Alex Mak - Managing Editor
The “CAREN Act” (Caution Against Racially Exploitative Non-Emergencies) was introduced in July at a San Francisco Board of Supervisors meeting by Supervisor Shamann Walton of District 10. The ordinance is one step closer to becoming a law. On Tuesday, the board unanimously passed the act. Next week, the bill has
The tallest building in San Francisco is once again lighting up with Halloween spirit. Light artist Jim Campbell, the creator of the Salesforce Tower’s massive light installation, is projecting ‘ a blood red river’ as the theme for 2020’s Halloween night, a spokeswoman for Campbell told us this week. In
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,
Ora told CNN it’s an “enjoyment to go vote,” but she voted absentee this year for her safety due to the current pandemic.
“Well, I think we need to change presidents, for one,” she said. “So I voted for this man (Biden). I hope he does a good job.”
The California GOP has now famously placed their own unofficial ‘voter ballot drop boxes’ around the state. CNN and as well as local press outlets have confirmed unofficial ballot boxes in Los Angeles, Orange and Fresno counties, the state GOP spokesman Hector Barajas has openly admitted to the practice and
Every now and again a company comes along that actually looks like it will do good in our immediate communities. It’s a company that simply wants to help locally owned shops, sell their wares online, and it’s called ‘Keep Oakland Alive‘. With the pandemic on, our local shops are being
You have seen them all all around our city, maybe you leaned against one during a walk through Golden Gate Park, or maybe you saw one on the news getting taken down with a crane. Maybe you meet next one every year at 5:12 a.m. on April 18th, along with
The VP debate was a far more traditional and cogent affair than the Presidential Debate. The Candidates actually addressed policy and mostly refrained from personal insults or shouting over one another. The pandemic was the first topic of the VP Debate Wednesday night and throughout the debate, whether the question
The memo was leaked as multiple reports said White House staffers are afraid to come back to work now that President Donald Trump has returned home while still sick with the virus.