Abraham Woodliff - Bay Area Memelord
Oakland’s Wealth Divide Is Most Visible In Its Roads
Some might not realize this, but being poor is actually quite expensive. I’m not referring to the sky high rents relative to the poverty levels in low income Bay Area neighborhoods. I’m referring to the unforeseen financial burdens of existing in a low income neighborhood. The main source of this
Tornadoes In The Bay Area? It Could Happen This Week…
Have you ever seen the movie Twister? Well, you’re about to be fuckin’ in it, pal. I’m just being dramatic, but there is a legitimate chance for a tornado – or tornadoes to form along the California Coast this week. Coastal areas in San Mateo County and Santa Cruz County
The 2023 SF Wine Passport is Here!
Step into a world of adventure with the 2023 SF Wine Passport! There’s no better way to explore San Francisco than to literally drink it in. You get 2-for-1 glasses of wine at 23 of SF’s finest locally owned bars and restaurants for only $39.95! It honestly doesn’t get much better than that. And after the
More Rain? Another Atmospheric River Set To Slam The Bay Area
California has been in a historic drought for the last couple of years. And how do you fix a historic drought? With historic rainfall, and that’s exactly what we’re getting more of this week. Beginning last night because you’re going to read this on Tuesday, and ending on Wednesday, which
Why Didn’t San Francisco’s Billionaires Save The Bay Bridge Lights?
When I first heard the news that the ‘Bay Lights’ were in danger of going dark, and that an $11 million dollar donation was needed in order to keep them on, I thought to myself “some billionaire will foot the bill, probably Marc Benioff,” but that didn’t happen. Instead, Illuminate,
Why Cities Are Usually Better Than The Suburbs
There are two kinds of beauty in the world: the beauty of humanity and the beauty of nature. The world’s population centers often act as melting pots, not only of races and ethnicities, but also of ideas. In well-developed cities, specific neighborhoods can easily become hubs for certain segments of a population
Tucker Carlson Is From The Mission District?
I remember mindlessly scrolling on Facebook when I saw it: an SF Standard article about San Francisco’s ‘Nepo Babies.’ I thought to myself “Ahh, more rich people to hate,” and I clicked on the link. Many of the names and faces were ones I had expected to see. But one
Man Who Lost Leg On BART Awarded $9 Million In Lawsuit Settlement
A lot of bad things happen on BART, but most of the time, no matter how bad the experience, you make it to your destination in one piece. But, in the case of David Nelson, that wasn’t the case. And it ended up costing BART over $9 million. Nelson’s leg
Brooke Jenkins Drops Charges Against Killer Cop
Martin Luther King famously said “I have a dream that my four little children will one day live in a nation where they will not be judged by the color of their skin but by the content of their character.” I think anyone with common sense can recognize the validity