A collective of small and medium sized business owners, along with performers, artists, service workers, journalists and event marketers have banded together and started a petition to ask local government to take action in order to save hundreds of local businesses during this pandemic. If we want our cities to
Like a lot of other streets — Geary, Bryant, McCoppin, Bartlett — Van Ness Avenue is named for a 19th century mayor of San Francisco. James Van Ness was the seventh head of the city government, but he served for only a year and a week, from July 1856 until
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by Jonas Barnes Last year I saw that one of my favorite films of all time was being turned into a Broadway musical. I’d never been a huge musical fan in general, but I was still really excited by the news. Here I was, living in New York City, finding
As of this morning over a quarter of a million people have signed the petition, and that number should continue to rise. What started out as a joke to rename Trump Tower’s address to 725 President Barack H. Obama Avenue, now has some juice behind it, and considering how NYC’s
On June 27, the nonprofit arts organization 500 Capp Street Foundation‘s Board of Directors announced a series of controversial changes, which includes laying off its head curator Bob Linder. The effort to “re-balance 500 Capp Street future exhibitions and public programs” is heavily misguided and local artist Alicia McCarthy has
Buy some “cakes” y’all. Hey, you know that bullshit about the House of Representatives voting to end all federal funding of Planned Parenthood? Well, it’s bullshit, and this weekend you have a chance to do more than just sign the petition opposing the ban and then post it on Facebook