Re: Richmond Passes Rent Control
Everything for the tenant. Lets screw the landlord again. And make them pay for it. And they¹re talking about yearly fees that are would take two years to break even IF I raise the rents. Read More »
Subject: Will SNA Chart a New Course?
Ms. Dana Woldow has just done a masterful job of clarifying the incredibly complex issues surrounding school food and the people (School Nutrition Directors) who are ultimately responsible for translating the Federal Regulations Read More »
The Bay Area city of Richmond made history Tuesday night, as the City Council voted 4-1 to enact rent control and just cause eviction laws. It is the first time a city has passed rent control in thirty years. It Read More »
The Ugly Truth about Apple, Google, Spotify, and the Rest of the Music Streaming Universe
by Anil Prasad
Editor’s Note: Anil Prasad is one of the world’s most respected music journalists; his critically acclaimed website “Innerviews“, features a veritable who’s Read More »
Bay Area cinephile culture owes a huge debt of gratitude to Berkeley’s Cinema Guild Theater. In the early 1950s, this Telegraph Avenue venue made both legendary Hollywood films and the work of such world cinema masters as Yasujiro Ozu available Read More »
In response to Dana Woldow’s “Will SNA Chart a New Course,” I am grateful for Ms. Woldow’s confidence in my ability to effectively lead the School Nutrition Association (SNA) as President. I am honored to serve SNA’s 55,000 members, who Read More »
After having viewed the police dashcam video of the Waller County State Trooper who stopped Sandra Bland for failing to signal prior to a lane change, my assumptions were confirmed. The Texas State Trooper punished Sandra Bland—much like fired police Read More »
A lively San Francisco picket line of 50 caregivers from the National Union of Healthcare Workers (NUHW) began their one-day strike of San Francisco Nursing Center (SFNC) in the very early morning hours of Wednesday, July 22, 2015.
NUHW negotiator Read More »