Alex Mak - Managing Editor
Karen Pence, the wife of soon to be ex-vice president Mike Pence, is a painter. Back in 2016 she told the Indy Star, that she studied art at Butler, where she majored in teaching and minored in art. “I thought, gosh, ‘I’d like to learn more about art.’ I pulled it out
Sadly, another delicious San Francisco eatery has announced it will close forever, at the end of December. If you would to taste their delectable American made cheeses again, you should order from them sometime in the next two weeks.
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 2020. Check their links for store hours, menus, and ordering info, because things are always changing these days,
If you know a local artist who could use some dope studio space, a chunk of extra income, and the opportunity to display their work in a world class museum, send them this!
If you or someone you love is collecting unemployment, remind them that the deadline to submit 2019 income documents is December 11th. Nearly a million Californians who received Pandemic Unemployment Assistance have been told they might have to repay some of their benefits if they can’t document the 2019 income
Following up on Governor Gavin Newsom’s declaration yesterday that stay-at-home orders would be being rolled out for most California counties, Mayor London Breed announced today at 1:15pm that San Francisco would be preemptively enacting many of those restrictions beginning Sunday December 6th at 10pm. The new stay at home order
New Lockdown order predicted to go into effect as early as next week. Also next week, hundreds of thousand of Pfizer vaccines will arrive in CA.
Silicon Valley companies are shipping jobs to places like Texas in droves. That isn’t new news, places like the ‘Silicon Hills’ of Austin Texas (God save them), and the ‘Silicon Mountain’ in Denver, have been opening new offices for Bay Area tech for years now. But there is a stark
After withstanding unprecedented drops in revenue caused by the COVID-19 pandemic, 16 of San Francisco’s independent news outlets are holding a joint fundraiser to preserve and protect the city’s independent press. Donate to Save SF News Local reporting has been essential during the shelter-in-place public health orders and local and