On Tuesday, June 19th, the California Senate Public Safety committee will discuss AB931, The Police Accountability and Community Protection Act, which aims to limit when cops can legally kill citizens and hold police legally responsible when they kill people wrongfully. In 2015 SF police fired 26 rounds at Mario Woods
The #Frisco5 are back! Well at least some of them are. Members of the #Frisco5 will be marching from San Francisco to Sacramento to protest police violence. If you recall, in April and May of 2016 five people sat in front of the Mission polices station in San Francisco and
‘Tis the season once more, and we find ourselves looking for thoughtful gifts for our favorite people. Explore this gift guide featuring small businesses and local artists showcasing their work in the East Bay. We’ve uncovered unique treasures perfect for gifting while also supporting the heartbeat of our local community.
Today marks Day 7 of a hunger strike intended to oust SFPD Chief Greg Suhr and Mayor Ed Lee. Chief Suhr was unavailable for interview for this article, he was busy yesterday with another sudden damage-control press conference over the release of his officers’ outrageously racist text messages. So instead,
Super Bowl week has come and gone, leaving San Francisco and surrounding areas with the daunting task of cleaning up after an epic seven-day party. While thousands poured into Super Bowl City over the weekend — causing SFPD to officially close off the area at 3PM Saturday because it had reached capacity
What are the best vandalism jobs thus far performed on the Super Bowl 50 statues erected all over San Francisco? Unless your name is Mayor Ed Lee, you’re up in arms over these ugly-ass, taxpayer-funded, expensive-but-cheaply-produced Super Bowl 50 statues foisted on our otherwise-lovely city by a profiteering third-party outdoor
If you’re reading this there is a very good chance that you didn’t vote for Ed Lee for mayor of San Francisco. In fact only 55% of registered voters did, which is rather embarrassing for him considering he ran “unopposed”. That said, protesting his inauguration at 11am on Friday at City Hall