By The Save Midtown Tenants Committee Three short weeks ago, a group of tenants at Midtown Park Apartments in San Francisco’s Fillmore District launched the city’s biggest rent strike in nearly 40 years, [...]
By Joe Satran, Huffington Post When your children are sick, it’s hard not to want doctors to do everything in their power to cure them. But when it comes to CT scans, less is [...]
Courtesy of USF News One year into the Sport Management Master’s Program, Chris Brown, Class of 2016, is already tying it all together, with style. A 2014 graduate of CSU-Sacramento, both his coworkers [...]
Veteran R&B singer-songwriter Sugar Pie DeSanto wowed the crowd at the Poretta Soul Festival in Italy last month with renditions of her 1960s hits, “I Want to Know” and “Skip-In Mules” among other songs.
What Keith Crawford remembers most of his late daughter Brittany is her caring, fearless spirit and zeal for life. Her presence would light up a room, he said.
John Robinson is sitting at his desk, talking on the phone. He is a serious, no frills guy. As CEO of Inter-State Security in Bay View Hunters Point, he oversees a company with [...]
Although singer Denise Perrier was born in Baton Rouge, Louisiana, her music education didn’t really begin until she relocated to Oakland with her mother and older sister in 1945.
By Wade Woods An overflow rally last Sunday at the historic Third Baptist Church in San Francisco, religious and community leaders called for the end of gentrification in San Francisco, calling it 20th [...]
By Wade Woods Former San Francisco School Board member and director of the Mission Language and Vocational School Executive Director Rosario Anaya died Aug. 5 of lung cancer. She was 70.
Governor Jerry Brown on Aug. 7 signed legislation authored by Senator Mark Leno that would allow the San Francisco Bay Area Rapid Transit District (BART) to increase its use of renewable energy.