Sponsored link
Saturday, July 2, 2022

Sponsored link

Tagged with: Chronicle

Lessons from a fearful fido: Meredith May’s ‘Loving Edie’

It may be packaged as a dive into doggy world, but the Bay Area author's second book is all about accepting limits.

A tough-on-crime DA doesn’t translate to lower crime rates

New study compares SF, Sacramento—and finds that a more progressive approach to criminal justice is associated with lower crime rates.

‘It was more than rock ‘n roll’: Ben Fong-Torres on SF’s music heyday and ‘Like a Rolling Stone’

A new doc spotlights the iconic rock journalist's experience with legends—and being an Asian American reporter in the '60s and '70s

Through photos and stories, Humans of San Quentin shares truths of the incarcerated

Educator Diana Kahn's expanding, collaborative online project humanizes those behind bars to 'help set the record straight.'

Unlike London Breed, I never took my mask off. Now COVID cases are up again

The mayor's 'back to normal' stance seems to mean reinvigorating the Financial District more than protecting her constituents

Will the mayor spend money the voters approved for social housing?

And if the taxpayers are spending $1 million a year on police PR, why can't we get even basic information from SFPD? That's The Agenda for May 2-9.

Local conference looks to shake up publishing, with a focus on access and equity

Publishers Professional Network gathering celebrates vibrancy of the book business while invoking a better future

Twice in 54 years, SF cops beat charges of racist violence

The alarming parallels between a 1968 trial and the Terrance Stangel case

London Breed’s big COVID failure

She had a chance to show great leadership. Then she lifted the mandates—and increased the risk of more infections.

Good Taste: Support San Francisco’s only Ukrainian restaurant

Pushkin delights with vereniki and pelmeni dumplings—plus, where to donate for Ukrainian food aid.