Latino Votes Key to 2016 Senate Races

Posted December 15, 2015 by David F. Damore

The last three election cycles produced significant volatility in the composition of the US Senate. In 2014, the GOP netted nine seats to secure its current 55 to 45 majority, while in 2012 the Democrats picked-up two seats to sustain
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Rent Control Wars Move to San Leandro

Posted December 15, 2015 by Steven Tavares

After months of public comment and vetting, the San Leandro City Council approved this week new regulations for its Rent Review Board. The changes include lowering the threshold for tenants to protest rent increases along with the opportunity for renters
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Will Chief Suhr Survive?

Posted December 14, 2015 by

San Francisco Police Chief Greg Suhr is the most popular chief among rank and file officers in the city’s modern history. He is unusually popular for two reasons. First, having risen from Tenderloin beat cop to become Chief he knows
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West Coast Mayors Create Alliance to Address Homelessness

Posted December 14, 2015 by Sara Hottman

Mayors from five West Coast cities today announced the creation of an alliance of West Coast mayors united in addressing the growing crisis of homelessness. The alliance was developed during the first West Coast Mayors Summit, a two-day convening of
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The Mike Stern Band Comes to Yoshi’s

Posted December 10, 2015 by

“One of the most esteemed electric guitarists of his generation, Mike Stern has distinguished himself over a four-decade career that has encompassed musical partnerships with Blood, Sweat & Tears, Billy Cobham, Miles Davis, Jaco Pastorius, the Brecker Brothers and Joe
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Little Saigon’s Bright Future

Posted December 10, 2015 by

The Tenderloin’s Little Saigon district (Larkin between Eddy and O’Farrell) had a bounce back year in 2015 and its future is bright. All of these positives occurred this year: *The Mayor’s Office approved $35,000 in funding for new lighting on
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