The Pittsburgh Steelers are justifiably favored to win Sunday’s Super Bowl, held at Raymond James Stadium in Tampa, Florida. And the Steelers are clearly the progressive choice, with an Obama-like young African-American coach and, to my knowledge, the only NFL Read More »
I’ve seen some incredible jazz violinists in my day, Stephane Grapelli, Jerry Goodman of the Mahavishnu Orchestra, Steve Kindler, the incredible Jean Luc Ponty, Eddie Jobson, the disgustingly talented Al Shankar and most recently Tracy Silverman. During last month’s fifth Read More »
“DOLLS” STARRING MICHAEL PHILLIS
A SMART, CLASSY AND FUNNY OUT-OF-THIS-WORLD COMEDY!
Pardon me if I gush, but Michael Phillis (Actor and Playwright) is by far one of the Bay Area’s most talented actors. His new play “Dolls” comes with lots Read More »
To the Editor:
The firing of Margaret Brodkin is typical of Mayor Newsom. If you don’t agree with him, you’re out the door. Years ago, I worked with Margaret at a community center. She is bright, creative and a good Read More »
I rarely watch CNN’s Anderson Cooper, but happened to catch his January 27 lead story on Obama’s economic stimulus package. Cooper noted that the package included spending for such as increased social security disability payments and food stamps that were Read More »
Judge Kahn does it again. Earlier this month, the Superior Court Judge nullified tenants’ rights by ruling against Susan Suval in an Ellis Act eviction – even though her landlord accepted public funds to keep renting out his property.
Now, Read More »
It’s classic Jean Valjean: An African American homeless man in Shreveport, Louisiana walks into a local bank and proceeds to inform the teller that it’s a robbery. He has a hand hidden under his jacket, as if he has a Read More »