Demand Honesty on Homeowner Zoning Profits

Posted June 29, 2021 by

Zoning Reformers are True Neighborhood Champions Culver City’s June 23, 2021 zoning hearing sounded a lot like what we have heard in Cambridge, Seattle and “blue” cities in-between: longtime homeowners  mobilizing to preserve exclusionary land use laws that increase their
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When Will San Francisco Really Reopen?

Posted June 29, 2021 by

Small Businesses Need Reopened Government Buildings If you visit San Francisco’s Civic Center, Mid-Market or downtown, you might wonder whether you only imagined Governor Newsom’s June 15 announcement “reopening” California. These virtual ghost neighborhoods still await the return of the
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San Francisco’s Toxic Political Culture

Posted June 22, 2021 by

Activists Also Need Code of Conduct San Francisco politics is no joyride. Its toxicity goes well beyond “bullying” by City Hall officials. That a progressive activist recently felt entitled to steal school recall petitions reflects a city that often rewards
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“Censor”–Review

Posted June 22, 2021 by

Prano Bailey-Bond’s film “Censor” inhabits several emotional nether spheres with varying degrees of residency.  Its setting is the outskirts of the world of extremely violent thrillers.  It may not be the world of Dario Argento’s or Lucio Fulci’s more artful
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