At one point of the whole process, I found myself telling my family, “Funerals aren’t for the dead, they’re for the living.” — David Fisher (played by Michael C. Hall) From the ages of 1 to 14, I spent four days a week with my nana. She was my second
You know a place is worth visiting after Anthony Bourdain and Chris Cosentino gave it a thumbs up on the show “The Layover”. To Hyang on Geary and 2nd Ave. in the Inner Richmond is no exception. After seeing a short video Bourdain made about the place, I decided to try it out with
I went to this place called Pad Thai in Bernal Heights last Monday night. My roommate Heddy took me there. It was kinda way out there, but it pretty much hit the spot and was hella cheap. We had three dishes and beers for about $30. Perfect. We didn’t do
Over the past few years I’ve watched as San Francisco has been pulled out from under us and sold to the highest bidder. And I’m fed up and heartbroken. San Francisco is for everyone, not just the wealthy elite, and this is why I’ve decided to run for mayor....
I’ve yet to come across a joint in San Francisco with tastier, cheaper southern style cooking than Hard Knox Cafe in the Richmond. Southern homestyle food is probably the last thing that comes to mind when one thinks of San Francisco. That perception is soon to change. Hard Knox offers
Old school. Cheap. Delicious. Haig’s Deli has been serving up delicious, affordable Mediterranean food for decades. Their food is so good, in fact, that it is sold in stores all over the Bay. Perhaps I’m partial to Haig’s because it’s only four blocks from my apartment. In reality, though, Haig’s
Sunshine. It makes everyone happy. Our cities become alive when the sun shines. Suddenly everyone starts wearing less clothing. We catch glimpses of fresh flesh that has been covered up with layers all winter long. Some lucky people have a natural bronze to flaunt without even trying. Others need to
Now, it doesn’t take an economist to discover that housing is barely affordable for people with “fill in the blank” situations (certain jobs, students, broke asses, etc.), especially those who live in cities with extremely high costs of living.
Did you know that “very low” income for one person living in San Francisco is $39,600?