Alex Mak - Managing Editor

10 Jun 2021

Supervisor Aaron Peskin Enters Alcohol Treatment Program

In a statement today posted on Aaron Peskin’s social media channels, the Dsictict 3 Supervisor announced that he will “enter into alcohol treatment under the guidance of professionals”, the statement continued to elaborate, “(I) must also take full responsibility for the tenor that I have struck in my public relationships

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10 Jun 2021

Community Working to Save SF’s Last Pool Hall, Family Billiards

Billiard halls were hit extremely hard by the pandemic, wiped-out in many cases.  Not everyone could set their pool table up outdoors like at the Wooden Nickel this past year, (a great little dive where you can now shoot pool in a parklet outside.) Pool tournaments and billiard culture in

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18 Jan 2021

The 100 Best Cheap Eats in the Bay Area

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

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10 Jun 2021

Texas Congressmen Suggests Changing Earth’s Orbit to Combat Climate Change

Rep. Louie Gohmert (R-Texas) on Tuesday asked a representative from the U.S. Forest Service if it was possible to alter the orbit of the moon or the Earth as a way of combating climate change…and he wasn’t joking. To be fair to the honorable representative from Texas, it would be really cool,

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03 Jun 2021

Artist Kirsten Farr is Taking Over Heron Arts!

She has an incredible color palette and a talent for line work, she also writes and edits articles at Juxtapoz, she’s curated for Facebook’s fancy artist in residency program (FB Air) and has made cool videos at KQED Arts, that kind of make you feel like you’re on drugs.

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03 Jun 2021

Artist Makes Cicada Band, Olympic Team, and much more

We’ve heard a lot about cicadas this Spring, their massive numbers, their strange 17 year life cycle, and the incredible sound they make at all hours.  But I bet you haven’t heard about they’re band yet. I bet you haven’t seen the Cicada Olympics, or how good little Cicadas went

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27 May 2021

Youth Activists to begin 266 Mile March to SF to Combat Climate Crisis

Young activists from Sonoma, Kern, and San Diego counties began marching 266 miles from Paradise to San Francisco to pressure Nancy Pelosi and Dianne Feinstein to support an ambitious and equity-focused Civilian Climate Corps. The CCC would employ thousands to combat the climate crisis and is the first piece of

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27 May 2021

What We Know About SJ Shooter’s Mental Health History, Nothing.

Yet another mass shooting occurred in California yesterday.  9 dead at the hands of a 57 year old gunmen in San Jose.   Details on the gunmen’s life, mental health and motives are spotty.  They usually are with mass shooters, these guys are typically loners, with no extensive recorded history of

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20 May 2021

STERN GROVE FESTIVAL IS BACK!

STERN GROVE FESTIVAL RETURNS WITH 2021 DATES! (no lineup yet) here is the official press release: — 84th annual outdoor music festival kicks off summer concert season on June 20 — SAN FRANCISCO, CA (May 20, 2021) — Mayor London N. Breed today announced Stern Grove Festival, the longest-running free outdoor

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