Celebrating pre-tech SF through Muni transfer tickets - The San Francisco Examiner
'Ticket to Ride' is made up of artistic renderings of Muni tickets, most of which are several feet tall. (Courtesy of Optimist Williams)
Celebrating pre-tech SF through Muni transfer tickets
Project fighting to house London homeless for life-saving treatment shortlisted for award
A partnership that fights for homeless people to secure accommodation for treatment after leaving hospital has been shortlisted for the LondonHomelessness Awards.
People We Meet: Molly McCall found her perfect match as a children's librarian
You can tell Molly McCall loves her job.
Standing next to a shelf of book bundles she curated - "my babies," she called them - her abundant felicity is befitting for a children's bookmobile librarian.
Column: She feeds hundreds of homeless daily in Orange County. City officials want her out
Clad in a black-and-white patterned full-length dress, with perfectly coiffed light-red hair, tinted glasses, and turquoise earrings that matched the cross around her neck, 82-year-old Gloria Suess looked better suited for Sunday Mass than helping out the homeless on a sweltering weekday morning.
Police seek woman in Larry Elder attack as his supporters claim a double standard
As the Los Angeles police investigators try to identify a woman wearing a gorilla mask who threw an egg at Republican gubernatorial candidate Larry Elder in Venice, some of the talk show host's supporters are complaining that the Wednesday incident that forced Elder to cut his campaigning short is not generating more outrage.
Berlin Offers Doner Kebab for Corona Vaccinations
Berlin, September 11th, 2021 (The Berlin Spectator) - This coming week, Berliners can choose to get vaccinated at the strangest places.
GP practice helping hundreds of rough sleepers shortlisted for the London Homelessness Awards
A fter six years of saving lives, a GP practice helping hundreds of rough sleepers has been shortlisted for the London Homelessness Awards.
Judge lets stand L.A. ban on homeless RV parking - because the city isn't enforcing it
A law that prohibits homeless people from parking recreational vehicles overnight in some locations has sidestepped a constitutional challenge, for now, after Los Angeles city officials told a federal judge the law is not being enforced.
Report slams police for not finding dead veteran on Bedford VA campus
The body of 62-year-old Tim White, a U.S. Army veteran, was found about 20 yards from his room in an emergency exit stairwell of his residential building.
LAPD is investigating altercation involving Larry Elder at Venice homeless encampment
The Los Angeles Police Department is investigating an altercation Wednesday in Venice involving a group of homeless people and supporters of Larry Elder, Republican candidate for governor.