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Hear that? It’s the sound of the San Francisco Symphony setting itself on fire

A music director fleeing town, labor friction with artists, and confusion over what it stands for: A shocking portrait of an artistic organization adrift.

Demolish the Central Freeway. Build homes, parks and transit

If City Hall is serious about meeting state housing mandates of 82,000 new homes by 2031 it should take a hard look at Vision Blvd.

Cops don’t want to stop sideshows, leave the Trump techies alone: readers respond

Ignoring sideshows is a political act by police departments to create an atmosphere of lawlessness even as crime rates decline.

Could churches be the accelerant San Francisco needs to fast-track housing?

One church endured more than 10 years of city bureaucracy to build affordable housing on its land. A new YIGBY law could be a game changer.