San Francisco, along with most cities in the US, have enacted an ‘eviction moratorium’ due to the COVID-19 pandemic. This means that residential and commercial tenants cannot be evicted during the coronavirus outbreak, including for non-payment of rent. The eviction moratorium is currently effective through June 21, 2020 in San
This piece may feel like an obituary – for our movement, for our country, maybe for our world. But trust me when I say it’s not one. It’s a reckoning of the past and a call towards creating a better future. In a fucked up and broken world, where a
As Joe Fitzgerald-Rodriguez at the San Francisco Examiner reported over the weekend, starting Wednesday, The San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency will cut all but 17 of their 89 routes within The City. This morning Corey Browning, also at the Examiner reported that these are the routes that will remain in operation.
The first of the month is rearing its ugly head, a truly horrible prospect for artists and bartenders who have not worked in two weeks, nor will they be able to for at least another full month. If you’re a creator, performer, artist, or bartender in this terrifying fucking circumstance,
These are trying times. The shelter-in-place order and quarantines related to COVID-19 have turned normal life upside down. Between the financial stress and inability to visit with loved ones, people are likely to experience some elevated stress and mental health issues. There are enjoyable ways people can help mitigate stress
Despite the absolute insanity that’s going on right now with regard to coronavirus, it’s incredible to see the community step up and help each other. This came across my desk the other day and I thought I’d share. The folks at TOMA are doing a “Buy One, Give One” meal
A collective of small and medium sized business owners, along with performers, artists, service workers, journalists and event marketers have banded together and started a petition to ask local government to take action in order to save hundreds of local businesses during this pandemic. If we want our cities to
Many people are already feeling the economic crush of shuttering businesses, and the decrease in customers. While this continues to be a developing situation each day, lawmakers on the federal, state and local level have turned some attention to the question of evictions.