Although it is not described that way so much anymore, California may be a good indicator of what the US will look like in the next decades.
Changing ourselves changes the world. In 2013, a group of daily givers, myself included, committed to provide seed funding to a fledgling social chan...
Young men and women all over the world should be in charge of telling their own stories.
Addressing issues of societal concern using the spoken word format is very appropriate considering San Francisco's history.
During these troubled times, Tina Turner isn't the only one who needs a hero. Many of America's greatest cities are at risk of becoming modern-day Gothams.
The truth of the matter is that 2013 saw a range of black men portrayed in major films. And that is a very good and overdue thing.
The Trulia Price Monitor and the Trulia Rent Monitor are the earliest leading indicators of how asking prices and rents are trending nationally and lo...
Take a look at some shots from Friday night's performance of Magik*Magik Orchestra with some local legends.
Spreading the message of empowering Americans and making government functional would seem like an easy task. But when 78 million more people want to watch a corporate football game instead of the game of the politics of running a country, it's an uphill battle for Rep. Lee, or anyone that wants Washington to actually become more functional, no matter the party.
It was loud. And tight. His sobbing eyes locked onto mine for six minutes as I lay over him and tried to smile. I told him everything was going to be OK.
In one of his last interviews before disappearing to write his next book, Robert Putnam spoke with Jane Williams on Bloomberg EDU about the growing gap in social mobility among U.S. children.
Kluwe has drawn a great deal of attention to a subject far too neglected by this country. His book, "Beautifully Unique Sparkleponies" sure has candor, and was great fun to read. However, I take issue with his latest Deadspin piece.
I need to actively break down these cognitive barriers that society firmly supplants into the psyche of our children, hell, of our men, young and old.
Nikhil Arora and Alejandro Velez of Back to the Roots have done just that -- twice. They perfected the art of mini mushroom farming, and then applied their technique to aquaponics.
We were Negro back then. It took me awhile to realize when the TV newsmen spoke of the Negro race, they meant me, my family, and most of the people in...
By Rebecca Podesta, offMetro SF Named for one of Oakland's most famous former residents, author of adventure classics like The Call of the Wild and...