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Tagged with: mental health

There’s not much care in Newsom’s CARE court

Governor Gavin Newsom’s CARE Courts are now law. He signed the legislation on September 14.  Senate Bill 1338, a Newsom proposal, will create a specialized court where...

Post-punk trio Automatic brought the heat at SF gig

Sweat dripped during their show at The Chapel—blame it on the irresistible New/No Wave verve

Screen Grabs: ‘Pearl’ aims for down-home Technicolor chills

Plus: Korean SUV-driving cyborgs from 1380, post-colonial African horror, and a creepy Danish tale of misplaced trust. New movies!

Here’s the most important data in the new report on homelessness in SF

A massive failure of housing policy, at the state and local level, is behind this ongoing crisis.

No, San Francisco is not riven by a left vs. left ideological split

This old story is back, and it's still wrong: There are real, serious issues between the progressives and the corporate power structure

Arts Forecast: End-of-summer Bowie worship, earth justice beat symposium

Plus: Hip-hop in the Kapwa Gardens, an aerial arts version of 'For Colored Girls,' and so much more.

Fetish fair plans for monkeypox safety as thousands of attendees come to SF

The huge Up Your Alley fair takes place on Sunday. Here's how organizers are handling the public health issue

Letter from Lisbon: Healthcare, housing, and ham sandwiches

Portugal's relatively high tax rate helps keeps homelessness and housing prices relatively low. And the beer is good

With fits and blues, Adia Victoria brought ‘Southern Gothic’ to the Chapel

Channeling both Lead Belly and Mazzy Star, with her own spellbinding scent of magnolia, the Nashville singer testified.

Under the Stars: We’re calling it for Kabwasa, thrilling to Touching Bass, more

L'Rain's brilliant sound, Destroy Boys come to rock, Ash Lauryn's history of techno, Elbow Grease comes to play—new music!