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Eviction is an extremely difficult and complex undertaking in the 7×7 square miles of San Francisco. But what do you do when you are just a master tenant and have a subtenant or squatting guest from hell? With approximately 73% of San Franciscans living in rent control units according to
Landlord Leonard Lew, 84, and his daughter, Sabrina Elizabeth Lew, 30, went to their Mill Valley rental complex to talk with 71-year old Victor Aurelino Lugo about his pending eviction. At around 3:44 p.m., dispatchers received a 9-1-1 call from a resident at 939 E. Blithedale reporting that two people
Let’s face it: We’re all gonna die. As we’ve seen in recent events, tragedy can unexpectedly strike at any moment. I hate it say it, but the majority of us haven’t thought past what we want to prepare for dinner or who we want to hook up with later, let
San Francisco was at its finest on August 5th at the Eighth Annual GLIDE Legacy Gala! It may have moved locations to the San Francisco Design Center, but the spirit and legacy did not change! It reigned true as being one of the most glamorous, yet non-pretentious, fun-filled San Francisco events of the year!
Obamacare, officially known as the Affordable Care Act, has attracted both die-hard supporters who preach how it saved their lives and money along with opponents who passionately denounce the hefty premiums and mandatory coverage requirements. Whether you love it or hate it, here is the Layman’s explanation to what’s happening
If you’re pregnant — not sick, why are nearly 99% of women in the US, giving birth in a hospital setting? We have to ask ourselves, despite the United States literally having the second worst newborn death rate in the developed world, why has medicalized childbirth become the default position?
With Open enrollment for Healthcare just opening, there has been a lot of hype about “Obamacare” premiums raising, yet most of us have no idea what this means or even how to apply. According to government data, monthly insurance premiums on www.HealthCare.gov are rising by an average of 25 percent.
Souls of Society visionary, Dijon Bowden, first caught our attention back in 2011, when he started walking the streets of San Francisco documenting the cultural Fabric of the Bay Area through portrait photography and storytelling. Now he has teamed up with Annie Anton and Craig Wenaweser, aka “Keys”, chronicling what can only be