Get SF Weekly Newsletters

You searched for:

  • [X]Rachel Swan
Start over

Search for…

Narrow Search

News, Letters

SF Weekly Letters July 2-8, 2014

Follow the Rainbow Be selective in language choices when dealing with queer issues: As one of the few publications ostensibly covering queer issues in S.F. and exposing the class divide, which is, no doubt, very important, you'd think SF Weekly…
Tags: , , , , ,
News, Letters

SF Weekly Letters June 25-July 1, 2014

On Monitoring Alternatives to jail time: My organization contracts with the Sheriff's Department for electronic monitoring. The title "Jail To-Go" is cute, but the program and working with the offender population are serious. Calling our clients…
Tags: , , , , ,
News, Letters

SF Weekly Letters March 26-April 2, 2014

The Potty Problem The homeless are definitely part of the toilet problem in S.F.: The article states: "San Francisco has a poop problem, Sandoval continues, but the homeless aren't the ones at fault." Sandoval would…
Tags: , , , , ,
News, Letters

SF Weekly Letters January 22-28, 2014

Faux Reality The Real World isn't dead yet: Confidence is sexy, along with a quick wit and intellect . It seems I might just tune in after browsing through her bios. Nia N. Blog…
Tags: , , , , ,
News, Letters

SF Weekly Letters January 15-21, 2014

Safety Over Free Speech Keeping the kids safe at school should be a top priority: A few high profile, isolated instances? Blowing it out of proportion? There shouldn't be any instances . Reach as far…
Tags: , , , , ,
News, Letters

SF Weekly Letters December 25, 2013-January 1, 2014

The Sounds of Music Not a fan of bucket drums: I enjoy most street musicians, but I really hate that guy who plays the drums in front of Old Navy, as well as the guy who drums on buckets in…
Tags: , , , , ,
News, Letters

SF Weekly Letters October 30-November 5, 2013

All that glitters isn't gold: If "company founders have long believed that heightened competition drives productivity," as the writes, then I do not think California, or the U.S., would have legal codes of "no competition" or copyrights ["There's Gold…
Tags: , , , , ,
News, Letters

SF Weekly Letters September 4-11, 2013

Hot Air It doesn't matter where the reduction happens, just as long as it does: I'm no great fan of cap-and-trade (I prefer a straight-up approach of carbon taxation at the source), but I think the article fails to note…
Tags: , , , , ,
News, Letters

SF Weekly Letters, August 14-20, 2013

Expansion Plans Not all chain stores are created equal: Keeping out certain chain stores is a good idea. Walmart would have some think it is there for the community, but do many things that prove it is there to please…
Tags: , , , , ,
News, Letters

SF Weekly Letters

Catching a Ride Focus should be on limos, not taxis: The SFMTA needs to focus on stopping illegal limos from stealing the fares of taxi drivers off the street . This is a much greater…
Tags: , , , , ,
News, Letters

SF Weekly Letters

Hitching a Ride Reader welcomes the competition: If this article underscores anything (well done, by the way), it's that the SFMTA is willing to believe a lot of conspiracies, but it is not willing to concede the basic fact that…
Tags: , , , , ,
News, Letters

Letters to the Editor

MDMAngry Not feeling it: Rachel Swan's article "Feelin' Their Thizzle" promised to explain "how the culture of Ecstasy has changed as the drug moved from raves to hip hop," but Swan concluded that what changed is the purity…
Tags: , , , , ,