While San Francisco Mayor Gavin Newsom battles the media, attention has turned to his successor. There are already four prominent candidates for mayor, with two other potentially strong candidates potentially joining the race. The two most clearly off and running Read More »
Last week, the Board of Supervisors voted to save 500 front-line jobs at the Department of Public Health. But Mayor Gavin Newsom refuses to spend the money, and there’s nothing in the City Charter to stop him. Even if there Read More »
Police are arresting and attacking student protesters on University of California (UC) campuses again. “Why did he beat me I wasn’t doing anything,” screamed a young Cal Berkeley woman student over KPFA radio on Friday evening November 20. Students are Read More »
Just more ammunition for the movement to tax churches that engage in political activities: Bishop Richard J. Malone of Maine contributed $553,608.27 to overturn a gay marriage law in his state, money he got from some 50 dioceses and archdioceses, Read More »
To the Editor:
You criticize Newsom for the 46% increase in the Police Department’s budget, and note that most of the money went to pay hikes for police officers of up to 24% under the contract approved by Newsom in Read More »
Ed. Note: Beyond Chron will resume publication on Monday, November 30th.
The left side of our site now has a link to a chance to win free tickets by completing a survey. This survey is designed to assess public support Read More »
BEND OVER – YOU’RE NEXT! FOR LAUGHS, THAT IS!
This play is a whirlwind of observations of Theater, Theater folk and links to comedies of the past like “As You Like It.”
This is an exhausting play. Not for the Read More »
To the Editor:
Growing up in New York, I saw the subway as both a lifeline to the world and an awesomely impressive engineering feat. You could go anywhere for an affordable price: Yankee Stadium, Shea Stadium, Madison Square Garden, Read More »