OFF MENU IS SPONSORED BY EMPEROR NORTON’S BOOZELAND THE TENDERLOIN’S NEWEST HISTORIC DIVE. HAPPY HOUR NOON – 7PM It was the 1990s in Sacramento, CA. The sighting of “The Brothers” was a regular occurrence in my childhood neighborhood, Oak Park. Yolanda and I sat on opposite sides of the back of the bus.
By Kate Haverston It’s 2018. Across the nation, women are marching and fighting for the same basic rights our mothers and grandmothers fought to obtain. The Trump Administration is chipping away for equal healthcare access for women and equal rights and equal pay in the workplace. Have we really made
San Francisco is an old, iron safe filled with gold, glory, disaster, and secrets. SFCentric History is a column, by SF writer V. Alexandra de F. Szoenyi, that digs in the vaults of local history and shares the sensational people, places, and things that rocked San Francisco. One of the best ways
Hopefully by now you’ve heard that I’m doing a big Choose Your Own Adventure day on Thursday 2/22. It’s going to be so rad! Nobody is doing anything like this. I’m sure you’re wondering how it’s going to work though so I figured I’d break it down: How to Play
By Genie Carter I try to spend as little time as I can on Facebook, but like so many people, I quickly get sucked into the ease of scrolling through stories and clicking the little red numbers when they come up. I know I’ve been on it too long when
By Anna Parker Realizing that I was one of approximately five people in the entire Bay Area who had never been to Point Reyes, I decided that it was time to remedy the situation earlier this week. What could be better than dragging a couple of friends along for a
Doc’s Clock is a Mission classic. When they lost their lease at 2575 Mission St in 2017, locals, patrons, and the general community were in an uproar, nobody wanted to lose their beloved dive. So what did Doc and its owner Carrey do? They found a place just down the street