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A supes committee heard a report Monday that contains some of the most important information about the housing crisis that I’ve seen in a while, and it utterly undercuts the entire Yimby narrative. But other than MissionLocal, the news media outlets have largely ignored it. The report answers a...
As this year rapidly winds down, we’re back with another essentially Bay Area gift guide—just in time to bless those homies in your circle. Don’t be a mindless bot this holiday season; rather than waiting until the last minute and scrambling for a soulless card at Walgreens, plan ahead and order something meaningful and original for those who deserve the love.
The first “official” concert I went to was the Temptations and Four Tops in Detroit, Michigan. It was the late ’70s, and the Motown legends were in a bit of an awkward phase, grappling with the late-disco era by pouring on the nostalgia—the show had us seated at high-top tables while the groups, still sensational, whipped through their hits in colorful suits and huge bow ties, the Temps especially eschewing their politically-tinged funk for a family friendly revue of the hits. (They still had some great music, including mega-smash “Treat Her Like A Lady,” ahead of them.) It was schmaltzy, groovy, and epic.
Under the Stars is a quasi-weekly column that presents new music releases, upcoming shows, opinions, and a number of other adjacent items. We keep moving with the changes, thinking outside the margins. SF JAZZ HOLIDAY SHOWS AT MINER AUDITORIUM, DECEMBER 1-4 We have one question for ya: Want to spend...