July in San Francisco is famous for being full of fog, wind, and tourists from Wisconsin buying several ‘I Heart SF‘ windbreakers while huddling together for warmth in a Peet’s Coffee. If you’ve lived in San Francisco long, you may have noticed that the last two summers have been surprisingly…not freezing cold. I live
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By Lucie Duffort Bring La Victrola Back to Burning Man, 2017! Donate Here It’s July now. In under two months there will be swarms of people leaving the city for a desert in Nevada. Burning Man means a ton of things to a ton of people, a chance to go full
As the Bay Area, and many other parts of America, slide into a Late Roman Empire school of excess, the rift between the haves and the have-not’s grows greater by the day. In a world where people sleep on the streets in front of multi-million-dollar homes, trying to find a
about 35 people, most of them software engineers, many from household-name tech companies in Silicon Valley, sitting in a run-down union hall in the Tenderloin, talking about the evils of capitalism and organizing the workers from below to take on the bosses.
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INROADS UP HILLS by John Christopher Nelson The rises and falls distort Celia’s sense of place. Tonight is too cold for May, and the cartilage in her knees stiffens as she navigates the familiar, unsafe path to her apartment. Hosting at a bar means getting stuck at work until the