News San Francisco Police officers stand guard outside SFPD headquarters along Third Street in Mission Bay as hundreds of students arrive during a Black Lives Matter march on Thursday, June 11, 2020. (Kevin N. Hume/SF Weekly) San Francisco Police officers stand guard outside SFPD headquarters along Third Street in Mission Bay as hundreds of students arrive during a Black Lives Matter march on Thursday, June 11, 2020. (Kevin N. Hume/SF Weekly)

Is San Francisco Re-Funding the Police?

Last summer, Mayor Breed promised to reallocate $120 million from law enforcement to the Black community. That’s no longer the plan.

By Benjamin Schneider and Veronica Irwin
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Raymond Saunders Looks Back
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Pirates of the Bay
Jobs Return, Restaurants Struggle to Hire

Some blame bolstered unemployment benefits, but others say service industry jobs don’t pay workers enough to live in the city.

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Back to the Big Screen: ‘The Dry’ & ‘Cruella’

Returning to the movies after more than a year, I discovered that I missed both the art house and the megaplex.

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Stern Grove Unveils Wildly Diverse Lineup

Too $hort, Perfume Genius, Thundercat, Joan Jett among the bevy of artists to perform in free concert series.

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Who Owns the Works of Banksy?

The producers of ‘Immersive Van Gogh’ invite fans of the iconic street artist to fork over cash to view privately held pieces.

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Meet the New Boss…

There’s a new sheriff in town! Plus, what’s up with vaccine hesitancy in the cannabis industry?

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Desi Danganan on Reviving SoMa’s Filipino Neighborhood

Through Kapwa Gardens and Balay Kreative the community advocate and serial entrepreneur seeks to find a home for a twice-displaced community.

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SF Playhouse Reopens with ‘Truths’

One of the first in-door theater productions in a year is a timely reminder of government-sanctioned anti-Asian racism.

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Can We Share Joints Again?

We asked leading infectious disease experts a burning question about whether it’s safe for fully vaccinated people to share joints, bowls, and bongs again.

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