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Saturday, October 16, 2021

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Tagged with: Labor

Labor organizing is a part of SF life

Reflections on winning and losing in the local and national movement.

Screen Grabs: Fighting back, from Armenian revolution to Civil Rights struggle

Plus: An in-depth look inside Balanchine's notorious ballet classroom. New movies!

Occupy San Francisco was a game-changer

Ten years later, remembering the movement that gave us "We are the 99 percent" and put economic inequality on the national agenda.

Experimental expressions: Ficks’ Picks for the 12th CROSSROADS Film Fest

SF Cinematheque's annual cornucopia of very independent short films showcases visions from around the world.

Newsom beats back recall handily; now he has to decide who his friends are

Labor and grassroots Democrats kept him in office. Will he remember that when it comes to making policy?

Arts Forecast: Open Studios 2021, Colson Whitehead, The Residents return…

Plus: Cocteaufest, Leather Walk, Judy Collins, Tea Lautrec opening, and more choice events

A farewell to SF Weekly

Editing San Francisco's last alt-weekly paper was probably the most fun I will ever have in my life.

Dandelion Chocolate workers’ union vote is approved by NLRB

On Thursday, after roughly five months, contested ballots cast by Dandelion workers deciding whether to unionize under International Longshore and Warehouse Union Local 6...

Screen Grabs: The ballad of Fatty Arbuckle

The anniversary of Hollywood's biggest silent era scandal. Plus: The Card Counter, Blue Collar, 499, and a great socialism doc.

With Ed Asner, you always got what you saw—integrity

Remembering a devoted, consistent, and aggressive labor leader.