To the Editor…

To the Editor…

Posted July 14, 2016 by

Subject: protected bike lanes As a career taxi driver, I liked your article. Howver, using Copenhagen as an example to win over bike use is not accurate. Denmark’s. tax on new automobiles is almost 100%, making it impossible for most
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The Tenderloin Museum Celebrates Anniversary

Posted July 14, 2016 by

On July 16th, the Tenderloin Museum celebrates its one year anniversary with a free event with arts, music and cultural programming from 1pm-8pm. It’s been quite a year. Last December the UK-based Guardian honored the Tenderloin Museum as one of
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Lessons from Breast Cancer Activist Barbara Brenner

Posted July 14, 2016 by Lainey Feingold

Barbara Brenner’s friends and family have given a gift to activists in all fields with the publication of So Much To Be Done:  The Writings of Breast Cancer Activist Barbara Brenner.  Brenner, who died in 2013, was a well known
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The Impact of U.S. v. Texas on the Latino Electorate

Posted July 12, 2016 by David F. Damore

On July 11, America’s Voice and Latino Decisions released poll results assessing Latino voters’ knowledge of and reaction to the Supreme Court’s U.S. v. Texas decision blocking President Obama’s authority to implement DAPA and to expand DACA.  The poll surveyed
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New Art from Chelsea Wong, others at SPACE236

Posted July 12, 2016 by Barry Lai

The last show at SPACE236 was amazing in attendance. A word of appreciation goes to The Last Cat aka Luke Martinez, our co-curator. We would also like to thank PBR for the kind donation of Old Tankard Ale, as well
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