Stuart Schuffman

During the pandemic and other current world crises, many artists have lost their inspiration. (Courtesy Alice Dietrich/Creative Commons)

I’m terrified that 2020 has killed my creativity

Some of us need time to process the year’s traumas before making art

During the pandemic and other current world crises, many artists have lost their inspiration. (Courtesy Alice Dietrich/Creative Commons)

I’m glad the whole Trump administration caught COVID

President and his followers have unleashed a tidal wave of misery

What an odd, half full city San Francisco has become

Despite feeling empty, mad and sad, we can make changes by getting out the vote

Broke-Ass Stuart: Our individualism is killing us

We can survive only by thinking about what benefits the most people, not what feels fun

I’m a lifelong progressive voting for Joe Biden — here’s why

A Trump win threatens democracy not just in the U.S., but across the world

The conspiracy theories that are killing Americans

Take a moment to see the source of your information

A fiery reminder: Get renters insurance

Inexpensive policies cover major losses from a big blaze

Not wearing a mask makes you selfish, not an independent-thinker

I’ve never been so bummed out about being right in my life.

Activism is not a contest

Stand up, show up, listen and learn

You are an Antifa member, you just don’t know it

Antifa isn’t an organization; there is no president or treasurer, there’s not even a GoFundMe.

It’s time for you to decide: Which side are you on?

You’re either on the side that is actively fighting to end violent, systemic racism or you’re helping maintain the original sin

As shelter-in-place goes on, exhaustion sets in

It’s harrowing to witness pandemic’s myriad impacts

The things I miss, hate and love during coronavirus times

I miss hugging people. I miss hugging them when I run into them on the street, in the park, at the grocery, on Muni

Despite our losses, it’s what we’ve gained from the pandemic that matters

Quarantine is almost starting to feel like normal life, until I remember how unnormal it actually is.

How are you staying sane in quarantine?

Movies and TV shows didn’t prepare me for how boring the apocalypse would be.

How coronavirus might save us all

If it takes a global pandemic to show us how broken our system is, so be it

During the coronavirus, it’s important to be a big tipper

Services workers’ livelihoods depend on your support

What having a brother with special needs taught me about socialism

From doctors to therapists to special schools, raising a kid like my brother nearly bankrupted my parents.

Why millions of Californians may not get to vote in the Democratic primary

Tens of thousands of people were registered to vote incorrectly by the California DMV

An open letter to Salesforce CEO Marc Benioff

As you know, the media business model is utterly broken.