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- Changing strategies for uncertain times.
- US commercial mortgage delinquency hits 4.7%.
- Silicon Valley office vacancies near 20 percent.
- S.F. hotel rates, occupancy keep dropping.
- Storefronting: architect displays for Union Square vacancies.
- Amendment could let struggling retailers claim billions in tax refunds.
- Northern California economic development weapon goes unfired.
- Mayor Newsom announces San Francisco’s H1N1/Swine Flu vaccination plans.
- The life and times of Theresa Sparks.
- S.F. to ease up on unlicensed drivers.
- Matier & Ross: Feinstein targets insurers' antitrust exemption; Where's Gavin?; former Mayor Art Agnos snubbed?
- Muni envy in Orinda.
- Midnight meter madness must be stopped.
- State of the arts: Despite recession, optimism abounds.
- Presidio Parkway: Richmond, Marin, and Marina public meetings.
- S.F. gets $1M for electric car charging.
- Target's coming to the Metreon
- Produce market preparing to flourish.
- Painting eyes on the street: Debut of SF’s art in storefronts program.
- San Francisco hotel workers authorize strike.
- 300 rally to save sharp park golf course.
- Redwood City council irked by Menlo Park's early meddling in Cargill project.
- San Rafael council candidates mix it up in final forum before Nov. 3 election.
- Five Redwood City Council candidates compete for three seats.
- Part-Time Legislature: It's not dead yet.
- Think of how crowded the freeways will be.
- Threatened with mass demotion, California lawmakers finally focus.
- Just don't call him 'comrade Campbell'.
- S.F. utilities panel now backs water plan.
- 10 years ago this month, TIME regurgitated Gray Davis' spin. Now TIME regurgitates Arnold's spin. Groan.
- Of farms, folks and fish.
- Lockyer's honesty on unaffordable pensions is welcome. But in 2005, he single-handedly sandbagged reform he now seeks.
- Bernanke's trillion-dollar decision.
- Experts see rebounding economy shedding jobs.
- Reckless strategies doomed WaMu.
- Climate change? Let's get real.
- Obama's energy secretary vs. clueless Calbuzzers who shill for green fantasy of pain-free AB 32.
- Industry shift reduces LEED Costs.
- Are the Freakonomics folks off base on Global Warming?
- The View - insider's viewpoint: state of green.
- San Francisco Department of the Environment's October newsletter can be found here.
- Nuclear energy becomes pivotal in climate debate.
- Obama says winner of clean-energy race will lead global economy.
- EPA commits to set air pollution rules by 2011.
- Tallying biofuels' real environmental cost.
- The price of cleanliness.
- California electric-cars push may raise power costs.
- Join Urban Land Institute and influential business author Tom Peters – Friday, November 6. Click here for more information and here to register.
- With gaping deficits, San Jose manager seeks big union concessions.
- This is the end of the newspaper business.
- U.S. Chamber vs. Obama.
- Proposed ballot measure would eliminate divorce.
- F-35 is the subject of watchdog’s media blitz.
- Postcard from Detroit.
- Doomsday financial journalism at its best (or worst).