Opinion

Editorial: Isbell should continue on rent board

Editorial: Isbell should continue on rent board

By BAR Editorial Board

We support Mayor London Breed's appointment of Reese Aaron Isbell to the San Francisco Rent Stabilization Board.

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By BAR Editorial Board | April 17, 2019

The day after the San Francisco Board of Supervisors rejected a 63-unit housing development with 15 below market rate apartments because it would cast an evening shadow on a South of Market park, the Bay Area Council Economic Institute issued a report.

By Paul Berge | April 17, 2019

This week's editorial cartoon.


By Katrina C. Rose | April 17, 2019

Democratic National Committee Chair Tom Perez said the party chose Milwaukee, Wisconsin for its 2020 convention "because the city embodies who we are as a party."

By Deepa Varma and Tommi Avicolli Mecca | April 17, 2019

As tenant advocates, we fight every day to keep our neighbors and our communities here in the city. Our organizations counsel the vast majority of rent control tenants who seek help in San Francisco.


By Reese Aaron Isbell | April 10, 2019

"Congratulations! Now, we need to talk to you about increasing your rent."

By BAR staff | April 10, 2019

This week's letters to the editor.


By Paul Berge | April 10, 2019

This week's editorial cartoon.

By BAR Editorial Board | April 3, 2019

The Democratic National Committee has chosen Joe Solmonese, a gay man, as chief executive officer for the 2020 convention in Milwaukee, Wisconsin.


By Joe D'Alessandro | April 3, 2019

In December 2018, San Francisco dominated the Best of Gay Cities 2018 travel awards, taking home the gold for "Most Welcoming City" and winning honors for "Sustainable Dining," "Most Loved Bar" (440 Castro), and "Rainbow Crosswalk."

By Paul Berge | April 3, 2019

This week's editorial cartoon.


By BAR Editorial Board | March 27, 2019

The newly introduced Equality Act will have its first hearing next week before the House Judiciary Committee.

By John Bare | March 27, 2019

As of last week, Jimmy Carter was 94 years and 172 days old, making him the longest surviving president in U.S. history, surpassing George H.W. Bush, who died at the end of last year, and Gerald Ford before him.


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