Saturday, February 27, 2021

Tag: Facebook

Foreign Correspondent: What Trump and the Myanmar coup have in common

The Asian country’s military overthrew its government over baseless claims of voter fraud. Sound familiar?

Arts Forecast: A peep back at psychedelic SF will raise your spirits

Plus: New local streaming channels from SFSymphony, Oasis, and SFJAZZ—and get ready for Festpocalypse

Leaders under 30: Assemblymember Alex Lee on the impact of engagement

The youngest member of the state Legislature in a century and the first openly bisexual member ever talks about running for office at 25.

Foreign Correspondent: Battle lines drawn on ending Yemen War

The Biden Administration has a chance to undo a disastrous label and open the door for peace.

The lady was a champ: Remembering Margo St. James, patron saint of sex work

Groundbreaking SF icon, who passed this month at 83, left an indelible mark on the fight for sex workers' rights

Deaf advocacy group diversifies leadership—but now faces lawsuit

Board president resigns after her racially-charged video rocks the Deaf Counseling Advocacy and Referral Agency community. But way forward may be blocked by legal challenge.

Foreign Correspondent: Capitol insurrection as seen from abroad

Journalists and activists overseas share what the world is thinking about us.

Foreign Correspondent: US hypocrisy on Cuba continues

State Department ‘terror list’ includes countries that aren't terrorists and excludes those who are.

SF supes to hold hearing on school reopenings

It's a complex issue and even close allies disagree -- but there's a lot of agreement that Mayor Breed isn't helping.

Oakland’s As You Like It label rises from promise to musician Johnny Igaz

10 years in, the party crew launches platform to support Bay Area artists—inspired by member gone too soon