Guest Post by Mirriam Rafiq Braden On February 27, 2016, jazz violinist and former Resident Director at SFJAZZ Regina Carter will dedicate an evening of community and celebration to the Homeless Prenatal Program (HPP). HPP is thrilled to host Carter at the Nourse Auditorium in San Francisco. Over the course of her
Look at his face…look at it! His schmushy shmoo cute babyface. Behind that angelic face lies a smokin’ and drinkin’ hell raiser. Stand-up comedian and Staten Island native Pete Davidson returns to “Saturday Night Live” for his second season. At 21, Pete is the youngest member of the current cast,
On this glorious day we celebrate Galentine’s Day. A day when ladies honor their lady friends and family. And what better way to tell the women in your life, “Hey, you’re Rad!” than with the First Ladies of our Country. Leslie Knope would be so proud of us. We’ve made these
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It’s almost hell on earth Valentine’s Day. I’ve been made aware of this almost every day since mid-January by my mecca, Walgreens. I typically escape my cube thrice a week and venture to Walgreens on Powell to snag up a back of Haribo Gold Bears and something random I don’t need, like
Being in the public eye, especially as a politician, every single thing you do gets scrutinized. Imagine your high school days, but on social crack. From social media, to the things you say, the things you tweet, those embarrassing moments, it’s all judged. I once had a writing tutor tell
Finally there’s some good news for a change. San Francisco Community Land Trust & Mission Economic Development Agency successfully negotiated the sale of five buildings, actively under Ellis Act Eviction, spread across the Mission, SoMa, Duboce Triangle and the Western Addition. Thirteen lower income households comprised of artists, seniors, Latino families,