Did you know that we have a special hotel tax in San Francisco that was created to fund our city’s art programs and has a long history of funding low-income housing? It’s a wonderful way of taking some of the massive profits from our tourism industry and reinvesting it into
Wine is justifiable on any night when the bottle costs less than $5, and the modern cheap wine renaissance offers many outstanding varietals. “Varietals” is the word you use when you’re trying to make it sound like you care more about artisan wine snobbery than you care about getting drunk.
The potential tax revenue from legal marijuana in California will dwarf both Colorado & Washington. We calculated the things CA could do for teachers, the homeless, & healthcare with the new revenue
Today’s San Francisco: The absence of a middle class, the narrow perception of black people by new residents, the heightened police violence towards people of color, and the need for citizens to protest
Incredibly strange grocery outlet Foods Co has existed here more than 10 years, offering broke-ass-friendly prices on an inexplicable array of “food” on its Stalingrad-scary shelves. But what are the most bizarre discount groceries sold at Bay Area Foods Co locations? We put the Broke-Ass I-Team on the case to
Code Tenderloin trains residents of the Tenderloin who face the highest barriers to employment and prepares them for employment into entry-level jobs and internships at San Francisco Mid-Market tech companies and local businesses. They are raising money, so help spread the word. You can find their IndiGoGo Campaign here, and
These Safeway Monopoly cards are the Glengarry leads. To you, they’re gold. But does anyone ever win so much as a 99-cent box of Safeway Kitchens macaroni & cheese playing Safeway Monopoly? I’ve seen a lot of card-collecting and not any winning in the months that this highly complicated grocery