The video of power broker Rose Pak's triumphalist tongue-lashings of the city's elected officials as they rolled beneath her feet at the Chinese New Year's parade is enjoying its 15 minutes of Internet fame.Online commentators relish heaping scorn upon San Francisco when our attempts at progressive ... More >>
The Kentucky Derby of political-action committees backing Ed Lee's run for mayor has a new horse in the race: The SF Neighbor Alliance for Ed Lee for Mayor 2011. Founded in mid-September, the committee has somehow already spent more than $100,000 - almost 20 percent of the amount spent by the act ... More >>
Finally SpeaksApparently, City Administrator Ed Lee is taking calls -- just not from progressive supervisors. As the Examiner reports today, Lee's buddies in Chinatown broke the news that he will take the job as Mayor Gavin Newsom's successor -- if he has to. Gordon Chin, executive di ... More >>
Voting by race has made the city's political representation more Asian. It could be what puts 33-year-old Jane Kim on the board of supervisors.
No longer welcome in Chinatown...Grant Avenue, San Francisco's oldest thoroughfare, would be a lot more pleasant without cars, SFStreetsBlog quoted local merchants with a keen grasp of the obvious as saying.Streetsblog reporter Michael Rhodes last weekend attended a Chinatown festival celebrating ... More >>
You don't have to be a tourist to be entranced by a tour of old Chinatown's alleys
Chinatown Community Development Center's Youth-Led Underground Tours
Rose Tsai, Julie Lee, and the Neighbors' Association are set to tuck into a heaping helping of Willie Brown's majority