It’s been a tough week. Across the state, wildfires have devastated communities and displaced tens of thousands of Californians. In San Francisco, we’ve been breathing toxic, orange air and hearing terrible reports from the fire’s front lines, many times directly from friends and relatives brutally affected by the fire’s violence.
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
It’s been a week of political upheaval, gun control and sticking it to the ICE man. Let’s unpack a few key stories impacting the Bay and beyond. Schaaf sticks her neck out for immigrants Oakland Mayor Libby Schaaf got an early tip on an ICE raid across the Bay Area
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
“It was the best of the times, it was the worst of times.” The past week of news has been both inspiring and frighteningly destructive on different fronts. Here, we’ll try to wrap up some of the best, worst and weird stories impacting the country and the Bay. All that
You’ve probably heard by now that, in the wake of Mayor Ed Lee’s untimely death, the race to be the next mayor is proving to be an interesting one. While there are eight candidates running, there’s a fear that if Supervisor London Breed is given the mayorship until the election,
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
San Francisco Mayor Ed Lee was pronounced dead last night at 1:11 am at SF General Hospital, he was 65 years old. Former Mayor Willie Brown told CBS 5 that the cause of death was a heart attack and that Lee suffered the attack while he was grocery shopping in his