The internet was supposed to connect us. Instead, it has separated us into ever-smaller tribes.
The current fad and demand to remove statues in San Francisco and elsewhere was analyzed by the chancellor of Oxford University on BBC last month in commenting upon a student demand to remove a bronze statue of Cecil Rhodes as a symbol of “institutional racism” and “white slavery.”
As a working single mom to a child with a disability, social distancing is a luxury I cannot afford.
George Floyd’s slow suffocation at the hands of Minneapolis police on May 25 ignited nationwide protests decrying both police brutality and systemic racism.
Our merchants provide the products and services we need to live good and fulfilling lives. They are the lifeblood of our community.
The only thing certain about legalizing sports betting in California is that it will create a lot of losers.
Frost got it wrong. Fences don’t make good neighbors. Empathy, generosity, and respect make good neighbors, especially in a post-pandemic San Francisco.
Quentin Kopp speaks out against affirmative action.
In the face of these challenges, I want to share with you a message of hope and provide information about city resources that you may find useful.
We will get through this together.
At a time of immense change, we ought to ask if this temporary trend of redistribution can become more permanent.
Millennials may not earn the title of “greatest generation,” but we have most certainly earned the moniker: “first generation.” We are the first to have every stage of our life upended by the powerful and modern mix of climate change, digitization, and globalization – let’s call this the connected world.
As St. Patrick’s Day approaches, many Irish (and Irish-for-a-day) celebrants will be out at pubs and restaurants throughout the City eager to enjoy the day’s festivities. A popular spot in the Sunset District becomes the epicenter of the “wearing of the green” festivities: the United Irish Cultural Center on 45th Avenue near Sloat Boulevard.
It reflects eloquently on City Hall corruption, now revealed not by our district attorney, city attorney or Ethics Commission, but by United States Attorney David Anderson, who elevated the notion of honest government in San Francisco at the cost to national taxpayers
The remedy for the Richmond’s retail woes requires two actions: (1) enumeration and (2) experimentation.
While most people in the U.S. don’t have a positive association with rats, in Chinese symbolism, rats are considered a sign of wealth and surplus. So with the Chinese zodiac’s 2020 being the Year of the Rat, this year is expected to be the year for prosperity and new beginnings.