Stories about elderly

SF General nurses told not to provide bilingual services

Even after taking an exam, fluent speakers of non-English languages can't get permission to help patients.

Helping seniors with legal issues — for 40 years

Legal Assistance to the Elderly celebrates four decades as the only legal services group in SF that focus entirely on seniors and disabled people.

‘Disasterama!’ chronicles SF’s wild, lost queer underground

Alvin Orloff's new memoir documents crazy nights, retro-camp glamor, and punk sensibility in the face of the AIDS crisis.

Housing Rights Committee celebrates 40 years of fighting for renters

Grassroots group 'birthed by rent control' is now a major force in protecting tenant rights.

Wilkommen to the ever-relevant ‘Cabaret’

SF Playhouse production of the classic musical offers gangbusters entertainment while sending a chill down your fishnets.

Screen Grabs: The perils of ‘Midsommar’

Plus: Paris is Burning, Maiden, Bastille Day, Jaws, War and Peace, and more in cinemas

Senior housing, mental health — SF supes are pushing bold measures

The big policy ideas right now are not coming out of the Mayor's Office.

A hippie van and an annoying smart-phone dude

The clash of San Francisco values hits home in Precita Park.

Silent Film Fest ranges afar—but don’t worry, there’s still Buster

Rhapsodica Satanica, Tonka of the Gallows, Goona Goona, West of Zanzibar, and Japanese Girls at the Harbor light up Castro's silver screen.

From Gorbachev to ‘Red Joan’: SFFILM Fest gets geopolitical

Our Foreign Correspondent reviews films dealing with nuclear secrets, Perestroika, Syrian refugees, Afghan cinema under Communist rule, and more.