Every progressive has his price. For the San Francisco Bay Guardian, it's apparently $1 million. For decades, the Guardian and its staff have insulted the Weekly and its writers because we were purchased by an out-of-town corporation. Now that the Guardian is seriously entertaining the idea of ... More >>
That's not Timmy...Here's the funny thing about covering athletics or athletic events: If you make even the slightest mistake, you will be exposed as a sporting moron. Over at the Guardian, we don't question Tim Redmond's Giants fan credentials -- but it seems it didn't rub off on Steven T. Jones ... More >>
Veteran Bayview-Hunters Point activist Espanola Jackson speaks out against the Guardian projectFoes Assert Project is Un-American, Will Hurt Children...The San Francisco Planning Commission today unanimously approved San Francisco Bay Guardian Publisher Bruce Brugmann's application to rent the ro ... More >>
A local committee of the Society of Professional Journalists and the weekly San Francisco Bay Guardian continue to conceal the identity of a photojournalist present at a murder scene in Bayview-Hunters Point last year -- despite the fact that the photographer disclosed his own identity when he en ... More >>
Last month, my colleague Benjamin Wachs and I penned an SF Weekly cover story titled "The Worst-Run Big City in the U.S." Now, according to a letter we received in late December, the Guardian believes it has found the loose thread in our sweater it hopes to pull in a forthcoming article, unra ... More >>
But we've still got plenty hereNotwithstanding a barrage of intemperate comments on our recent post discussing the comparative claims to insanity of the "birther" and "truther" movements, we here at The Snitch had thought that adherents of these conspiracy theories were comfortably removed from t ... More >>
An e-mail promoting a festival of 9/11 Truther conspiracy theory films was sent today to perhaps hundreds of members of the Bay Area media by one of the city's most respected cinematic promoters, Karen Larsen of Larsen Associates. On the e-missive, a surprising number of respected B ... More >>
'Meeting time, guys.' The strangely nostalgic odor of stale beer wafts through the streets of Potrero Hill as a handful of familiar figures converge on a designated corner. It's the Progressive Apologists, a group of lefty media movers and shakers who have been summoned to a top secret meeting ... More >>
The Guardian would have you believe that stealing this van is a violation of The Raker ActSo SFist is blaming the robbery of the San Francisco Bay Guardian's "Best of the Bay" van on us. Apparently, some miscreant(s) broke into the SFBG's parking lot last night and zoomed off with the easily identif ... More >>
Maybe you've seen him blow through stop signs and red lights, tooEvery day in San Francisco, hundreds of thousands of people do something good for the environment by taking Muni instead of driving their cars. These brave souls definitely don't ride Muni trains and buses without complaint; in fact, c ... More >>
A new power broker emerges after Daly smackdown.
Ralph Nader and running mate Matt Gonzalez are looking to make a difference in the upcoming presidential election. Early polling suggests they just might.