What Would Mayor Leno Do?
While tens of thousands of ballots are still to be counted, many wonder if Mark Leno’s potential victory in the San Francisco mayor’s race would set the city on a new path. Leno is the Read More »
Leno Likely to be SF’s Next Mayor
After many declared her mayor-elect, London Breed saw her night long lead give way to a shift of second choice votes from Jane Kim to Mark Leno, giving Leno a roughly 1000 vote Read More »
Have you ever been to an awful panel discussion? An awkward funeral? A long and frustrating meeting? A flash mob that fizzled? A dinner party with unfriendly people?
According to Priya Parker, a meeting facilitator and expert on social interaction, Read More »
Brenton Gieser’s short film “Tender Souls” screens as part of the S.F. DocFest shorts
program “Bay Area Stories.” The three subjects of Gieser’s film are residents of San
Francisco’s Tenderloin District. Homeless Corey Jackson fights his crack addiction problem.
Tiffany Read More »
Who Will Win the Key CA, East Bay and SF Races?
It’s time for our election predictions. And not a second too soon. Even the shortened San Francisco mayor’s race seems to have gone on too long. Most voters are Read More »
Housing Must Become Election Priority
This week’s Berkeley City Council vote against a measure designed to build housing on BART parking lots (AB 2923) offers a wake- up call to pro-housing advocates. Berkeley voters would overwhelmingly back a ballot measure Read More »
Most Americans know that a white racist assassinated Martin Luther King Jr. in Memphis, Tennessee on April 4,1968 – fifty years ago. But few understand the historical context and why King was in Memphis.
King came to Memphis in March Read More »
This piece originally appeared in Capital and Main.
Only about one percent of Los Angeles County’s homeless are able to have full-time jobs, says a report prepared by the Economic Roundtable.
The single most common reason given by people for Read More »