Monthly Archives: September 2017

The latest attack on homeless people …

... and condos vs. gentrification in the Mission: That's what's on The Agenda, Sept. 25 - Oct. 1

Cops, cars, guns and death

If the SFPD can't follow its own policies, the supervisors may decide to tighten the city's laws against officers leaving firearms in vehicles

50th Summer of Love gathering finally happening

Peace in the Park on Sat/23 features loads of music, talks, art, groovy vibes -- and Wavy Gravy, of course.

To be blunt, a blast

Smoked Out Soul party at Monarch is a risky, ebullient mix of live instruments and recorded soul-funk grooves.

Quick ‘n dirty guide to Folsom 2017 parties

Calling all dance floor deviants and proud party pervs: It's time to bounce 'til you're chapped.

Party Radar: Lace in the leather

GoGo Penguin, Moodymann, Auscultation, Permission to Land, Sango, The Mole, IDPalooza, Public Works' 7-Year, more.

OPINION: Jerry Brown can help police accountability

SB 345 would mandate that policies and procedures go on the web -- and it's in the governor's hands

Protest over ‘backroom deal’ on Excelsior affordable housing project

Community leaders cry foul over closed-door Safai talks with Safeway and Bridge Housing

The Tom and Tim Show: Sacramento ducks Sanctuary, Robin Williams Meadow ….

... and why the Giants should hire Kapernick. We talk about the week

Oscar Acosta, Chicano revolutionary, finally gets his historical due

Documentary takes a serious look at a brilliant, troubled leader who has been largely eclipsed by his friendship with Hunter Thompson