What a report reveals about the safety of City College’s campuses.
Oct. 7, 2006 is a significant date for modern investigative journalism and Russian journalism. It’s the day Anna Politkovskaya was assassinated outside her apartment elevator.
On the corner of 88 4th St. awaits the fine dining restaurant and training ground known as Educated Palate, where muted jazz music complements assured movements from City College’s dedicated culinary service staff.
Journalism still has its believers, despite the distrust that surrounds it. Flippancy is a common problem people have with the field; journalists don’t report “like they should.”
Although Samantha Ouida Hyland is not the famous warrior her middle and preferred name suggests, she has an ambition worth fighting for.
Music. Music has always been close to the San Francisco native’s heart and ears.
Fede Alvarez’s “Don’t Breathe” unfolds in adept twists designed to leave viewers short of breath, despite its simple premise: three young burglars ransack one final victim’s home for his settlement sum.
The U.S.’s latest culinary sweetheart is none other than the slick avocado, but the fruit comes with far more baggage than many food lovers realize.
This piece was originally published in Vol. 161, Issue 3 of The Guardsman and is being republished as part of San Francisco’s city-wide focus on homelessness on June 29, 2016. For more information about this effort, visit http://projects.sfchronicle.com/sf-homeless/.