An aspiring YouTube creator named Tom Dehnel has just put out a new video called “What San Francisco is Really Like”. Considering the dude has only lived here for a year, my first reaction was…well, I didn’t actually react. He messaged me on twitter and I forgot about it. But
Surprise! The end of summer and the beginning of fall will be far from a dull month at the movies. This month’s listings include everything from three different film festivals to a horror fantasy praised by both Stephen King and Guillermo del Toro to period looks at three different cities’
Besides the fact that I really love boobs, I support International Go Topless Day because it’s absurd that men can go topless whenever they want but women can’t. This is a protest against gender inequality and one in favor of body positivity. Real talk: by definition, there is nothing more
The idea behind the Month of Momentum was to try and build a more widespread, grassroots movement to close the camps. Each group that signed up for a day of action is doing their own outreach, therefore spreading the organizing out into 30 different communities.
Your friends’ Burning Man posts are already freaking relentless on Facebook, and you’re the sad sack who’s stuck at home. But don’t trip! There are plenty of Bay Area events if you’re not at Burning Man from August 25 – September 2, and it turns out San Francisco and Oakland
Are your parents or grandparents watching too much Fox News? Are they getting brainwashed into thinking Trump is a necessary evil or that all Americans should have access to automatic rifles? Then you can do something about it! Use the ‘parental lock’ feature on your tv set and stop the
1293 Google and employees and 79 other supporters have pledged publicly not to support US Customs and Border Protection (CBP), ICE, or Office of Refugee Resettlement (ORR) with any infrastructure, funding, or engineering resources, directly or indirectly, until they stop engaging in human rights abuse
Finding suitable jurors to decide the fate of two men in a nationally covered story would prove to be a challenge from the very beginning. Keeping the jury in line throughout the long and emotional Ghost Ship trial has proven more of a headache than the selection itself. Alameda County