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19 Oct 2023

Halloween Costume Etiquette this Year

Halloween costumes can be fun, creative, meaningful, and/or festive. Halloween costumes also come with some caveats and the notion that what we wear and what others wear is a two-way street. 

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18 Oct 2023

What You Can Do To Liberate Banned Books

In celebration of October being National Book Month, we’re gonna look at banned books. According to the First Amendment Museum “’Challenging’ a book is the attempt to ban a book from a library, school district, institution, organization, government entity, retailer, or publisher based on its content. Challenges can either result

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27 Jan 2024

The San Francisco Beer Passport is Here!

Step into a world of adventure with the San Francisco Beer Passport. There’s no better way to explore San Francisco than to literally drink it in. This passport is amazing! Each one contains 27 coupons to buy one beer, get a second beer FREE at 27 of the finest locally

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29 Sep 2023

Finding Your Family at a Festival: Riot Fest Edition

Whether biological or logical, born or found, those who we hold onto and those we meet that we can genuinely call family is a beautiful, and sometimes, zany thing. New family, old family, family near, and far – finding the humans and creatures that get you, uplift you, and love

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23 Aug 2023

How Sly Stone Integrated 1960s San Francisco Radio

Before he was funkin’ with the Family Stone (the first racially-integrated and mixed-gendered popular American rock group) Sly Stone was spinning music from all walks of life on San Francisco’s KSOL. Now 80, Rock N Roll Hall of Famer, Sly Stone, lived most of his life in the Bay Area.

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09 Aug 2023

Sylvester: The (Un)sung Icon of 70’s San Francisco

Before Sylvester (whom we’ll rotate between using they/him/Sylvester as the late artist would do) made their splash and ultimate legacy in the LGBTQ community (then in San Francisco, then the world), he was born into a sizable, and supportive family in the Watts neighborhood of Los Angeles. Surrounded by the

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09 Aug 2023

Did You Know August is National Black Business Month?

By now you should already know that many of your favorite inventions have been made by Black people. You’re also, probably, well aware that some of your favorite brands are Black-owned (The Lip Bar, Fenti, BET, FUBU, Telfar, West Elm, Salamander Hotels and Resorts, etc.) – we even shared a

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26 Jul 2023

What is Disability Pride Month?

What is Disability Pride Month? On July 26, 1990, the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) was signed into law – prohibiting discrimination against people with disabilities in employment, transportation, public accommodations, and communications, in relation to access to state and local government services. The support and freedom this act has created

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19 Jul 2023

The 150-Year History of Work from Home (and Why it Should Always Be a Choice)

First, a history lesson. Yet again, black women don’t get the credit they deserve. This time, its in the realm of working from home. Many laundresses, even before the genius of Clara Brown and all the way through WWII, saw an opportunity to make money AND stay at home. Starting

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