Artist says she can’t afford to live in iconic Marin town that was subject of her bouncy 1970 hit song.
Profusion of new devices lets law enforcement gather data about personal lives of law-abiding citizens.
Surge of retail business around Union Square is driving rental prices way up.
The law would protect against landlord harassment and relocation benefits for displaced tenants.
The time of affordable rooms in San Francisco may be long over.
Living in the Bay Area isn’t easy, but for average-wage workers it could be worse.
Records suggest that the city can hit Ed Lee’s stated goal of 30,000 new units by 2020 quite easily.
Less expensive cities are offering incentives so they can cultivate their own cultural brands.
Can local cities subsidize units people can pay for, without help from the state?