Socialism’s Front Woman
Young candidate for president calls for people to get organized
By Margaret Wright
Peta Lindsay’s campaign is not about a short-term electoral victory. It’s about building a movement, she says, and setting an example for young people who feel alienated by the political scene.
The Hungry Ghosts
Doctor says loss and trauma cause addiction—not just genetics
By Carl-John X Veraja
Maté is a compelling speaker, as his agile phraseology and hard-earned authority bear out—regardless of whether you agree with his conclusions. And some people don't.
Around and Around
In defense of the Candelaria roundabout
By Gene Grant
The intersection sees 300 percent more accidents with pedestrians than the rest of the city, equivalent to the San Mateo and Montgomery intersection. That is just startling for an area that rightfully prides itself on a mellow pace of life.
Rain on Downtown’s Parade
By Carolyn Carlson
Twinkle Light Parade moves to Nob Hill, strip clubs are scrutinized, and the city bans spice and bath salts.
Odds & Ends
By Devin D. O’Leary
Funny because it happens to someone else.
Duke City Roller Derby Season Opener
By Renée Chavez
The Dooms Dames take on the Disco Brawlers.
By Maggie Grimason
Kids race a 1k while adults participate in a 5k or run in an 8k. The run benefits non-profit Global Health Partnerships, an organization that provides medical care and humanitarian aid to the poor in rural Kenya with local community support.
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