Photo of Billboard quoting Chesa Boudin saying Tenderloin families don't care about drug dealers

Chesa Boudin in Deep Political Trouble

Posted April 25, 2022 by

An Energized Pro-Recall Electorate I wrote on February 21 that San Francisco District Attorney Chesa Boudin’s June 7 recall would go “down to the wire” (See “Can Boudin Survive Recall?”). Today, I see Boudin facing an almost insurmountable challenge to
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Photo shows Urban Alchemy's Tenderloin "Oasis" at Hyde and Turk

Urban Alchemy’s Tenderloin “Oasis”

Posted April 25, 2022 by

Building Community in the Tenderloin Last Thursday, Urban Alchemy (UA) unveiled its latest success: the transformation of a run-down parking lot at Turk and Hyde into what they call an urban “oasis.” A site long filled with drug dealers  now
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More Reviews From Cinequest/Cinejoy 2022

Posted April 25, 2022 by

Arais Meteyard’s animated short “Nothingness Conquered Them” brings up some big picture issues in its running time of (checks watch) slightly over two minutes.  These subjects include religion-incited social divisions, helplessness in the face of mass misery, and wars of
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Reviews From SFFILM 65

Posted April 25, 2022 by

Sally Rubin’s joyous and playful short film “Mama Has A Mustache” brings a warm-hearted alternative to public GQP hysteria over the changing nature of family.  Its cut-out animation and non-patronizing receptiveness to its subjects’ feelings will make the viewer feel
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