Jeremy Cowan, who launched He’Brew beer in San Francisco in 1996, has decided to close the spigot on the brand that brought high quality craft beer—and innumerable Jewish puns— to weddings, bar mitzvahs and liquor stores around the country.
The San Francisco Jewish Film Festival sparked an explosion of Jewish film festivals in nearly every community and country where Jews can be found.
Jewish business owner Manny Yekutiel’s popular, community-focused Mission District café was vandalized over the weekend with graffiti that read “Racist pigz” and “Zionist pigz.”
As the Israel-Hamas conflict was raging last month, a program assistant at the University of San Francisco forwarded an email to a group of students in the School of Education promoting a Palestinian protest taking place the following day.
The pandemic closed the doors of this Bay Area attraction, but now ‘people finally can see art in a safe space that isn’t in front of their computer.’
Cecilia Chiang brought Chinese food to America
In San Francisco, Jews stand with mayor against opening houses of worship too soon
Zoom, Facebook and YouTube cancel Leila Khaled, setting precedent
After protests, Zoom cancels talk with terrorist Leila Khaled
Jewish organizations mobilize to help fire victims