Updated archives & SF Voting guides

Links to individual shows on dated posts have been updated going back to mid 2021! We hope to have more links up soon. In the meantime, most shows can be found at the archive. Please note the last show was on December 31, 2021 and more recent dates are other content that are not affiliated with The Weekly Review. Below are links to voting guides for San Francisco county on this site in advance of the Nov 8th election. As a start: Yes on J, M, O, No on I, John Hamasaki for DA, Honey Mahogany or Billie Cooper for … Continue reading Updated archives & SF Voting guides

SF Voting Feb 2022 – VOTE NO on Recalls!

February 2022:State Legislature: David Campos School Board Recall Measures: VOTE NO ON ALL! Measure A: Recall Alison Collins: HELL NO!Measure B: Recall Gabriela López: HELL NO!Measure C: Recall Faauuga Moliga: HELL NO! Who is funding the recall effort? courtesy Occupy SF There are two committees raising money in favor of the recall. The first is called Recall School Board Members Lopez, Collins, & Moliga, and was set up in February, 2021. The committee is run jointly by Siva Raj and Autumn Looijen. Raj has two children in public San Francisco schools, while Looijen’s three children are in Los Altos. The pair, who moved to the city in … Continue reading SF Voting Feb 2022 – VOTE NO on Recalls!

December 17, 2021

Listen to and/or download the episode here. Heater Bloc’s Guide for Building the Copper Coil Alcohol Heater and Safety Enclosure is now available! Workers who make cakes for Baskin Robbins are forced to work 12-14 hours/day, make 13+ cakes/minute & get 3 sick days/year. Workers have been on strike for over 5 weeks. Why we need HOMES not cops! “I was homeless in SF…when my mom lost her housing… I stole, shoplifted, & went to juvenile hall b/c I was found sleeping on private property under influence of drugs/alcohol which I started taking after losing my housing as a method … Continue reading December 17, 2021

December 10, 2021

Listen to and/or download the episode here. This is what it’s like to work at Kellogg Torrance police traded racist, homophobic texts. It could jeopardize hundreds of cases from the LA Times FBI may shut down police use-of-force database due to lack of police participation from the Washington Post Press advocates warn of ‘chilling effect’ after North Bay journalist arrested at Sausalito homeless encampment from the San Francisco Chronicle Number of jailed journalists reached global high in 2021, at least 24 killed for their coverage -CPJ report from Reuters Victory at Elmwood, the first unionized Starbucks store in the United … Continue reading December 10, 2021