Mike Kuba

Mike Kuba is an Associate Video Producer at The San Francisco Standard. Previously, he worked as a freelance filmmaker in Washington D.C. and the Bay Area. He brings experience shooting, editing and producing short documentaries and videos for established media outlets such as 60 Second Docs, brands such as Airbnb and organizations such as the National Park Service. He has also shot and directed his own independent documentaries on issues related to homelessness and climate change.

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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.

Balls, Bats, and Top Hats: These S.F. Baseball Teams Play by 1886 Rules

Bay Area Vintage Base Ball is an adult baseball league for people who want to “let their freak flag fly.” Meet the players who use rules, uniforms and equipment authentic to 1886.

Here’s How San Francisco Deep Cleans Its Streets

In its effort to fight filth, San Francisco spends $96 million a year on street cleaning. We spent a morning with one of the teams on the frontlines.

S.F. Offers Small Businesses Relief Grants for Vandalism, Broken Windows

The program provides neighborhood businesses with grants of up to $2,000.

S.F. Muni’s Financial Crisis Shadows Transit Month Celebration

SFMTA Director Jeffery Tumlin said the agency faces “the worst financial crisis” in its history and needs additional funding.

Chocolate Covered Serves More Than Just Chocolate at Its Small Noe Valley Location

Along with unique chocolates from around the world, Jack Epstein’s shop boasts a photographic history of San Francisco in the form of tin boxes.

Your Questions About Masking Answered by Dr. Naveena Bobba

To mask or not to mask? That is the question.