They’re still counting ballots, but we know most of the winners in the SF Democratic County Central Committee elections, the nerdy but powerful behind-the-scenes elected Democratic body that an astonishing 56 people were running for this year. The race breaks San Francisco down into two districts, and in 2020, we
Who knew that seven little letters could incite such emotional response? The name Rose Pak means different things to different people. To some, she was a tireless activist, a power broker with a cause, an inspiration. To others, she was a divisive, foul-mouthed bully. In reality, she was probably both.
I am extremely excited to announce the release of The Delicious Card! Delicious cardholders get awesome deals at over 30 of your favorite SF eateries! Membership is a great way to explore new places, support local businesses, and support local journalism.
There was a very ‘San Franciscan’ Mayoral debate on Monday night at the historic Castro Theater. By that we mean a queer candidate who was not invited to the debate stormed the stage and demanded to be heard (and she was subsequently given a microphone and allowed speak) and then a group
The Noe Valley Democratic Club is throwing itself into the fray of the SF Mayor’s race this evening by having a very public “Meet the Candidates” event in Noe Valley Town Square. During elections Democratic Clubs all over SF hold these events to decide which candidates they are going to
Amy Farah Weiss just announced that she is officially running for mayor of San Francisco. If you recall Amy, Francisco Herrera, and I ran on a ticket of 1-2-3 to Replace Ed Lee in 2015. The idea behind it was that with ranked choice voting one of us could actually
Buenos días Pride-landia! Whether your just waking up or haven’t quite made it to bed yet, Pride Sunday is finally here. The only question remaining is, What is one to wear?? If you plan on taking in the march/ parade or are participating, we would highly suggest comfortable shoes and
You won’t believe who called me the other day, Samuel L. Jackson, yes, the famous Hollywood film actor. Well, he didn’t exactly call me but the robo-call I received from him urging me to vote for the incumbent supervisor of District 5 may have been illegal: Most of us know
Holy smokes! How low can Scott Wiener go? Last week he sent out a mailer that changed the words from an SF Bay Guardian article and completely used a quote out of context, making it seem like he has both tenant and progressive support. That was bad. I thought “Oh man, Scott