Just think if Americans totally voted based on economic class, without regard to relatively superficial issues such as Race, Religion, Reproductive Rights, Gun Rights, Immigration, etc.
The fight for Lefty O’doul’s is a fight between a community of working class San Franciscans and a wealthy landlord. It’s a fight between those who actively work to create what makes San Francisco special, against those who simply wish to profit from it. A familiar, and almost timeless story in the Bay Area.
Making that fateful trek to our nation’s capital this week? Not all of it will be bad, yes there will most likely be a speech with the eloquence and grammar below a 6th-grade level, the lowest predicted attendance rate and highest amount of organized protests of any inauguration, but that
Friday January 20th is going to be a rough day for a lot of us. The only bright side is the inauguration is happening at 9am Pacific time so you always have to option to just sleep through it… if you can. Its been pretty well established that PEOTUS is
For Mark Joseph, it’s about more than just the music. The local rocker has built up quite a following after years of performing and recording with several bands–he uses the podium this gives him in support of a variety of social justice causes. On Sunday night, January 15, Joseph’s band The
“We fought for social justice.” –Khieu Samphan a leader of the Khmer Rouge, a group that murdered roughly 25% of Cambodia’s population in the 1970s. Americans in the 21st century have it incredibly easy. We’re so used to freedom that we don’t spend much time thinking about the particulars of how others
“Batter sizzles, beer foams, and bare flesh is slathered in paint as gawkers look on. Indie musicians and DJs thunder sound waves off the canvas-lined, graffiti-strewn walls. Revelers stuff their faces with endless pancakes.” – Tom at The Pancakes & Booze Art Show SF’s Largest Pop-Up Underground Art Show Pancakes &