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by Manny Otiko, California Black Media This is not a safe way to heat your home. As temperatures begin to drop in California, many residents look at making sure their pilot lights are working so they can heat their homes in the colder months. But Pacific Gas & Electric (PG&E) also wants residents to keep […]

by Linda Parker Pennington Linda Parker Pennington “So you’re going to be part of the gentrification,” my friend declared when, in late 2014, I told him that my family and I were moving to the brand new development at the SF Shipyard. I recoiled from his comment: “I’m not a gentrifier!” Then I thought for […]

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by Danny Glover Jovanka Beckles, the Bay View’s proud choice for Assembly District 10, and Danny Glover campaign together for Yes on Prop 10. I was born in San Francisco and raised in the same neighborhood that I live in today [Bayview Hunters Point – ed.]. When I was 11 years old, my parents – […]

  REQUEST FOR QUALIFICATIONS FOR ON-CALL STRATEGIC COMMUNICATIONS SERVICES (RFQ 18/19-05) Notice is hereby given that the San Francisco County Transportation Authority and Treasure Island Mobility Management Agency are requesting Statements of Qualifications (SOQs) from qualified respondents for on-call strategic communications, media and community relations services. The full RFQ is posted on the Transportation Authority’s […]

by Lee Houskeeper Oakland – Civil Rights Attorney John L. Burris held a press conference on Oct. 26 to announce he is filing racial discrimination lawsuits in the Superior Court of San Francisco on behalf of four African American men against Clark Construction Group-California, Inc., for creating a racially hostile work environment and for allowing […]

A child is carried by a member of Spain’s Maritime Rescue Service as they arrive at the port of San Roque, southern Spain, after being rescued by Spain’s Maritime Rescue Service in the Strait of Gibraltar.  (AP Photo/Marcos Moreno) MADRID (AP) — Spain’s maritime rescue service says a baby has died despite efforts by rescuers […]

Zonnique Pullins gave an indication that her eyes have been changed back to their original color, and she warned fans about undertaking surgical eye color change. On Saturday, Pullins shared a photo to Instagram that was unlike a couple of previous photos. This time her eye color was very visible and they were both brown, […]

“Power” star Omari Hardwick has one request when it comes to women approaching him for a photo or autograph: If he’s with his wife respect her or at the very least acknowledge her presence. It’s something the actor talked about when he dropped by “The Breakfast Club” with Tika Sumpter to discuss their film “Nobody’s […]

The pastor of Emanuel African Methodist Episcopal Church in Charleston, South Carolina, who is the daughter of a victim of the mass shooting in 2015 said she’s grateful that former President Barack Obama was in office during the time of the tragedy, as opposed to President Trump. Nine church members were murdered three years ago […]

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