About what cuts? Well, cuts that could be symptomatic of the "greatest crisis since the Great Depression," said Mayor Newsom, according to SFist sources, who spoke to the Board of Supervisors today. That is to say, the whopping $118 million cuts (or what he calls "mid-year solutions") to San Francisco's budget. The entire list will become available later this afternoon. According to Newsom, "there was not a program or project not considered" for cuts. Gulp. (Word is the Mayor had animated discussions with Supervisor Bevan Dufty and his staff about cuts to AIDS funding, and similar discussions with Ross Mirkarimi about snips to criminal justice.) More to come.