Thursday, April 15, 2021

Tag: Manufacturing

Review: Zarouhie Abdalian holds back too much in ‘We can decide’

At Altman Siegel, the artist's minimal interventions gesture admirably but too delicately at weighty ideals.

State data shows COVID spread alarmingly at workplaces

The virus appears to have been infecting people at their jobs, not just at family parties and social events.

We can reimagine the post-COVID San Francisco

The future should be up to us -- not the corporate overlords who have controlled city planning for decades.

Iconic Bayview sign comes down for vital community center: Here’s its surprising history

India Basin Industrial Park's Manwaring Letters have deep artistic roots. Now stored, their future remains uncertain.

Foreign Correspondent: The upcoming fights over COVID vaccine

Who will be vaccinated first -- and in what country?

Foreign Correspondent: What Bolivia can teach the US about fair elections

The South American nation sets an example of how to undo a coup.

Screen Grabs: Films that pull back the veil

The Trump regime’s egregious wrongdoing and pollutive effect on society has wound up bringing greater attention to long-term (yet rapidly worsening) woes of American life like police violence, income...

OPINION: Keep transit lanes for public transit

The SFMTA Board of Directors will hold a special meeting Tuesday/30 to consider, among other items, the creation of temporary emergency transit lanes. We need to tell the board...

Screen Grabs: Traveling the world, popcorn in hand

This week’s openings personify the movies’ appeal as armchair travel, encompassing cinematic detours to Ireland, Israel, Poland, China (twice), American backroads and various African nations, plus a tribute to...

Arts Forecast: Welcome to the ‘Manifesto’

If people asked me who I'd invite to my dream dinner party, I'm pretty sure James Baldwin, Nina Simone, and Fela Kuti would make the shortlist. On the conversational...