A few days ago, I ordered delivery for dinner; a fried chicken sandwich and an order of french fries. As I ripped open the paper sack to get to the deep-fried deliciousness, something in the bottom of the bag caught my eye. There nestled amongst the paper napkins and plastic
San Francisco Unified School District announced Saturday that multiple early education, elementary and county school sites will reopen Monday for in-person learning. Superintendent Vincent Matthews said 11 early education preschool sites, 22 elementary schools and three county schools will open their doors. All 107 schools in the district are expected
By Daniel Montes A federal grand jury in San Francisco Friday indicted four men, all allegedly members of an extremist militia group, in connection with a scheme to destroy digital files and online chats linked to the 2020 murder of a federal security officer in Oakland. In May 2020, a
Welcome to Brain-Throbs & Blow Jobs, a column highlighting the great minds and perspectives of Bay Area sex workers through interviews and photo portraits by Maxine Holloway. I wouldn’t be the perverted queer whore I am today without San Francisco. The city’s history of rich sexual subcultures made it possible for
Around this time last year, the newly imposed Coronavirus lockdowns unfortunately meant cancelling the 2020 edition of the San Francisco International Film Festival (hereafter SFFILM). Now that the COVID vaccines are really starting to roll out, it’s time to celebrate SFFILM’s return. This year’s festival features 103 films from
San Francisco art organization ‘Paint the Void’ has commissioned well over 100 murals across San Francisco and the East Bay during shelter-in-place. There are more than 95 Bay Area artists beautifying our city under this project. Turning many of our empty, commercial corridors into actual art walks. Recently a artists
Data from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention shows that 24.9 percent of adults in the US were fully vaccinated as of April 7th. In another nice bit of news, their data shows that 40 percent of adult Americans and 75 percent of seniors have received their first shot.
There is one and only one good thing about power apocalypse-causing electrical company PG&E. There is a peregrine falcon nest on top of their 77 Beale Street building in San Francisco, and every spring they run a Falcon webcam so you can see the little baby falcons hatch and take