To the Editor…

Posted June 26, 2019 by

Subject: Student loan forgiveness Winners and losers. Wonder how many parents like myself and my wife de jour worked real hard to get their children through college with no debt and will not get equal economic relief?   George Davis
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Waiting lines for affordable housing

To the Editor..

Posted June 26, 2019 by

Re: SF Supervisors Play Politics Amidst Housing Crisis Dear Randy, As a former president of UESF, please allow me to comment on and clarify the following paragraph which details events during my time in office.  UESF was not simply sitting
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PG&E Executives Don’t Deserve Bonuses

Posted June 25, 2019 by

The San Francisco Chronicle recently reported that the bankrupt PG&E Corp. plans to pay a group of top executives nearly $11 million in performance bonuses this year.  The bankruptcy court should disapprove these payments in light of PG&E’s history of
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Final Frameline 43 Reviews

Posted June 25, 2019 by

Stephen Kijak’s fascinating Frameline Film Festival Centerpiece Documentary “Sid and Judy” delivered a portrait of gay icon Judy Garland mainly through the reminiscences of Garland’s manager and eventual third husband Sid Luft.  Newbies to the Garland mystique will be treated
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More Reviews From Frameline 43

Posted June 25, 2019 by

From the moment convenience store clerk Chris gives prospective transwoman and central character Tina the stink eye, the viewer fears for her safety.  That anxiety, heightened by the flash forward of the film’s opening moments, keeps a viewer’s attention riveted
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Frisco 1956: The Best of Times?

Posted June 25, 2019 by

“San Francisco teems with young poets. Hundreds from about sixteen to thirty may show up and engage in an enthusiastic, freewheeling celebration of poetry.” – Richard Eberhart, “West Coast Rhythms,” The New York Times, September 2, 1956.   If you
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