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    Ellen Pontac (1941–2020): Flooding the World with Love and Life

    Ellen Pontac (1941–2020): Flooding the World with Love and Life

    By John Lewis and Stuart Gaffney– We met the extraordinary Ellen Pontac, along with the love of her life Shelly Bailes, on the miraculous first day of San Francisco’s Winter…

    Strengthening Our Safety Net During the Coronavirus Pandemic

    Strengthening Our Safety Net During the Coronavirus Pandemic

    By Brett Andrews– This is an unprecedented moment. The interconnectedness of our community and our world is laid bare in the starkest of terms as we face and take action…

    2020 Census: Rise Up and Be Counted

    2020 Census: Rise Up and Be Counted

    By Assemblymember Phil Ting– We are living in unprecedented times. The Bay Area’s stay-at-home order is necessary to slow the spread of COVID-19, which threatens the health and well-being of…

    COVID-19 and Shelter in Place

    COVID-19 and Shelter in Place

    By Dr. Marcy Adelman– These are extraordinary times. It has only been since March 17 that Mayor Breed ordered San Francisco residents to shelter in place, to stay indoors, to slow the…

    Ann Rostow: Primary Colors

    Ann Rostow: Primary Colors

    By Ann Rostow– Primary Colors Never before in my voting life have I vacillated between so many candidates for such a long period of time. Most recently, you may recall…

    Social Justice Slate Dominated San Francisco’s DCCC Race

    By Kevin Bard– The Social Justice slate—with a lot of help from the Harvey Milk LGBTQ Democratic Club, Pissed Off Voters, the Berniecrats, the Guardian, and others in our progressive…

    One for the Money, Two for the Show, Three to Get Ready, Now Go, (Old White) Men, Go

    One for the Money, Two for the Show, Three to Get Ready, Now Go, (Old White) Men, Go

    By Andrea Shorter– You might still be nursing a post-Super Tuesday Democratic Primary party hangover or heartache. If you were rooting for former VP Joe Biden to resuscitate back into…

    Former San Francisco Bay Times Columnists on Track to Win DCCC Seats

    Three former San Francisco Bay Times columnists appear to be among the victors in the recent District 17 race for 14 open seats on San Francisco’s Democratic County Central Committee…

    Two Prestige Sporty Coupes

    Two Prestige Sporty Coupes

    By Philip Ruth– It’s time for more coupes! In my last column, I compared Hyundai and Toyota coupes from the sub-$30,000 market. Here, we’ll rise to the top of the…

    Mayor Breed Appoints Debra Walker to SF Arts Commission

    Mayor Breed Appoints Debra Walker to SF Arts Commission

    Artist and housing policy advisor Debra Walker, who has created several popular covers for the San Francisco Bay Times over the years, was recently appointed by Mayor London Breed to…