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The Bold Beautiful History of the West Oakland Mural House
Folks hanging out on their porch and greeting friends, family and passersby, has long been part of the nature of West Oakland. A man whose house I regularly walk by on my way to work once called out to me, “How do you make a Mai Tai?” “You’ve got to
Protest DA Jenkins Dropping the Charges of a Killer Cop
Remember all those impassioned posts you made in 2020 about how much Black lives mattered? Remember the protests you attended and the signs you put up in your windows and on your lawns? Well now it’s time to put your actions where you mouth is. In case you missed it,
The 2023 SF Wine Passport is Here!
Step into a world of adventure with the 2023 SF Wine Passport! There’s no better way to explore San Francisco than to literally drink it in. You get 2-for-1 glasses of wine at 23 of SF’s finest locally owned bars and restaurants for only $39.95! It honestly doesn’t get much better than that. And after the
Does Kanye West Hate Jews?
Kanye West has always been a complicated figure in the pop culture landscape. Early in his career, his outbursts were honest critiques of political figures that needed to be said. During an event like Hurricane Katrina, when black people were being gunned down for trying to get supplies because the
Minnesota Shooting Victim’s ‘Outstanding Warrant’ Was For A Ticky-Tack Misdemeanor
The Sunday killing of 20-year-old Daunte Wright had Minneapolis exploding in anger Sunday, and likely again on Monday night. The police officer who shot the 20-year-old Wright claims it was an “Oops, I thought it was my Taser” incident, and they say they pulled Wright over because of a traffic
2021 is Finally Giving Me Hope
If you have made it this far, congratulations. You have been living in the world of the pandemic for an entire year. You have also made it through four years of hell.
No Charges in Jacob Blake’s Shooting on Same Day Rittenhouse Pleads Not Guilty
“No Kenosha law enforcement officer in this case will be charged with any criminal offense.” After a fiery summer in an unprecedented movement for civil rights, those words will be remembered as a deep cut. Kenosha County District Attorney Michael Graveley announced Tuesday that the officer who shot Jacob Blake
We Wanna Send You a Copy of the Photography Book “The Exhaustion Of Agony”
Photographer Marcell Turner’s new limited release book The Exhaustion Of Agony helps tell the story of an extremely turbulent time in The United States of America. A collection of photographs featuring: the George Floyd protests where the Black Lives Matter movement gained momentum, the Covid-19 pandemic that changed our entire
SF’s Police Shooting Protest Was Peaceful; 93% of BLM Protests Are
About 150 people marched in San Francisco Monday night in protest against the police killing of an alleged carjacking suspect. The crowd was small, but their demand of police was clear: Stop shooting Black and brown people. The story, according to a police statement, is that officers responded to a