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Putting A Stop To Chop Shops

We’ve all seen the hodge-podge setups around town, with long rows of…

Despite Fire, Barbecue Still Celebrates 50 Years

Known to locals as “The Pit”,  KC’s Bar-B-Que in South Berkeley has…

Jay Newton-Small Riffs on Why Hillary Lost

Four months after 2016 election, many of us still spend time pondering…

A Change in Leadership at SF Weekly

Dear Readers, I am sad to announce that, after careful deliberation, I…

Nonprofit Hands Sanitary Pads to Homeless Women

The 2,400 homeless women in San Francisco between the ages of 20…

An ‘Audacious’ Vision for BART

It was 2014, and Lateefah Simon, was on BART. Her husband had…

Could L.A.’s Prop. M Lead to Cannabis Reform?

Virgil Grant, a longtime cannabis-industry player and co-founder of the Southern California…

How Nonprofits Can Get Grant Money to Stay in SF

As profits zoom up for tech corporations, nonprofits are zooming out of…

Activists Urge Supervisors to Divest from DAPL

The 1,200-mile Dakota Access Pipeline (DAPL) underground oil project has generated massive…

Gascón Signs Pledge to Protect Immigrants

The city of San Francisco has already sued President Donald Trump over…