Some companies are offering generous hazard pay for front-line essential workers during the COVID-19 pandemic. The delivery service DoorDash is offering hazard pay too — but just a measly 78 cents per day, and only in San Francisco, and only because the government forced them to. As we see above
Tiger Woods is already here, and more rich kid Republican inheritees are arriving by the minute as San Francisco gets ready to host the PGA Championship this weekend. You may not have noticed that professional golf’s only major championship of the year is coming to San Francisco this weekend, unless
I am extremely excited to announce the release of The Delicious Card! Delicious cardholders get awesome deals at over 30 of your favorite SF eateries! Membership is a great way to explore new places, support local businesses, and support local journalism.
Landlords sued San Francisco over the eviction moratorium, and landlords just lost. The San Francisco Apartment Association filed a lawsuit last week in San Francisco Superior Court, according to KQED, claiming that the eviction moratorium was unconstitutional, and hell yes they were ready to start evicting tenants during a pandemic
Have you heard fo the San Francisco Coffee Passport yet? This thing is amazing. You get 31 coffee drinks at 31 of SF’s best cafes for only $35. It’s like magic! And the best part is that you’re basically getting rewarded for going out and supporting local businesses. Who wouldn’t
Vinyl LP enthusiasts’ hearts are broken, as San Francisco is losing one of its last great eclectic indie-punk record stores. Music shop 1-2-3-4 Go! Records just announced it is permanently closing its Valencia Street location, in yet another sad San Francisco business closure. 1-2-3-4 Go! Records is among the last great
Just saw the news over on FunCheap SF about these grants. Looks like the Center for Cultural Innovation is giving away approximately six to eight grants of up to $8,000 each to Bay Area Performing Arts and Media Arts artists. Here’s what FunCheap says: The Investing in Artists grants program
If you’ve never been exposed to the weirdness of a Charlie Kaufman scripted film, Netflix this month offers the opportunity to see two of his classics. But that’s not the only interesting thing coming out on Netflix in the next couple of weeks. There’s an acclaimed recounting of a dubious