As we head into Labor Day 2012, California is better off in several ways than it was the previous four Labor Days.
Payroll job growth has continued steadily over the past year. The most recent monthly jobs report for California Read More »
Karrin Allyson has been described by the L.A. Times writer Don Heckman, as a “musician’s musician,” and for once the overused term actually makes sense — a complete performance by a complete artist — one of the jazz world’s finest”. Read More »
The play is glorious to look at. You will be pleased and enchanted with the visuals as traditional storytelling, includes puppets, masks and wonderful bright colors. You become enraptured with the beauty and different cultures. That’s the upside. The downside Read More »
Tonight is Vin Scully bobblehead night in Los Angeles, a fitting honor for baseball’s all-time greatest announcer. I first listened to Scully nearly fifty years ago, growing up in Los Angeles as a Giants fan who hated the Dodgers but Read More »
The script of the Republican National Convention reads like a Rambo reboot, with Democrats as the villains.
The GOP may disdain the liberal Hollywood elite, but it sure has learned the Hollywood art of the sequel. The first night of Read More »
While San Francisco voters focus on Supervisor races in Districts 1, 5 and 7, the November elections could also create an opening in District 4. Assessor Phil Ting is a lock to become San Francisco’s newest West Side Assemblyperson, and Read More »
While the right-wing imposes oppressive “voter ID” laws to disenfranchise minority and low-income communities, California has a chance to buck the national trend. Both houses of the State Legislature have passed AB 1436, which establishes same-day voter registration – and Read More »
Posted August 29, 2012 by Dean Preston of Tenants Together
We don’t get to say this much, but this was a good week for renters in Sacramento. Despite realtor and landlord campaign contributions and the undue influence they bring, a number of good renters’ rights bills have made it through Read More »