Jesse Rogala

Jesse Rogala is a native San Franciscan who recently returned to the Bay Area after a five-year stint exploring life on the East Coast. Before joining The Standard as a Senior Video Journalist, Jesse produced enterprise video content for Fortune Magazine. At Fortune, Jesse created videos for multiple award-winning explanatory journalism pieces, and was featured on Fortune’s “Most Memorable Interviews This Decade.” A graduate of the San Francisco State film program, Jesse is an avid consumer of movies and television shows, a big fan of summer camps and excels at reaching things on the top shelf.

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Helping a Hungry City: Building Community Through Burritos

The Burrito Project San Francisco aims to feed those in need with the city’s favorite food.

Meet Renel Brooks-Moon, the Remarkable Voice of Oracle Park and the San Francisco Giants

You know her voice. Now hear her story—and her hopes for San Francisco.

Judy Chicago’s Feminist Art is Unapologetically Colorful

Orange, purple and pink smoke filled Golden Gate Park this weekend, as feminist artist Judy Chicago debuted her latest exhibition at the de Young Museum.

The Race to Replace David Chiu, Explained

David Chiu’s appointment to City Attorney opens up a coveted and rarely-available seat in the state assembly, setting the stage for a high-stakes campaign sprint and political shakeup in the legislature and City Hall.

Dear San Francisco: A Circus Comes To Town

Created by Bay Area residents Shana Carroll and Gypsy Snider, co-founders of the Montreal-based circus troupe The 7 Fingers, “Dear San Francisco” will pay homage to the stunning beauty, storied characters and astounding resilience of the City by the Bay.

These Extraordinary ‘Light Art’ Installations Illuminate S.F. by Night

The city boasts more than 40 installations created by over 30 artists and installed in 17 neighborhoods.

S.F. Reimburses Sustainable Commuters for Emergency Rides Home

Reimbursements of up to $150 are available up to four times a year.

Journey to the Bayview Gateway: A Look at San Francisco’s New Iconic Signage

Donated community household items get a second chance at life with the Bayview Gateway project.

When the Lights Come Up in the City: Innovative Outer Sunset

As COVID cases rose, forcing residents to stay inside, an explosion of creativity and new beginnings took place in the Outer Sunset.

When the Lights Come Up in the City: North Beach Hustle

As the pandemic took hold in San Francisco, North Beach didn’t miss a beat as businesses and community stakeholders banned together to keep the neighborhood vibrant.