Street Sheet just broke this story about how Mayor Breed has opted to use Moscone Center as a big indoor camp for San Francisco’s homeless population. While initially it sounds like a good idea to stop the spread of coronavirus, the details unfortunately prove otherwise. In fact, there’s a ton of
The kind of joints who have owners that work behind the bar themselves, the kind of businesses that have actual character built over years of serving a certain neighborhood.
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As if things couldn’t get any worse, we’ve now got Nazis encouraging each other to spread coronavirus to the police and to Jews. According to this story that just came out on ABC News, the FBI released a report on Thursday saying it has intercepted online messages from far right
“Because Pandemics suck, but the art you own doesn’t have to.”
This is an open letter from a Mother in the Bay Area who has lived with Covid-19 for weeks now. She, understandably wishes to remain anonymous, but we have spoken with her on the phone, and verified her story. What she says is the truth, and it is important. It
Let’s get real: the American system of “Fuck you, I got mine!” has been proven to be woefully unprepared for the coronavirus pandemic. What a surprise! This plague is laying bare the fact that not having Universal Healthcare or other social safety nets is terrible for society. If we had Universal
The Council on Foreign Relations has canceled a roundtable called “Doing Business Under Coronavirus” scheduled for Friday in New York due to the spread of the very same disease. Yes, the conference on ‘how to do businesses’, during a pandemic, was cancelled because of said, pandemic. The World Health Organization (WHO)
Everyday on the streets of SF we are reminded that America has no socialized medicine, and no real safety net for its most vulnerable citizens. We have people numbering in the hundreds of thousands living on our streets in California, a quarter of the country’s homeless population is here, in our state, sleeping under overpasses, in tents on the sidewalks, and struggling to find the care they need. Even in San Francisco, in the richest city, in the richest country in the world, the streets are full of people who need help.