Author: Sally Stephens

What Harry Potter stories and youth activists have in common

Last Friday, about 2,000 San Francisco Bay Area students left school and marched down Market Street to demonstrate their anger…

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Treasure Island marina deserves approval

A new marina in Treasure Island’s Clipper Cove is close to becoming a reality, and it’s a testament to the…

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Addressing SF’s anticipated shelter service gaps with Safe Organized Spaces

Elected representatives, voters, and residents across San Francisco’s political spectrum agree that thousands of people living without safe shelter and…

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SFPD early warning system flags possible bad apples fewer times in 2018

An early warning system designed to prevent police misconduct in San Francisco flagged officers fewer times in 2018 than the…

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SF transit officials to begin studying car-free streets

Transit officials want to make some San Francisco streets car-free. The chair of the San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency Board…

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‘Working is the best thing’ for Chita Rivera

By the time most people see their 80s, thoughts of work are long gone and endless travel beckons. Almost seven…

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‘Black Eagles’ tells sadly timely Tuskegee Airmen story

Injustice is a fertile seed for good drama. So is aspiration. Both are central themes in “Black Eagles” onstage in…

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