Don’t you hate it when the facts contradict a really catchy headline? I guess the New York Times does.
Contrary to the screaming headline of a recent NYT article claiming that kids hate school lunch, the latest data from the Read More »
Subject: San Francisco activism
Is the current activism we are seeing because of more citizen involvement or desperation? I know housing activists and the nudists have been beaten up pretty badly by City policies over the past few years. Who Read More »
Last weekend, San Francisco featured a nude march down Dolores Street, the BDSM-themed Folsom Street Fair, and an anti-eviction themed Mission block party. Does this look like a city that, as one recent article described, “is starting to resemble a Read More »
To which I can only say . . . GAH!!!!!!
People, there is so much to take issue with in yesterday’s Sunday Review piece by Kate Murphy, starting with that ridiculously hyperbolic headline, I hardly know where to begin.
Needless Read More »
Since the Tenderloin Museum opened on July 16, the media response has been overwhelmingly positive. Peter Kane from SF Weekly wrote, “the Tenderloin Museum is already making an indelible mark on the neighborhood’s cultural map.” USA Today described the Tenderloin Read More »
Alexandra Pelosi’s San Francisco 2.0 is on HBO on September 28, and the forty minute documentary is often entertaining. But in her zeal to prove that the “tech invasion” is destroying the city, Pelosi promotes outright falsehoods and ignores facts. Read More »
(Editor’s Note: On September 27, the NY Times published a misguided and inaccurate attack on the federal law designed to improve the health of student lunches (“Why Students Hate School Lunches“) Dana Woldow addressed some of these mistruths back on Read More »
History may record the August 2014 sale of the Villa Carlotta in Hollywood’s Franklin Village neighborhood as the moment in time when the legendary ‘Grande Dame’ became a statistic.
The 1926 apartment building was famously a stop along the path Read More »