Alex Mak - Managing Editor
San Francisco Mayor Ed Lee was pronounced dead last night at 1:11 am at SF General Hospital, he was 65 years old. Former Mayor Willie Brown told CBS 5 that the cause of death was a heart attack and that Lee suffered the attack while he was grocery shopping in his
Wildfires continue to devastate areas of Southern California, as of December 7th over 200,000 people in Ventura and Los Angeles Counties have been forced to evacuate, and many of them are in need of help. If you know anyone in the affected areas, think about reaching out to them. There
If you’re part of an arts organization or an artsy non-profit in California, then fire up your laptop and start huntin’ because the start of California’s art grant season is now open. As of December 5th you can now apply for 8 of the California Arts Council’s grant programs, with
David Talbot is one of progressive journalism’s most tireless and impassioned voices. For decades now, he has been holding American power accountable as well as fighting for those who are suffering its effects – through his books, journalism, and community activism. Now he needs our help.
It’s baaaaaack! Comedians from the Dark Room are doing a Mystery Science Theater 3000 style ‘Bad Movie’ Night at the JCCSF this winter, featuring banjo playing, pool, ping-pong, cash only bar and free popcorn! If you go to the entire series use the discount code BMN25 to receive 25% off tickets, which
Now Charlie Rose is being described as a serial sexual harasser by former female staffers. The news has come as a big surprise to many who have watched and adored the multiple Emmy and Peabody Award winning journalist for decades. At least 16 men in media have been accused of sexual harassment since
That’s right, the Bay’s very own national news making “Hook-Up Truck” is back after a long hiatus. We stumbled across it and its creator Spy Emerson the other night on Valencia St. outside Wonderland SF. Spy told us she had taken some time off to travel but that now “the mobile