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For the performer responsible for Officer Chubbina Fazarelli in “Dyke and Fats,” an International Nasty Girl on a penis-seeking mission in “Dongs All Over the World,” the Everywoman with the randy streak in “Booty Rap,” and Tonkerbell—no descriptor needed—it’s taken a while to get here. And we’re all a little better off, or at least laughing a little harder, because she did. … [Read more...] about The Adorable Rise of Aidy Bryant, SNL’s Next Big Thing
“President Trump is spending the final days of his campaign trying to sow division and distract the American people from his failure to contain the COVID-19 pandemic. He wants to sell Arizona families more of the same reckless leadership that has devastated the state's economy, shuttered thousands of small businesses, and threatens protections for the 2.8 million Arizonans living with a preexisting condition,” Biden said in the statement. “He’s insulted our heroes like my friend Senator John McCain by calling them ‘losers’ and ‘suckers.’” … [Read more...] about Trump Tries to Hold on to Reliably Republican Arizona
This misconception ended in gunfire on May 1, 2020, when Courtney Brousseau was killed in the Mission District. The 22-year-old Twitter employee, transit advocate, Gay for Transit co-founder and unconditional-lover-of-San Francisco had a lot of Raphael Weill in him. I met him once, at a Muni Diaries event, and liked him immediately. Later, he spent the day searching for a Chronicle to explore the 49 Mile Scenic Route map, one of my bigger Total SF civic engagement projects with Heather Knight. … [Read more...] about ‘With a love that is filial’: It’s 2020 and the battle for S.F.’s soul has just begun
With Alabama, he reached the 2017 College Football Playoff title game as a true freshman and was the starting quarterback of the 2018 championship team. After losing playing time the following season to Tua Tagovailoa and winning the SEC title game as an injury replacement, Hurts transferred to Oklahoma and excelled. He finished second in the Heisman Trophy vote his senior year. … [Read more...] about The NFL is confronting racism, but are Black quarterbacks continuing to be stereotyped?