My girlfriend didn’t want me to write this article about the plague of thieves and criminals stealing catalytic converters from unsuspecting drivers around the Bay Area, which have boomed from an average of 108 per month in 2018 to 2,347 December 2020, according to the National Insurance Crime Bureau. Always
Climate change is real, it’s here, and it’s frightening. We need our government to step up and make major changes. Luckily there’s a petition going around to help make them do so. From hurricane damage to forest fires, natural disasters are devastating communities. Right now, The House of Representatives has
This list of great places to eat in the Bay Area will leave you smiling and probably drooling. All these joints are incredibly well priced, locally owned, delicious, and serving takeout in 2021. You can get something delicious, that will also fill you up, at all these eateries for under
Ask a Tenants Right’s Lawyer is your chance to learn how to survive as a renter in San Francisco. Attorney Daniel Wayne has a lot of the information you need to keep you in your home. This month’s topic: Dealing with bedbugs, vermin, and other pest infestations. Got a question? Send
It’s time for the return of the fall season’s biggest Bay Area film festival. The Mill Valley Film Festival (hereafter “MVFF”) returns for its 44th edition. From October 7-17, 2021, festival goers will have opportunities either in-theater or online to enjoy a program filled with a mix of recent festival
What Letterman, Conan, & Myers had to say about Norm, the greatest deadpan comedian of all time.
Deep in Oakland, imaginative trolls await you along the Bridgeview Troll Trail bringing the fun of art and creativity back into your life. What started out as just a way to bring in some fun during the all-consuming sadness of 2020, has turned into a collective art project.
It seemed lovely news all around back in mid-August when the city of San Francisco announced plans to buy four hotels and convert them to housing for people experiencing homelessness. This will not solve San Francisco’s homelessness problem, which at last count was more than 8,000 unsheltered people, but 368