Starting Tuesday, May 21, we’re taking a spring vacation from publishing Streetsblog San Francisco. Another California editor will update headlines and syndicate some stories (notifications will go out via social media.) Meanwhile, keep up with state stories at Streetsblog CAL and Streetsblog LA and national news at Streetsblog USA. We’ll resume our regular publishing schedule after the Memorial […]
Hi all. We just wanted to update you on our fund raising. First of all, thanks again for your heartfelt support. It’s great to know that so many people appreciate what we do enough to contribute. To review: a short time ago we found out the Craigslist Fund, which had been a stalwart supporter for […]
As you may know from last week’s post, the future of Streetsblog San Francisco is somewhat in limbo. The flagship publication for the Bay Area’s Livable Streets Movement, celebrating its 10th birthday this year, recently lost its largest funder and faces a $25,000 gap. Without an infusion of funds, there will be some major changes […]
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Streetsblog wishes its readers a happy and safe Thanksgiving holiday. We’ll be back on Monday with updated headlines and all the latest from the livable streets movement. Meanwhile, Streetsblog is starting its holiday fund drive. Please consider saying ‘thanks’ for the coverage we provide, by donating now!