The Real Threats to Veterans’ Healthcare

Posted April 20, 2017 by Suzanne Gordon

On Thursday April 13th, over 250 military veterans packed into a room in the Veterans Memorial Building in San Francisco to listen to House Democratic Leader Congresswoman Nancy Pelosi and other healthcare experts talk about The Real Threats to Veterans
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7th San Francisco Green Film Festival Preview

Posted April 20, 2017 by

Thanks to the ongoing environmental denialism of the Trump Administration, the films shown in the 7th edition of the San Francisco Green Film Festival are more important than ever.  Disappearing wildlife and climate change are expected subjects.  But who would
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It’s Back! Tenderloin Tourism Returns

Posted April 18, 2017 by

Three decades after tourism fled the Tenderloin, tourists are coming back. And no longer needing to fear the Tenderloin’s “touristification,” residents see benefits from tourists patronizing restaurants, bars and cultural attractions, with jobs for local residents’ part of the mix.
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The Mission’s “Monster” Revives

Posted April 13, 2017 by

Mission District Housing Wars are Back. After an owner/developer lawsuit that led us to conclude the project had “collapsed” (“After Slaying Monster, Activists Seek Affordable Housing,” August 25, 2015), a proposed 10-story condo tower for the northeast corner of 16th
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