Guest Writer

15 Jul 2017

A Skateboarder Speaks Out About Recent Showdown with Police

Guest Post by Ted Maider.  Photos by Theo Hand There are so many things we should be talking about. Maybe we should be discussing the fact that there is undeniable evidence that our government colluded with Russia in some way to influence the United States Presidential election of 2016. Perhaps

Guest Writer 0
14 Jul 2017

Nasty New FB Page Makes Fun of SF Homeless People

Guest Post by Kate Torres There’s something to be said about Saint Francis of Assisi, the patron Saint for which our city was named after. First off, this guy was a radical feminist who dedicated his life to the preservation of the environment. His ideologies weren’t far from the leftist

Guest Writer 45
13 Jul 2017

The Savior Of Horror : James Wan

By Jonas Barnes Back in 2004, a new director by the name of James Wan burst onto the horror scene with a film you may have heard of before called “SAW“. It started as a short and was eventually made into a genre launching low budget full-length horror film. With

Guest Writer 0
11 Jul 2017

Growing Up Without a God. Diary of a Religious Tourist

By Hannah Harkness I had an unusual situation when it came to religion growing up. Both my maternal and paternal grandparents were in interfaith marriages. I had met kids in elementary school with one Christian parent and one Jewish parent before, but I still to this day haven’t met someone

Guest Writer 1
11 Jul 2017

Lessons from the ‘Cougar Ball’ in San Francisco

Reporting from the cougar dating scene in North Beach. The dating dynamic of mature ladies mingling with younger men in San Francisco.

Guest Writer 2
10 Jul 2017

New Haight Street Art Center Champions Poster Art and Education

Guest Post by: Gail Barnes Poster artists have always struggled to survive. A new poster artist collective that includes a print shop and gallery in the heart of Haight aims change the name of the game. Serving not only the Lower Haight, but the city at large with educational programming, the

Guest Writer 0
07 Jul 2017

In Defense of New York City’s Humidity

By Jesse McGrath Last weekend I was at Costco in Brooklyn, and if you have ever been to Costco on a Saturday, you know that it is basically a street fight with oversized shopping carts instead of switchblades. Costco on the weekend turns the simple act of being in public

Guest Writer 0