Dios mío! It’s not easy being 15 – or celebrating for 15 days. But, already many of you have joined the party to support the work that we do. Thank you!
On Day 3 of our campaign, we give you three excellent reasons to do so.
- We are the first to arrive on the scene and the last to leave – even if it means staying until 4:30 a.m.
- Yes, we use data, but we also explore the data, and report it out into readable narratives, as in this four-part series on the city’s settlement cases with the SFPD.
- We record lives lost – from police reform advocate John Crew to the artist Yolanda Lopez, and civil servants and advocates like Buck Delventhal and David Inocencia.
We do this to inspire you, to make better informed and more engaged residents – to make the city better. So, no party is needed. Your donations are better spent on reporting.
I hope you agree!
After months of political wrangling and intense number-crunching, the final budget for San Francisco’s coming years is here.
In San Francisco, the dog days of summer are often the best of times. Theaters, clubs and other venues brim with performances.
“We grew up watching Disney movies,” Iraheta said in Spanish, eyes lighting up.