I sure as hell did not know what to expect in the one woman show at the Eureka Theatre. Its an amazing story about Lorena Hickok (Terry Baum). She was kind of a tough woman who worked for the Press. Read More »
As Mayor Lee and the San Francisco Board of Supervisors tout the city’s new 2014-15 budget, its widening of the salary gap between lower paid nonprofit workers and city employees is ignored. To paraphrase Elizabeth Warren, the city’s budget process Read More »
Sen. Chuck Schumer (D-Wall Street) wants to blame Washington gridlock on party primaries—and says that getting rid of them would “save America.”
His op-ed in yesterday’s New York Times parroted the standard Beltway talking points we’ve all heard before, that Read More »
More than 1,000 workers at Atlantic City’s Trump Plaza received notices July 14 that the hotel-casino planned to close its doors in just 65 days, eliminating all of their jobs. The news was not unexpected, though that fact doesn’t make Read More »
Imagine a restaurant getting a great review, only to have the chef call the newspaper to complain that the critic was sorely mistaken and the restaurant’s food isn’t as good as the review made it out to be.
That bizarre Read More »
The women profiled in Yael Kipper Zaretzky and Ronen Zaretzky’s documentary “Super Women” do not possess Superman-like superpowers. Their powers come from struggling to live decently despite low pay and a management that devalues them.
The film’s subjects are a Read More »
Thank you for the reminder about Civic Center.
The biggest negative is Civic Center & particularly Opera Plaza is one big outpatient clinic with the smell of urine common on the the plaza & in the BART / MUNI Read More »