Fully half of the members of the San Francisco Board of Supervisors have trekked out to Washington D.C. to lobby Congress and the federal government for our share of the economic stimulus pie. However, one City official remains here on the West Coast, just working on his own thing.
City Attorney Dennis Herrera threatens to sue Major League Baseball if the A’s are approved to make their move to San Jose, claiming San Jose is Giants’ turf. It is my strong opinion that black and orange are much more becoming on South Bay residents. So let’s make the best choice here people, for all of us.
In light of Sean Penn’s Oscar win for Milk, the Globe and Mail examines what, if any, political implications may result for the Castro and the gay rights movement statewide. (Psst, Sean! Loved the speech.)
Thirteen percent of City air travel costs are required to go into a fund for carbon offsets. But when almost all City air travel is Not Happening because, well, the Great We Ain’t Got No Money problem, the fund is floundering as well. Thirteen percent of seventy-eight cents isn’t much dough…
Alexis is a native of the Bay Area and holds a Master’s degree in Public Policy from the University of Chicago. While her interest in San Francisco political news may be second to her passion for Hollywood gossip, she’s a junkie for it through and through. Alexis is a mom to two girls, though she exerts her nagging skills on a much larger population. In the infrequent instance that she finds herself with some free time, Alexis enjoys trolling the Alameda Antiques Faire and watching the UFC.