All of San Francisco should be shouldering construction

By 8 a.m. the jackhammers were already going. The pounding permeated the 100 year old walls of my apartment like…

3 months ago

We should all promise: The ‘I Promise School’ as a model for tech funders

A Letter to Education Philanthropists, Tech Disrupters, and Charter School Enthusiasts My Cleveland cousins and I have a history of…

3 months ago

Longer buses lead to less fighting on the 9R line

One Muni official has the cure for fisticuffs on San Francisco commutes: longer buses. The introduction of longer 60-foot buses…

3 months ago

Jury duty is a civic responsibility

This week, I would like to republish an article first published in the San Francisco Examiner on July 30, 2015.…

3 months ago

Fall 2018 Arts Preview: Theater

Musicals, dramas, premieres and revivals are among the season’s bounty of theater offerings. West Side Story: Hillbarn Theatre presents the…

3 months ago

‘Little Stranger’ is well-made and refined — yet chilly

Based on the best-selling book by Sarah Waters, the new movie “The Little Stranger” is a gothic story set in…

3 months ago

Fall 2018 Arts: Classical, Dance, Museums, Pop, Theater

As is typically the case as autumn arrives, Bay Area artists and guests are filling stages, arenas, parks, concert halls,…

3 months ago

Fall 2018 Arts Preview: Classical

A wide array of chamber, choral, operatic and symphonic music fills concert halls. San Francisco Symphony Opening Gala: Violinist Itzhak…

3 months ago