Monday, April 19, 2021

Tag: sfo

Chaos isn’t “change”

By Calvin Welch DECEMBER 23, 2015 -- In a period when our national politics are dominated by candidates on the right that rely on “counter factual facts” (that is lying)...

SF spirit busts out at ‘Springtime Soul Celebration’

Marc & the Casuals, The West Coast Corinthians, Aima the Dreamer, Nick Waterhouse, and more local acts liven up the Chapel, Fri/20.  By Marke B.  ALL EARS "I'm on a very real...

Tom’s Town: Why we need late-night transit

By Tom Temprano FEBRUARY 27, 2015 -- I took a trip to New York for Valentines Day and much of my time there was spent hiding from record-low temperatures below...

About inconvenience and protests

By Tim Redmond DECEMBER 15, 2014 – When workers at San Francisco International Airport restaurants went on strike last week, Mayor Ed Lee’s response was first to try to convince...

Public power in SF: How far we have come

By Tim Redmond DECEMBER 2, 2014 -- In the spring of 1970, when activists and political leaders around the country were planning the first Earth Day, the Daughters of the...

United adds Uber app — despite SFO ban on Uber faux-cab pickups

By Tim Redmond Uber’s attempt at world domination doesn’t end with its somewhat dubious efforts to screw its competitors. The faux-taxi app is now partnering with United Airlines to attract...

Tom’s Town: Google Buses and High-School bullies

By Tom Temprano This Tuesday’s Board of Supervisors meeting had to be the most cramped and uncomfortable place I’ve been in stuck for five hours since I was seated in...

Tom’s Town: There’s $4 toast in Texas, too

Greetings from the wide open ranges of Texas! That’s right, this week’s Tom’s Town comes to you from the halls of George Bush Intercontinental Airport in sunny Houston. As...

Tom’s Town: Harvey Milk (or Dianne Feinstein) at the airport

By Tom Temprano I managed to squeeze in a rare out-of-states trip to Mexico this past week and found myself doing my finest 6am zombie walk through SFO's International Terminal....