Tag: News Columnists

Hellman Meadow a fitting tribute to local benefactor

San Francisco is blessed with an abundance of meadows, but what it really needs is a new generation of civic-minded…

7 years ago

Occupy SF spirit will outlive encampment

San Francisco officials showed great restraint in dealing with the local Occupy movement, something you might expect when about half…

7 years ago

Family keeps enduring Thanksgiving tradition alive

Leave it to a group of nurses to start a healthy Thanksgiving tradition in San Francisco, one that’s lasted 50…

7 years ago

Parking costs a tired way of balancing Muni budget

No one is quite sure when it happened, but at some juncture in the past decade, transportation planners and officials…

7 years ago

With San Francisco's election over, hospital plan takes center stage

One of the biggest winners in last week’s election wasn’t even a topic of discussion for most of the campaign.…

7 years ago

Election results strip bare any myths about San Francisco

Back in the early days of this column, I would occasionally get letters from irate readers over my latest rant…

7 years ago

No ballot count needed for these SF election winners and losers

Widespread voter confusion, wasted millions in campaign financing, claims of election fraud — just a typical November in San Francisco.…

7 years ago

Coaching is all in the family for this San Francisco clan

With the surprising success of the 49ers this season, there’s been a lot of talk about the Harbaugh brothers, the…

7 years ago