A lawsuit against the city highlights an affordable-housing program's decades of mismanagement — and the middle-class homeowners who lost out as a result.
Gavin Newsom has a plan to clean up the Bayview in five years. If only his programs were working as well as his PR machine.
Week of Wednesday, September 14, 2005
Shawn Richard got the city to give jobs to alleged gang leaders. If anyone can make such a program work, it's ...THE LIFESAVER
Contractors accuse the Examiner's owners of not paying their bills
After years of delays and millions in public funds, Brava opened its inaugural season in a still unfinished theater
Many blacks in Bayview/Hunters Point say they feel ignored by the mayor. In this election, they are returning the favor.
A strange mix of art, politics, and economic policy stalls renovation of the York Theater and revitalization of the Mission District
Sixteen years ago, Randy Shaw started a housing clinic with $50 and a good idea: educating tenants. Now he's got more than $900,000 a year to spend -- and clout to match.