Stories about High School

SF kids speak out against displacement in ‘City Not For Sale’

By Caitlin Donohue While adults (grant inequity-spurring tax breaks to social media companies and) dither on about the current influx of wealthy tech workers and...

Undocumented youth under immense stress, study finds

Fear of law enforcement creates mental-health issues, UCLA researchers report By Viji Sundaram APRIL 27, 2015 -- Fear followed Alberto Velazquez every time he left the apartment...

The battle over SF bus stops

As foes of the Google Bus deal take their case to court, a state bill would legalize the privatization of public bus stops By Sue...

Prosperity, poverty, and really bad planning

You may not have heard of the Economic Prosperity Strategy -- but it's an alarming, dangerous proposal that could impact the future of San...

Need a lyrical lift? Better ‘Call Allen’

Guerilla Ginsberg campaign celebrates National Poetry Month, locally.  By Marke B. STREET LIT If you've seen the above stenciled on various sidewalks around the Bay, and you...

Keep watch at Crossroads, new visions await

Cinematheque's treasured annual festival brings more than 50 experimental filmmakers to Victoria Theatre's screen, April 10-12.   By Jesse Hawthorne Ficks SCREEN GRABS My first exposure to...

Tom’s Town: The Sweet 16 ballot plan

Why allowing 16-year-olds to vote makes a lot of sense. Plus: The alarming water-use figures on almonds By Tom Temprano MARCH 27, 2015 - Sixteen is...

Ted Gullicksen’s legacy

By Tim Redmond NOVEMBER 17, 2014 – It felt as if the whole San Francisco Left was at Mission High School Sunday for Ted Gullicksen’s...

See you Sunday at the Ted Gullicksen memorial

By Tim Redmond NOVEMBER 14, 2014 -- The memorial for Ted Gullicksen, longtime director of the Tenants Union and hero to generations or renters, is...

Marcus Books returning to SF as legacy business as indie stores continue their struggle to survive

By Denise Sullivan NOVEMBER 14, 2014 -- It's been said that ghosts haunt the majestic purple Victorian on Fillmore and Post Streets. People who can...