Based on the texts of feminist writers, social activists, and the brilliant music of composer John Adams
San Francisco is a special place. A place where we never leave the house without layers. Where it’s normal to call in sick to work because it’s finally 80 degrees and you want to drink a beer in the park. A place where most adults have costume boxes and where
Noemi Zeigler and her crew are documenting my run for Mayor of San Francisco. They’ve gotten some footage of myself and my team over the past few months and done some interviews. Below is the first episode in the documentary series about my run for mayor.
image from Bloomberg I was in a Lyft Line the other day. Since Lyft Line is the company’s carpool service, there was another stranger in the car, other than the driver. We’ll call her Madison since I don’t recall her name. Madison works in tech and I was telling her how
Studio 17 was formerly the home of 70+ artists and one of the largest art collectives in San Francisco. Then Rick Holman bought the building. In June he refused to renew the lease of the artists working there. When questioned about this move he assured everyone, “we are going to directly
Marijuana may be legal for everyone in California the morning of January 1, 2017. You wouldn’t even need a referral card — any Californian over 21 would be able to legally purchase, possess and carry cannabis from the delivery service or dispensary of their choice, just like Colorado, Washington and now Oregon
Since I officially announced that I was running for mayor the main question everyone has been asking me is “So, what’s your platform?” because that’s what you’re supposed to ask. The thing that most people don’t get though is that platforms are rolled out throughout a campaign. Like, what’s Hillary Clinton’s platform?