sa ... More >>
They must have toured by busU.S. Airways' decision to kick a football player wearing sagging pants off one of its planes in San Francisco is provoking the ire of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People, which says that the move was racist.Deshon Marman, a black college foot ... More >>
The Rev. Moon has opened an unexpected front in his struggle to win a broader audience for his messianic pretensions: African-American churches and their preachers
Is outgoing school Superintendent Arlene Ackerman worth a huge severance package and $45,000 in credit card charges? Find out where you stand!
Prosecutors' reluctance to charge murder suspects in S.F. leaves alleged killers on the street, flush with bravado
It's often embarrassing to be a middle-class Caucasian in San Francisco. Last week it was excruciating.
In answer to the Chronicle, we submit our own list of things that make us cry
Willie Brown to S.F.: You're racist. Racist racist racist racist racist racist racist. Biased, too.
They have dominated state and local politics for 50 years. Now, for the first time, the future of their "family business" is in doubt.
Ignore the trumped-up complaining; it is time to throw the bums out of the Housing Authority
Are San Francisco International Airport managers running Honduras' airports? If so, why?
Hip hop show in memory of Ken Hamilton; music in Matt Gonzalez's office
'Tis the season for Cosmic Justice for Japanese whale eaters, and many, many S.F. politicos
Runoff election; Fangxaminer Watch monitors amusing errors
You know, there's an election -- hey! -- we said there's a local election coming up
Letters from November 1, 2000
Face it -- Props K and L both stink as ways to manage growth. But we have another option.
Fangxaminer; Mourning the Passing of the Arts; Looking for the New Bohemia
Don't re-elect supervisors who've done nothing -- zero, zip, nada -- to address our housing shortage
What's Red and White and Black all over: A leftist weekly insults a liberal black politician
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Inflamed by crime, drugs, and rising rents, Tenderloin residents are now launching lawsuits to clean up the city's dumping ground
A Bayview neighborhood squares off against Cecil Williams
Proposition J promises medical insurance for everyone in San Francisco. It's a laudable goal -- but do you really want Willie Brown doctoring your insurance premiums?