Many a library patron has faced a financial penalty for borrowing material and failing to return it. Now San Francisco's top librarian can identify with them just a little more. Luis Herrera, San Francisco's city librarian, is slated to be fined $600 by the state's Fair Political Practices Committee ... More >>
'Great catch, guys...'Running on adrenalin apparently left over from this morning's Bill Clinton endorsement, Gavin Newsom's crack campaign staff wasted no time in slapping back at an SF Weekly blog item, which had alleged a vast political conspiracy with San Francisco's mayor at its center. The ... More >>
The excitement stops here. I know ... I know ... that today's the day Gubernatorial Candidate Gavin Newsom releases his budget for San Francisco (a California city he occasionally resides in for campaign purposes). And I know that, when he does, we're all going to die a little. I know. But ... More >>
A famed Mexican artist painted six murals for the 1939 World's Fair in S.F. One famously disappeared. The others have practically been ignored.
Local promoters take a big risk to give S.F. a music fest that will restore the city's cool cred
Local officials are resisting a federal takeover of the Housing Authority. They should stop.
The fill below Treasure Island is filled with dangerous toxins left by the Navy
Tony Hall's firing casts the spotlight on a real estate mega-deal that slogs along under a veil of secrecy
DISCUSSED IN THIS REVIEW: Cons, Scams & Grifts, 2001, Mysterious Press, Confidence, 2003, Lion's Gate Films What Should I Do With My Life?, 2002, Random House