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3/24/2017

  Standing in the back room of Kezar Pub, Wallace Leite is in high spirits. Leite, a Brazilian with curly black hair, is... More»

3/23/2017

  Bob Myers sweeps into the basketball operations suite at Oracle Arena, his lean, six-foot-seven-inch body wrapped in a soft... More»

3/23/2017

  Editor’s Note: This is one of several stories about the future of our metropolis, which San Francisco is... More»

3/22/2017

Of the seven candidates in the 2018 governor’s race, six are men, and all are perhaps better known than Delaine Eastin, the former state... More»

3/16/2017

  The day after Donald Trump’s election victory, Monica Lundy’s mind kept returning to immigration. “So many of my friends... More»

2/28/2017

For four years now, former L.A. mayor Antonio Villaraigosa, a Democrat, has been out of office, out of mind—not a good launching pad for the 2018... More»

2/24/2017

  Carmen Brito lived in the Ghost Ship for almost exactly a year, until the deadliest fire in Oakland history destroyed it.... More»

2/22/2017

  Over the seven months following the May 2016 resignation of SFPD chief Greg Suhr, members of the city’s Police... More»

2/21/2017

As a candidate for governor in 2018, State Treasurer John Chiang faces a field of candidates both more charismatic and more well known, from Lieutenant... More»

2/20/2017

  On January 26, they were normal people with jobs. On January 27, the day President Trump signed an executive order banning... More»

2/17/2017

  With all of the actual fascistic behavior going on in America lately, politicians ought to tread carefully when tossing... More»