Another big domino just fell in San Francisco’s slow but (hopefully) sure return to normal post-COVID life. The SF Department of Public Health just announced that they are lifting the 11 p.m. curfew for restaurants and bars that offer indoor dining. The new freedom for such bars and restaurants takes
Oakland R&B artist Fantastic Negrito has long been more than a local artist, as the one-time BART station busker won the NPR ‘Tiny Desk Concert’ series in 2015 and has kept barreling on to bigger and better things. Now we can add No. 1 Album on the Billboard charts to
San Francisco city officials on Wednesday announced plans to move forward with opening a drug sobering center under a pilot program for people under the influence of drugs such as methamphetamine or fentanyl. Efforts to open the center are part of the city’s Mental Health SF plan, an initiative to
Three stories collided Tuesday that cast a dark shadow on the state of policing in the U.S., especially as it relates to Black men. Each is a tragic example of the worst that can happen when law enforcement chooses to use force in lieu of deescalation or less lethal methods.
A “rare and severe” blood clot condition, medically known as a thromboembolic event, has emerged in six people who have received the Johnson & Johnson vaccine in the U.S., prompting the federal government to call for a pause in its use until further the issue can be further investigated. The
What I discovered in Mood Health is a safe and affordable way to engage with high-quality mental health professionals from the privacy of your own home, car or wherever it is you feel comfortable enough to air your personal business.
By JC CARLSTON It was a brisk Friday night in the Mission as I walked along Valencia up to 24th in a haste as to not be late for my 7:30 covid safe time slot for the Paradise art show at Voss Gallery. The Mission was abuzz with live music,