Citizens of San Francisco received shocking news this weekend when it was announced that City Hall was sold to the Lennar Corporation and will become mixed use luxury condos and corporate offices. While we’ve seen the shuttering of countless cultural institutions over the past few years, the sale of City Hall
A bombshell report in today’s San Francisco Examiner shows that a top City Hall department head, who had just resigned in good graces after 11 years on the job, was perhaps not in such graces after all. Turns out the official had directed $1.2 million in city contracts to their
It’s been a grueling week for Oakland city workers and a dysfunctional shit storm for the city itself. As Day 4 of the strike dwindled down, the dispute over the two-year contract was still far from resolved. Approximately 400 union workers and allies raised picket signs and carried bullhorns at
Over 1,000 San Francisco high school students across the city walked out of their classrooms and marched to City Hall today in protest of Donald Trump winning the presidential election. The first group of students arrived at the Civic Center Plaza around 12: 30 p.m. shouting, “Love Trumps Hate.” The
Ed Lee still hasn’t signed the State of Emergency for homelessness yet. It’s been almost two weeks since we called him out on it, so now it’s time for the next step. Come out on Thursday to speak to the Board of Supervisors Public Safety and Neighborhood Services Committee. Here’s the
Remember last week how we got thousands of people out in the streets to for our Tackle Homelessness Super Bowl Protest? And remember how we made #TackleHomelessness trend on twitter. And remember when nearly every major publication in America wrote about it and showed the world the fuckery perpetrated by Mayor
“Ed Lee, can’t you see, we don’t need more luxury!” Chants echoed through the halls of government May 8th, when hundreds of protesters raised their voices in support of a temporary halt to evictions in San Francisco, and a stop to market-rate developments in the Mission District.
The hardest part of driving a cab in San Francisco is dealing with all the Uber/Lyft cars clogging the streets. I’m willing to venture at least ninety percent of these freshly minted drivers don’t know what the hell they’re doing. They double-park with reckless abandon, jamming up arterial thoroughfares and