Gov. Gavin Newsom’s regional stay-at-home order for Southern California was scheduled to expire today (Monday), but with regional intensive care unit capacity officially considered to be ‘zero’, he announced the order will almost assuredly be extended. California recently topped 2 million confirmed COVID-19 cases on Christmas Eve, and the worst
I want to walk through our thoroughfares en masse, in unison, in celebration of something — anything — instead of in protest. I want to hold hands with a stranger while we do this, just because it feels right.
Ask a Tenants Right’s Lawyer is your chance to learn how to survive as a renter in San Francisco. Attorney Daniel Wayne has a lot of the information you need to keep you in your home. This week’s topic: you guessed it – Covid-19 for renters. Got a question? Send
Netflix helps make the last few weeks of this general trash fire of a year more bearable with some highly anticipated titles. Shonda Rhimes’ first series for Netflix offers her spin on Regency England period romance…which means something far different than wall-to-wall white people. Ryan Murphy brings on the star
The live entertainment industry has been hit especially hard by the pandemic. This time of year, most performers are double and triple booked, but with shelter-in-place orders, everyone is staying home and staying safe. Many artists have adapted to alternative means of income this season, utilizing all of their creativity
If you know a local artist who could use some dope studio space, a chunk of extra income, and the opportunity to display their work in a world class museum, send them this!
If you or someone you love is collecting unemployment, remind them that the deadline to submit 2019 income documents is December 11th. Nearly a million Californians who received Pandemic Unemployment Assistance have been told they might have to repay some of their benefits if they can’t document the 2019 income
San Francisco’s overdose death numbers are rising steadily and it’s still the same folks who have historically been impacted: People experiencing homelessness and extreme poverty; people living in supportive housing; people hardest hit by gentrification and displacement; Black and Latinx folks; immigrants; queer and trans people; people experiencing high rates of trauma, illness, and stress. The structures that exist to provide care systematically exclude and harm these folks, and overdose risk increases the more these identities and experiences intersect.