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Past articles by Alex:

Bay Area man says he was ready to die to build his luxury housing

Sunnyvale developer Navneet Aron, who complained of bureaucratic difficulties for his housing plan, embarked on an eight-day hunger strike. → Read More

Pelosi-backed bill may spur SF supervisors' condemnation

Tuesday, San Francisco Board of Supervisors member Dean Preston condemned Congress' "horrors of socialism" resolution as "blatant red-baiting overreach." → Read More

City of Oakland hit with ransomware attack, severity unknown

On Friday, a city of Oakland spokesperson confirmed that the city is the target of an ongoing ransomware attack, the severity and scope of which is unclear. → Read More

Bay Area towns mull 'disturbing' plan to avoid new housing

The Bay Area towns of Hillsborough and Woodside are openly weighing whether to use developmentally disabled adults as a low-income-housing loophole. → Read More

SF's Market Street makeover underway, but with caveats

Phase one of upgrades to San Francisco's Market Street has begun at a cost of $60 million, far less than what was originally budgeted by city agencies. → Read More

Atherton adopts housing plan over Steph Curry complaints

All this hand-wringing over 348 units of housing by 2031. → Read More

These San Francisco homes sold for under $1M in January

Featuring a rare Outer Richmond sale for (barely) under seven figures. → Read More

Purdy is 49ers' QB, Trey Lance a 'mistake,' says ESPN pundit

On Friday's "First Take," Ryan Clark said what 49ers fans are increasingly accepting. → Read More

Alleged liar George Santos had backing from FTX executives

Two FTX executives with sparse political donations, one of whom resides in the Bay Area, gave big to Rep. Santos, according to FEC filings. → Read More

Twitter sued for not paying rent at San Francisco HQ

For the third time this month, Twitter has been sued for nonpayment. → Read More

Supe calls for affordable housing at 6 San Francisco sites

Supervisor Dean Preston says San Francisco's District 5 can add at least 1,254 units of affordable housing, including at Biergarten. → Read More

San Francisco Catholic school set to close after 75 years

St. Thomas the Apostle is the latest Catholic school in the San Francisco Bay Area to announce that it's closing down. → Read More

Musk's Twitter sued yet again, this time by Bay Area company

Twitter allegedly stopped paying Canary Marketing after Elon Musk's arrival. → Read More

Feds deny grant money Oakland was counting on to keep A's around

Oakland wasn't awarded any of the $180 million that would've gone to waterfront improvements, including infrastructure at Howard Terminal development. → Read More

San Francisco isn’t doing enough to stop supercharged floods

Recent winter storms and flooding show San Francisco's antiquated sewers won't be saved by civic duty and Adopt-a-Drain — only major investments. → Read More

Despite court order, SF sweeps homeless camps amid storms

The city of San Francisco is carrying out homeless encampment sweeps even after a preliminary injunction, according to a new court filing. → Read More

Twitter sued for not paying rent at San Francisco office

Twitter's lease at 650 California St. is supposed to run until early 2025. → Read More

These are among San Francisco's cheapest homes sold in 2022

Not many homes sold for under $1 million, but these did. → Read More

Twitter's San Francisco HQ reportedly a hub of gross smell

Twitter CEO Elon Musk is disrupting the tech sector by cutting janitorial costs and making offices smell bad, according to the New York Times. → Read More

San Francisco's Bolerium Books is a thriving hidden gem

Since 1985, Bolerium Books has served as a staple of San Francisco's Mission District, a leftist haven full of titles about American social movements. → Read More