San Francisco To Spend Millions On Safe Sleeping Sites But Not Actual Housing

In what seems to be a backwards way of approaching the seemingly chaotic homeless epidemic of San Francisco, the San Francisco Board of Supervisors are currently considering spending hundreds of millions of dollars to have homeless people sleep in tents on city property, it’s an expansion of the so-called ‘safe sleeping sites’. “The pandemic has […]

When I Gave Out Vegan Sandwiches On Turk Street

A single chocolate-covered mint bounced off the hotel room’s geometrically made bed. I remembered not bothering to later find it — the mint, that is, surrendering it to the gap between the headboard and queen-size mattress. I did, however, make an effort to rendezvous for a dinner party I had earlier agreed to. The party, albeit a […]

CRACK+CIDER To Help The Homeless Rise One Warm Coat At A Time

6,686 people on the street and as we move into the colder months, most to many of these residents eventually die from illness or other existing conditions. Most can’t get into a shelter, secure warm clothing, or even grab a bite to eat. The founder’s of this noteworthy start-up are launching pop-up shops and an […]

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