Sunday, April 18, 2021

Tag: Richmond

Black Freighter Press sails in, boosting writers of color and radical imagination

The revolution will be published, with the help of SF Poet Laureate Tongo Eisen-Martin and Alie Jones' new outlet.

More parks privatization: The horses of Golden Gate Park

Private vendor takes over public space for high-priced concession -- and workers get to live in trailers in the park (while homeless people are kicked out).

Letters to the Editor: Remembering Lawrence Ferlinghetti

Remembrances of the late literary lion from writers David Talbot, Tony Robles, and Eric Sneathen

The push for $15 an hour

Local demonstration joins national movement calling on senators to support increase in minimum wage.

Quilting genius Rosie Lee Tompkins stitched abstraction to history

Through Berkeley Art Museum, the Richmond artist's "crazy quilts" dazzle with wild colors and spiritual messages

CA Craft Beer Week comes to a foamy head with tasty local offerings, events

Pour it on for new releases and collabs, a dim sum pair-up, a rap royalty tribute, and even—gasp!—great gluten-free beer

Leaders under 30: SF Youth Commissioner Jayden Tanaka on valuing diverse young voices

A high school student talks about the role of young people in the political process -- and why we need more affordable housing.

Good Taste: Al Pastortas, all purple everything—plus Lunar New Year, V-Day tips

Super Bowl snacks, ube mania, a mango-themed restaurant, loaded love latkes, and more local treats

Again, the Chron pushes the Yimby agenda that will never work

But a public bank might actually make a difference. Plus: Rent relief and accountability for business districts. That's The Agenda for Jan. 24-31

Don’t forget the beats: A mixtape-homage to the Bay’s 2020 sounds

Set inspired by this year's 48 Hills music coverage fits in E-40's social distancing anthem and Eki Shola's aural healing—dedicated to the late, great Cutty Banks.