David Sikorski

05 Dec 2016

Standing Rock Fight Continues as Pipeline Company Refuses Government Order

The headlines coming from major news outlets are misleading. Although many were quick to jump for celebration, the fight has only temporarily been slowed down but is far from over. Hundreds of vets battle the winter storms to peacefully march toward the front lines and through the Standing Rock camp

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08 Apr 2016

Watch out! LucasFilm’s Will Sue You For A Lightsaber Battle

This past week, the Lightsaber Battle event, made popular during the release of the latest Star Wars: The Force Awakens film, recieved a cease-and-desist letter from LucasFilms for the use of “infringing words.” According to LucasFilms, the word LIGHTSABER is completely owned by Disney and cannot be used in any

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29 Feb 2016

Bay Area Residents Recycle Super Bowl City To Build Homes For The Homeless

For people sleeping on the streets, having no real shelter and trying to battle exposure to the elements, every night is a constant battle to survive. Many of these people can’t afford to wait months on end for a city to scout new shelter locations, vote on new laws, hire

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11 Dec 2015

Your Survival Guide To Avoiding SantaCon SF

Winter is coming! It’s that wonderful time of year where the city is filled with holiday music, candy canes, ornaments and hordes of drunk bros and bro-ettes in santa outfits parading through the sidewalks in embarasing masses. Of course, I’m speaking of ‘SantaCon’ (insert cringe). Since it’s inception in 1994,

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12 Aug 2015

10 Movies You Forgot Took Place in San Francisco

Over the years, Hollywood filmmakers and directors have sought out the city by the bay as the set for some of the most iconic movies of all time. In the last year, it seems that the majority of films are taking place in San Francisco more than any other city. Here are a few films over the years that you may have forgotten or didn’t know took place in our fair city.

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03 Aug 2015

Startups Hold ‘Clean Dolores Park Day’…But Did Anyone Show Up?

On Sunday, August 2, the San Francisco tech community attempted to make amends for the disastrous press they received last week from the mess left behind during a startup’s confetti filled party at Dolores Park. The official Facebook event was titled, ‘Startups Clean Dolores Park, and was intended for those within the

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29 Jul 2015

SF’s First Ever ‘Ginger Pride Day’ (*Update)

Calling all Gingers! Following the Supreme Court’s vote in favor of same-sex marriage last month, an even greater historic and landmark day will be taking place in San Francisco tomorrow.

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