By Gloria Maciejewski A lifelong educator with SFUSD and a district parent Nothing has been more anxiety-provoking and stressful than experiencing the COVID19 pandemic as both a parent of two kids, and an educator who has dedicated my life to public elementary schools in SFUSD. During school closure, I helped
BY HABIBI BRIDGES Things are becoming increasingly dicey for Donald Trump. On Monday, the FBI exercised a search warrant for former President Trump’s Mar-a-Lago resort in Palm Beach, Florida, as part of an investigation regarding the handling of classified presidential documents that may have been present at the property. Trump
Nenna Joiner is running for councilmember of Oakland’s District 4, a combination of hills and flatlands, wealth and wage workers. District 4 is home to an inarguably diverse voting range. It includes Montclair, Redwood Heights, Laurel, Glenview and the Dimond District, with California State Route 13 running up the middle.
This may not come as a surprise, but I’ve never loved the police. I don’t hate every single cop like some kind of psychopath, but I’ve never been in a shitty situation where I felt like the presence of a police officer would improve it. Generally cops make shit worse.
I remember January 1st, 2020. I was living in Vallejo. People were still blowing up leftover fireworks. I listened to the explosions and thought about how everything in life was reduced to repetition. Nothing ever seemed to change. I was bored but ultimately stagnant. A few weeks later, I first
Despite the antics of my meme page, I try to live a quiet and relatively simple life. I work from home. I hang out with my girlfriend. I make sassy memes and write sassier articles. I Doordash food and then immediately promise myself that I won’t Doordash food again, but
By Ian Firstenberg In a year, Mayor London Breed has effectively insulated herself and consolidated her political power through a series of influential appointments, most recently appointing Brooke Jenkins to succeed the recently recalled Chesa Boudin. Jenkins, the face of the Boudin recall, was sworn in as San Francisco’s new
On Monday July 18th, local truckers plan to protest a recent Supreme Court decision that impacts over 70,000 truckers who operate within California. Last month, on June 30th, The Supreme Court denied The California Trucking Association’s petition for a hearing over the state’s Assembly Bill 5 (commonly known as AB5).