Alex Mak - Managing Editor

24 Sep 2020

Upcoming Bay Area Protests For Breonna and More

Despite the upcoming heat and hazy conditions predicted in the Bay Area this weekend, expect the people to come out and voice their opinions in protest.  This week there have already been many protests across the nation against the Kentucky Verdict.  Although many of these protests do not have the

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24 Sep 2020

The Battle in the Senate for RBG’s Replacement is Very Scary

It typically takes months to put a new Supreme Court judge in, but with the election coming in just 40 days from today, the Republicans are going to stuff it through. If RBG’s vote turns into an ‘anti Roe v wade vote’, the court will be 5-4 against.  We could see an end to abortion rights as we know them, not to mention many other rights the legendary Ginsburg fought for over the decades.  

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18 Feb 2020

The Delicious Card: Rad Deals at 30+ SF Restaurants

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.

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24 Sep 2020

Diablo Winds to Bring Smoke, Heatwave Coming to Bay Area

You’re probably not used to getting your weather from brokeassstuart.com.  But sadly our lives have become as sad and weather dependent as yours these days.  So we checked about a dozen bay area weather sources so you don’t have to.

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17 Sep 2020

Dope Outdoor Art Walks & Eats in San Francisco

I know that the air is unhealthy, the pandemic is deadly, and the only thing we’re missing seems to be the streets turning to lava.  But it’s fall in San Francisco goddammit, that’s OUR summertime, that’s outdoor beer and wine, that’s renegade parties in the park, that’s making several Halloween

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10 Sep 2020

Artist Captures the Emptiness of 2020 in San Francisco

The “Artist You Should Know” series highlights Bay Area artists before they exhibit their work somewhere awesome, it’s our way of supporting the creative community and helping to keep San Francisco a strange and wonderful place. Hiroshi Sato was born in Japan and spent his childhood in Tanzania, he got his BFA and an

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10 Sep 2020

Ikea is Filling Mid-Market’s Haunted Mall Space

You know that very strange mall they tried to build directly next to the other mall we already had on Market street?  The big glassy building with escalators that made an ‘X’ in between the 6 stroies of retail space.  The mall that called itself ‘6X6 San Francisco’, and billed

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03 Sep 2020

Gov. Workers Use Gyms and Politicians Can Get Haircuts Indoors, Why Can’t We?

Due to shelter in place orders, indoor use of gyms as well as hair salons and barbershops have been banned since March for the public, but not for government employees. This week we saw a very vocal ‘shelter in place’ advocate on the national political stage, caught getting her haircut

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03 Sep 2020

How They Name Fires in CA, What CZU, SCU, LNU Lighting Complex Mean

Firefighter explains how fires are named in California, and what the acronyms, and the ‘complexes’ are about.

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