Good afternoon!

We have a lot of crime data for you to explore. And stuff to do when you need a break from sitting.

Earlier in the week, Urban planners and others gathered at Manny’s to figure out how to revive downtown San Francisco.

Looking for something compelling to listen to tonight? You can hear Joe Eskenzi tonight when he interviews the authors of a new book on the Oakland police.

Here is a wrapup of S.F. criminal justice happenings in Cop Watch.

And last but not least, we offer a review of the Joan Brown show at SFMoMA.



The Latest News

Cop Watch: Oversight drama, police homicide case, reforms update

Officer Kenneth Cha homicide case gets delayed again and more news.

Explore: How crime changed in 2022

Crime was at the forefront of many San Franciscans’ minds in 2022. Will breaks it down.

Stuff to do: Lunar New Year, Sketchfest, future of Valencia Street

Gōng xǐ fā cái! There are many opportunities and events to participate in this coming weekend.

SF’s downtown needs to lure people back, but how?

When asked, “who goes downtown for work five days a week?” fewer than 10 people raised their hands. That, my friends, is the problem with downtown.

The Many Faces of Joan Brown at SFMoMA

Joan Brown’s pithy, self-assured paintings are kaleidoscopic narratives that are simultaneously autobiographical and mythic.


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