By Ian Firstenberg Last week, Assemblymember David Chiu was appointed to take on the role as San Francisco’s city attorney after 20-year incumbent Dennis Herrera announced he will leave to head up the embattled Public Utilities Commission. Chiu is expected to step down on Oct. 31. The vacancy requires Gov.
On March 31st the internationally celebrated media franchise known as Mobile Armored Riot Police in Japan, finally makes it’s big screen debut in the states. The highly anticipated film adaptation of Ghost In The Shell – named after the subtitle of the first serialized classic anime novel – is expected
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I saw this image on my friend Tuffy’s Facebook page. He had taken it somewhere in the Mission and decided to share it. I thought “well this is gonna stir some shit” and then posted it on the Broke-Ass Stuart FB page. I had no idea just how much shit
Image from the San Francisco AIDS Foundation Okay, there won’t be a colour guard flag dancing to Total Eclipse of the Heart, nor will a bevvy of tight-sweatered cheerleaders rush in and form a pyramid while holding sparklers in their teeth. And whereas you may not want to piant your
Well, it’s that time again. Another election year is already underway here in SF, and it already looks like it’s shaping up to be a corker. With everyone and that’s gonna be on the ballot, we thought it might help to help you get to know the contenders a little
I know that voting can seem like a hassle and that keeping up with the news is god-damned depressing. But the San Francisco mayoral election is coming up (November 8 of this year, to be exact), so it’s important for you to start paying attention if you don’t want our city