Alex Mak - Managing Editor
Carville, San Francisco. The bohemian beach neighborhood created by San Francisco artists, and made out of discarded railcars that stood from 1895-1930’s. Yes, this is a magical piece of SF History. In 1895 the Market Street Railway Company began selling old abandoned horse-drawn railcars, “$20 with seats, $10 without. ”
It’s a ‘spare the air’, ‘red flag’ and ‘heat advisory’ day in most of California…again. With dozens of fires blazing, record heat temperatures expected for this time of year, and hot, gusty winds out of the north. Most of California will be much hotter than normal, with unhealthy air today.
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,
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
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.
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.
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
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
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