Today is our last new issue before we begin BeyondChron’s annual holiday break. We are looking forward to 2014, when we will add staff and celebrate our 10th anniversary. We will return with new stories on January 6, 2014. You Read More »
It may be an exaggeration to call 2013 the year of the SRO tenant, but not by much. San Francisco is home to over 200 SRO (Single-Room Occupancy) hotels. SRO’s are home to many low-income residents of San Francisco who Read More »
A Year’s Best Films list primarily serves as a declaration of the list maker’s aesthetic values. In the case of this annual list for Beyond Chron, it’s a desire to draw attention to films that successfully go beyond the Hollywood Read More »
We’ve seen some exciting music come through San Francisco in 2013; too many to name in this space in fact. Sadly, we’ve also lost many musical greats, and yet we continue to see and hear some new music emerge, thrilling Read More »
Loved this article even before I got to the end, and then I read something that helped me with a huge personal problem of mine: I have never gotten over being forced by Urban Green Investments to leave my home Read More »
I am glad you put the “best books” before the “best movies” because we, as a society watch entirely too many movies, especially movies with no redeeming social critique value! Though ofc the film “Fruitvale Station” she mandatory viewing for Read More »
HOUSING AND TRANSPORTATION FOR THE PEOPLE.
I suggest it should be a requirement that all off-site inclusionary ‘affordable’ housing be completed before the speculators can start building their luxury condos. This should also include on-site housing like the deal that Read More »