Monday, April 19, 2021

Tag: COVID

Letters to the Editor: Remembering Lawrence Ferlinghetti

Remembrances of the late literary lion from writers David Talbot, Tony Robles, and Eric Sneathen

Judge upholds gag order on SF Bay View editor

Malik Washington now faces sanctions -- and maybe a return to prison -- for telling the press and public about a COVID outbreak at a private halfway house.

Screen Grabs: A fascinating ‘Father,’ an over-bloated ‘Cherry’…

Even for movies, it feels like 2020 is dragging its feet well into 2021. COVID World’s changes in release patterns and delays in awards-giving mean that some films being...

No “Happy Women’s Day” at Mexico City’s radical March 8 protests

With powerful determination, feminists faced down the metal walls rape apologist President AMLO built to keep them under control.

In Pouké Halpern’s work, domestic vessels resonate with subtle poetry

Muted lines and an ambient optimism about the glass-half-full infuse the artist's delicate paintings

Books: Free City and the fight for community college education

A comprehensive history tells the story of the struggle to preserve SF's City College -- and block the neo-liberal approach to education.

‘Free Malik’ protest calls for end to private prisons

Activists want Bay View editor released -- and the Geo Group out of California.

El Tecolote’s Radio Teco brings legendary neighborhood paper to podcast life

Legacy of community service continues with episodes on what it's like to get COVID, Central American art, more

The Agenda: Hazard pay for grocery workers …

... a hearing on Malik Washington's free speech and a rally to save City College: That's The Agenda for March 8-14

The curious case of the Gray Lady and the Museum of Sentimental Taxonomy

The New York Times denies awareness of Kija Lucas's ongoing project as it launches a very similar feature. The artist calls BS.