Category: News Columnists

Leading a bicycle coalition in San Francisco is a perilous ride

Riding a bike in San Francisco can be perilous. There are speeding cars and potholes. Then there is the politics…

2 days ago

Anonymous tipster seeks to smear outgoing Supervisor Katy Tang after Sunset District electoral loss

There are sore losers, and then there’s this. It seems someone with a serious axe to grind is out to…

4 days ago

Do we finally have the tools to fight for the San Francisco that should be?

When I woke up the morning after Donald Trump was elected President, the lights in my room were still on…

5 days ago

After 13 years guiding Chamber of Commerce, Jim Lazarus bound for Feinstein’s office — again

  San Francisco is losing a local titan to federal public service: Jim Lazarus is leaving the San Francisco Chamber…

5 days ago

When bloviating regulars are no longer worth the effort

It’s all fun and games until you realize you’ve been listening to the same passenger moan and complain in the…

5 days ago

New S.F. study opens door to exploring gender differences in environmental policies

Some San Franciscans remember a life in the 1950s before our “throwaway culture” took hold. Home cooked meals were the…

5 days ago

Breed may not have been on the ballot, but she lost this election big time

Mayor London Breed wasn’t on November’s ballot, but holy hell did she lose this election. Moderate Democrat candidates Breed endorsed…

6 days ago

Finding reasons to be less afraid

Last week I went to a friend’s house. Everyone there had lived through the turbulence and violence of the ‘60s…

1 week ago