Re: Fremont’s Wrong Turn
I forwarded Randy Shaw’s latest article about Fremont CA to Jenny Kassan’s Facebook page, since it mentions her council race.
She responded in her typically aggressive, dismissive way. Her curt responses is probably because Read More »
Randy Shaw wrote a piece (“SF Public Defender Wrong About Tenderloin Drug Dealing,” December 11) challenging me about my stand on drug arrests and strategy in the Tenderloin the day after I was quoted in the Chronicle, claiming Read More »
Community Rallies behind San Francisco Elders with a Lifetime of Counseling Underprivileged
Over the last three years, nearly 70 percent of the households facing Ellis Act evictions that I have counseled contained occupants 65 years or older. Many of these Read More »
RE: “Special Edition: Election Predictions for November 2018”
* I agree with the author’s prediction that the Democrats will retake the House of Representatives, and regain the majority.
The American people are tired and fed up with the Republicans’ Read More »
Could an octagonal playing field be an improvement over soccer’s current rectangular field? That’s one of the ideas thrown out by self-styled soccer re-inventor Laurentiu Ginghina. This man who dreams of revolutionizing soccer is the subject of Cornelieu Porumboiu’s newest Read More »
The annual 3rd i Film Festival returns this weekend with its 16th edition of films from South Asia and its Diaspora. Of particular interest this time around are a couple of personal documentaries about two areas of South Asia unfortunately Read More »
Pia Guerra’s Image Comics collection “Me The People” makes a timely appearance for Americans numbed and traumatized by the venality and mendacity of Trump’s America. The visible wincing and sometimes loud laughter Guerra’s images evoke will reassure these readers that Read More »
As a Vietnam veteran who served in the Marines between 1968 and 1972, I am all too familiar with the wounds of war Suzanne Gordon describes in her excellent new book. Like so many people who served in Vietnam, I Read More »