When the outcome of the 2000 Presidential election remained uncertain weeks after the votes were cast, the media described this scenario as unprecendented in American history. The subsequent machinations that put George W. Bush in the White House were typically Read More »
The Assembly Housing and Community Development Committee voted 4-4 yesterday against legislation that would bar localities from restricting condo conversions. Based on the testimony, the entire purpose of the state bill was to preempt San Francisco’s condo-conversion limits.
With the Read More »
(Ed Note: Joe O’Donoghue of the Residential Builders Association has long been among San Francisco’s most controversial and powerful political figures. O’Donoghue is now planning to run for the seat of incumbent Supervisor Jake McGoldrick. He sat down with Beyond Read More »
After Mayor Newsom’s vetoed Supervisor Daly’santi-demolition legislation, proponents vowed to take the measure to the November ballot. Today, Daly will be joined by other notables in the official kickoff to the campaign.
San Franciscans from Chinatown to Park Merced fought Read More »
Working at the desk of an SRO hotel is indeed a unique experience. Certainly, someone with prior hotel experience at a regular hotel like the Fairmont, or even an ordinary tourist joint like Holiday Inns would find the lessons they Read More »