The Walgreens at 1979 Mission St., next to the 16th Street BART Station, will close its doors for...Read More
Argueta will be speaking about his book and the humanitarian crises in Central America and Mexico on Saturday, Oct. 26 at Answer Coalition’s offices at 2969 Mission St.Read More
The Academy of Art recently unloaded 56 of its classic cars. The millions it received may soon come in handy.
The Academy of Art’s auto museum is operating without city permits. Of course it is. The...Read More
Little-known fact: Stonehenge was actually installed when a group of Neolithic Briton homeowners...Read More
Breaking: SF Health Dept. allowed mental patient to skip waitlist for psych facility — solely to avoid legal scrutiny
Another troubling development at the city’s Behavioral Health Center Under oath, a...Read More
SF officials willfully kept 45 beds to house mentally ill empty — but falsely told staff it was because they were ‘on probation’
Licensing body confirms SFGH housing facilities for the mentally ill — with 45 beds left empty and...Read More
Paneez Kosarian could’ve used her platform for good. Instead, she cast every homeless person as a mentally ill, drug-addicted menace.
It’s a damn shame that Paneez Kosarian was attacked and feared for her life. The terror of physically engaging with an aggressive and deranged person who may be capable of anything is horrifying. I know this personally.
But it’s also a damn shame that Kosarian has parlayed her victimhood in this way, and is grafting together the wholly unrelated subjects of Austin James Vincent — and this city’s questionable handling of him — and the ongoing plans to provide shelter and treatment to homeless individuals in SoMa.Read More