A San Francisco favoriteAs SF Weekly told you this morning, the notion that Mayor Ed Lee jumping in the race for mayor is becoming a reality. While he was selected as interim mayor earlier this year based solely on the fact that he would only be a "caretaker" who was committed to not running for ... More >>
The most powerful female politician in the country now teeters between long-term victory and instant defeat.
They have dominated state and local politics for 50 years. Now, for the first time, the future of their "family business" is in doubt.
An ambitious plan to relocate a historic pipe organ to the Embarcadero threatens nothing but sour notes
An annual conference that helps indie filmmakers finance their projects gets canceled -- for lack of funding
Are San Francisco International Airport managers running Honduras' airports? If so, why?
'Tis the season for Cosmic Justice for Japanese whale eaters, and many, many S.F. politicos
Runoff election; Fangxaminer Watch monitors amusing errors
Letters from November 1, 2000
Face it -- Props K and L both stink as ways to manage growth. But we have another option.
Don't re-elect supervisors who've done nothing -- zero, zip, nada -- to address our housing shortage
How Soon Is Now?; What He Did on His Vacation; A Cubicle of Her Own
It's political junkie reunion time at the first mayoral debate
Choke Hold on City Hall
Hometown thieves we'll tolerate, but not southern sexists
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?
Rose Tsai, Julie Lee, and the Neighbors' Association are set to tuck into a heaping helping of Willie Brown's majority
City pension fund could back bonds
For the media, Christian Lackner has equaled Critical Mass -- even though he's deeply disliked or feared by many cycling leaders
Although Mayor Brown's opening acts have impressed, he's also allowed more than a few rogue elephants under his Big Top. We begin our stampede watch.
The skateboarding community's unofficial lobbyist warns that crackdown proposals are self-defeating
Pols and bureaucrats thumb their noses at Proposition AA
Why is the Democratic Party elite backing an underqualified party operative for the local judiciary?
The most vituperative battle ever fought over the Presidio pits a handful of activists (and a certain weekly newspaper) against a local coalition of environmentalists, business, and the majority of elected officials. Is the congressional compromise to es