Former S.F. Democratic Chair Accuses Peskin, Daly of Orchestrating 'Smear Campaign' In Elaborate Ploy to Consolidate Grasp of Local Party

Former San Francisco Democratic Party chair Scott Wiener laid it all on…

    Tue Apr 21st, 2009 4:30pm By Joe Eskenazi

City Source: Making Supes' Presidential Dais Handicapped Accessible Would Cost a Fortune

Yesterday, we checked up on the status of the so-called Million-Dollar Ramp…

    Wed Apr 15th, 2009 6:30am By Joe Eskenazi

So, What's the Status of that $1.1 Million Ramp Michela Alioto-Pier Was So Fired Up About?

After the shit hits the fan, it's mordantly entertaining to look back…

    Tue Apr 14th, 2009 6:30am By Joe Eskenazi

Bidness as Usual

Firm that won $26 million contract donated to campaigns tied to supervisors…

    Wed Mar 18th, 2009 4:00am By Benjamin Wachs

A 'Gold Mine' Denied: Ethics Commission Spurns Rule Changes That Would Have Eased Big Donations — For Now

Like a bloody steak, the Ethics Commission earlier this week sent back…

    Wed Feb 11th, 2009 12:00am By Joe Eskenazi

Preventive Medicine: How S.F. Politicos Saved The World

Now that Wall Street investments have collapsed in value, it's fair to…

    Mon Jan 19th, 2009 7:30am By Matt Smith

The recession is hurting A.C.T. and others

On December 14, I received an e-mail from a theater director friend.…

    Wed Dec 31st, 2008 4:00am By Chloe Veltman

SF Weekly Letters

More “Drama” Life's not a (North) beach: In regards to John Geluardi's…

Precious Cargo

S.F.'s planning cults foolishly believe the city's industrial past can be preserved.

    Wed Dec 10th, 2008 4:00am By Matt Smith

The Day The Music [Subsidy] Died — Peskin to Take Symphony Off Dole

By Matt Smith SF Weekly wasn't the only one annoyed to discover…

    Fri Dec 5th, 2008 12:55pm By Matt Smith