Uh, that'd be us. And we're paying for it, too. The Bay Citizen this past weekend followed up on our series of scoops begun in February about Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger's rotten deal to sell prize California government buildings for an upfront payment, and then lease them back at exorbitant cost. ... More >>
But there are many bad ideas to go 'round...Investigation reveals plan to patch budget shortfall by selling California buildings includes hidden deal-sweeteners that gouge taxpayersIn March we reported that the state of California fired a San Francisco official who protested a plan to raise money ... More >>
By most accounts, David Kessler's four years as UCSF's medical school dean were a rip-roaring success. So why was he fired?
DiFi's husband and the Giants' owner should resolve to do better in the coming year
In its struggle for cable eyeballs, Al Gore's S.F.-based Current TV is off to a rocky start
Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger launches an attack on CalPERS. The giant pension fund's Democratic allies aren't taking it lying down
Uniquely positioned to exert positive influence on public debate, San Francisco's business lobbies instead choose to act like, well, assholes
Al Gore and ex-Stanford prof Joel Hyatt say their S.F.-based cable news channel for twentysomethings won't be ideological. But do the Democratic moneymen behind the venture know that?
On a horse, of course
How the SFO construction program went $1 billion over budget. Yes, billion. With a B.
Why the tacky political giveaway called Pier 39 shouldn't be used as a model for the coming redevelopment of San Francisco's waterfront
Megamillionaire Al Checchi thinks he piloted Northwest Airlines so well that you should elect him governor. Actually, he sucked in public subsidies, strong-armed unions, reneged on promises -- and still almost flew the firm into the ground.