I really like your optimistic article Ending Homelessness—And Other Predictions for 2021. I sure hope that your predictions are right and that we will see Biden acting strongly on this. This is a terrible problem that has been Read More »
I just read the Chesa Boudin/Tenderloin article.
How could voters elect a man whose heart is so clearly on the side of the accused and not on the side of the victims. The scales of Justice are dangerously out of Read More »
On George Floyd’s Senseless In-Custody Death
I too am saddened and outraged at George Floyd’s senseless in-custody death by a Minneapolis policeman, which has ignited protests and riots in Minnesota, across the U.S. and even abroad.
A protest is a Read More »
Support Small Business
There is no sound medical reasons for prohibiting the public from going inside and enjoying the many wonderful cafes and restaurants in the bay area. The problem the public confronts is the very narrow perspective Read More »
“Dead space of concrete?” How dare you criticize and denigrate our gathering place, the heart of Japantown, for the sake of your article. And who are you to say that this “project is not among the City’s top 500 needs? Read More »
By Councilmember Rashi Kesarwani
(Editor’s Note: We reposted this email from Rashi Kesarwani to highlight tonight’s hearing)
Dear Neighbor, at Tuesday’s City Council meeting the Council will consider approving a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) between the City of Berkeley and Read More »
This piece first appeared in Streetsblog USA
Researchers find that the framing of articles greatly affects public perceptions of vehicle violence.
A new academic paper says that if reporters could shift away from victim-blaming news coverage, politicians would be forced Read More »
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 Read More »