Entrepreneurs, investors and activists look to avoid tensions that have beset San Francisco’s boom.
Term emerged in 1960s London when sociologist described displacement of the poor in working-class areas.
EngageSF is bringing together new and longtime residents in the Mission to get a dialogue going.
The comic takes aim at gentrification and Google buses, and the crowd goes wild.
Land-use protections, rent controls and a lack of single-family homes constrain development.
Ideas run the gamut, from labyrinths and climate change to unemployment and retiring boomers.
A letter to a slain brother recounts the diaspora from the one-time heart of black San Francisco.
Historic black bookstore trying to raise $1 million to buy its current home and avert displacement.
What, exactly, does the word mean? Voices from the community say what they think.