Meaghan Mitchell

Meaghan Mitchell's life mantra is based on the African proverb: "If you want to go fast, go alone. If you want to go far, go together." As a native San Franciscan and journalist, Meaghan has successfully built residents' trust from the city's most marginalized communities by prioritizing news coverage in areas like the Bayview, Fillmore, SoMA and Tenderloin Districts. Meaghan's background is multifaceted and meets at the intersection of diversity, inclusion and community engagement. As a neighborhood editor, Meaghan has written hundreds of articles for Hoodline, has been featured on local outlets such as SFIST, Broke-Ass Stuart and the SF Bayview Newspaper.

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Willie Brown Thinks DA Chesa Boudin Should Run Again. And Says He’d Win

Mayor Breed must wait at least 10 days to appoint a new DA, but one of her mentors thinks Chesa Boudin could win back his old job.

This Week in Civics: See the World’s Libraries, Fireworks at the Wharf and the Meaning of Home

Plus, the future of abortion rights in California, Stop AAPI Hate and the postal service holds a career fair.

Hella News: Willie Brown’s Half-Year in Review

Former Mayor and California Speaker Willie Brown breaks down the biggest news stories of 2022, as well as his favorite things in SF.

Dads Just Wanna Have Fun: 8 Exciting Ways to Spend Father’s Day

Outdoor entertainment, a swap meet and a few steamier options for big poppa.

Hella News: Lots of Love for Bill to Keep SF Bars Open Until 4 a.m.

San Franciscans seem pretty excited about a proposed state law to allow bars in the city to continue serving drinks later in the night.

Patio Play: Watch the Warriors Outdoors at These San Francisco Bars and Pubs

Whether you’re being Covid cautious or just want to enjoy some fresh air while cheering on the home team, these local watering holes are your ticket to gameday fun.

This Week In Civics: Celebrate Juneteenth, Meet Matt Dorsey and Explore Queer Faith

Plus, drag yourself out to the St. Francis, find ‘Middle Ground’ and show your pride in Golden Gate Park.

San Francisco Celebrates Juneteenth With Food Fests, Drag Parties, Live Music and More

From now until June 19, numerous events dedicated to Black life, joy and culture are scheduled throughout the city.

Hella News: Wait, What Happened on Election Day?

San Francisco voters are exhausted after the city held its third election of the year Tuesday. Here’s a quick rundown of results.

This Weekend: Pride, Juneteenth, Castro Theatre’s 100th and More

The weekend is, once again, nigh. Do you know what you’re doing? Given that June marks the beginning of summer it’s becoming increasingly challenging to figure out how to spend our precious weekends here at The Standard