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Will SF Voters Reduce Homelessness?

Posted July 12, 2018 by

Passing “Our City, Our Home” is Essential The defeat of Prop D in the June election was the second time in three years that San Francisco voters rejected raising taxes to reduce homelessness. Now the city has another chance to
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The November Elections and VA Privatization

Posted July 12, 2018 by Suzanne Gordon

As we approach the mid-term elections, the issue of VA privatization should play an important role  at the ballot box.  The nation’s 9 million veterans – and their friends and families – aren’t the only ones who should be concerned
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Nicola Griffith’s “So Lucky” Tackles Disability Rights

Posted July 12, 2018 by Peter Wong

Saying Mara Tagarelli has Multiple Sclerosis, relapsing-remitting multiple sclerosis (RRMS) to be specific, does not define her as a person though way too much of the world acts otherwise.  Nicola Griffith’s new novel So Lucky may be about Mara’s emotional
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Mayor Breed’s First 100 Days

Posted July 10, 2018 by

Key Action Items for San Francisco’s New Mayor London Breed becomes Mayor of San Francisco on July 11. She is ready to hit the ground running. Breed told the SF Chronicle on July 7 that her first year goals were
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Wrap-up Reviews From Frameline 42

Posted July 10, 2018 by Peter Wong

Frameline 42’s Closing Night Film “Studio 54” looks at the legendary titular 1970s nightclub for the Beautiful People. Matt Tyrnauer’s lively documentary shows how Steve Rubell and Ian Schrager transformed a decrepit CBS studio into a nightly racial and sexual
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SF’s Budget Battle

Posted June 19, 2018 by

Will San Francisco Pass a Progressive Budget? Now that the mayoral election is over, San Francisco returns to what normally dominates city politics in June/July: the budget battle. And after an election season where candidates fought for the “progressive” mantle,
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