Stories about Journalism

Lessons from Stop the Draft Week 50 years ago

In 1967, protesters filled the streets of Oakland to stop the draft. Seven faced serious charges -- and their message still resonates today

Tears (and bubbly) for Bubbles

The brutal murder of a beloved, outspoken DJ and artist brought the city together to grieve on Sunday evening.

Capturing queer liberation’s legends and lovers

Photographer Dan Nicoletta's incredible new book 'LGBT San Francisco' documents four decades of essential history.

The Agenda, July 10-16: A landlord attack on ballot initiatives …

... plus what to do when robots take all our jobs, and Prince Gavin hides from the press. We look at the coming week

Fuck you and your toxic masculinity, Mr. President

Trump's attacks on women reporters are just a sign of his insecurity

Surfing the docs

East Bay punk, Russian dash-cams, 'Tokyo Idols' -- SF DocFest rides a wave of global insights.

PG&E, with Trump’s help, could shake down SF for $600 million

Criminal private utility makes another desperate effort to block public power in SF

Join us for our Fourth Anniversary Spring Gala, May 3!

Fun, food, and important support for a free press: Wednesday, May 3, 6pm-9pm at the Stud Bar

Strange rumblings in local news media

SFist bought by right-wing billionaire. Examiner editor goes to work for Breed. What's it all mean?

Fierce resistance to save the Earth from Trump

Earth2Trump campaign is building a vast network of resistance despite great challenges.