Coffee shop colonialism.
Coffee shop colonialism.
Traffic congestion and skyrocketing housing prices have caused approximately 46 percent of the Bay Area’s millennial residents to start looking at potentially exiting the increasingly unlivable region.
On March 7, Los Angeles voters will have the opportunity to vote for or against a two-year moratorium on thousands of real estate development projects in the City of Los Angeles.
A new report indicates that San Francisco has the lowest percentage of children of any major city in America.
A San Francisco woman arrived home Wednesday to find that a stranger had broken into her home to use her bathroom and take a shower.
The “Ghost Ship,” the warehouse and artists’ colony where 36 people lost their lives in the Oakland fire last Friday night, was “a serious attempt to bring the Black Oakland culture back into the art scene,” former resident Alexander Doré told Breitbart News. However, that vision was overrun by what Doré referred to as the “Burning Man crowd.”
The massive Oakland fire that killed at least nine and perhaps dozens more people Friday night at a warehouse artists’ collective known as the “Ghost Ship” symbolizes the Bay Area’s internal struggle with its own success as a creative hub.
San Francisco’s Planning Department has decided to add $2 billion in development fees to a project that seeks to “upzone the Central South of Market area,” which the city promises will result in more “affordable housing”.
1. Urban Renaissance—or False Dawn?
One of the most consequential societal trends in the last thirty years has been gentrification. In many American metropolises, gentrification has turned the term “inner city” on its head. The old image was of a poor, blighted ghetto; the new image is of an affluent yuppie/hipster playground.
A spate of sudden, dramatic rent increases has hit San Francisco, with one North Beach resident saying he recently received a notice from his landlord that his rent was increasing from $1,800 to $8,000 per month.
The Bay Area’s traditionally black neighborhoods are slowly becoming white. First it was San Francisco’s Bayview-Hunters Point, and now Oakland is losing some of its longtime black residents.
Two French nuns who have devoted their lives to helping the homeless and downtrodden are now in danger of facing the same fate, as they could soon be evicted from the kitchen and little room they rent in San Francisco’s Tenderloin District.
Breitbart News recently sat down for an exclusive interview with Democratic congressional candidate Ro Khanna in California’s 17th congressional district.
San Francisco Mayor Ed Lee was booed off stage by hecklers at an event honoring the late civil rights leader Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. on Monday. “I will not be a focus of interruptions,” Mayor Lee said just moments before he
San Francisco’s creeping gentrification was the central theme of a recent musical, City Not For Sale, starring schoolchildren between the ages of 5 and 11.
South Park’s 19th season has already been called the show’s best in a decade for taking a hatchet to political correctness run amok. In this week’s episode, the citizens of South Park banish the town’s “racist, trigger-happy” police force because of their newfound PC sensibilities.
A local Bay Area rapper who goes by the name Equipto confronted San Francisco Mayor Ed Lee on Wednesday night and called him a “disgrace to Asians,” blaming him for spurring the housing crisis that has displaced thousands in the city.
the Los Angeles Times suggests that the influx of money into previously poverty-stricken and abandoned areas could be correlated with firearm-related crime as well.
Some residents of View Park’s predominantly African-American community fear an effort to designate the neighborhood, known by many as the “Black Beverly Hills,” as part of the National Register of Historic Places is really a masked gentrification ploy to push them out in favor of a more affluent, white population.