Tag Archives: Occupy

A Day in the Life of Occupy SF

Resurrection, Take 3 Monday, October 17, 2011 It’s the one-month anniversary of the populist occupations in both New York and San Francisco, and the folks at Occupy SF are starting all over again. For the third time. But you wouldn’t know this from walking around Justin Herman Plaza. It’s 10 a.m., and despite having been torn down 10 hours earlier...

Game Time: The Occupy Movement Survival Quiz

With all the activity around Occupy Oakland and Occupy SF over the past week, and with today’s general strike on everyone’s minds, have you ever wondered whether you have it in you to make it through a political demonstration? Are you curious about how much Occupy trivia you’re stored in the recesses of your brain since September? In this quiz,...

Supervisors Talk With Occupy SF About Camp

While hundreds of jubilant Occupy SF protesters prepared for what they believed would be a confrontation with police officers following a letter from the city, a number of politicos attended the rally and voiced their support for the camp. Among those who attended were supervisors John Avalos, Jane Kim, David Campos, Eric Mar and David Chiu, as well as State...

Occupy SF Dismantled by Police Overnight

After a tense standoff with protesters at the Occupy SF encampment on Justin Herman Plaza, city officials dismantled the camp early this morning, transforming the six-week-old tent city housing hundreds of people back to its original state in a matter of hours. The much-anticipated raid came after weeks of actions by police that clipped the size of the group’s encampments,...

Good Morning Mission!

It is currently 7 a.m., 50°, and headed toward the low 70s as this summer-like weather continues. May Day, also known as International Worker’s Day, is tomorrow, and a march for immigrant rights is scheduled at 24th and Mission streets. Additionally, a “bike cavalry” will leave from 16th and Mission and head to the Golden Gate Bridge to take part in...