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03 Aug 2018

Ghost Ship Fire suspects accept their fate; victims’ families seek ways to pay tribute

By Amanda Davis Nearly two years after the devastating Ghost Ship Fire in Oakland, the owner and the creative director of the building finally know what their futures hold. It was announced last month that the two suspects, Derick Almena and Max Harris, plead “no contest” and accepted a deal

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26 Jul 2018

The Most Annoying Barista in the World

A comic strip about the most annoying barista in the world, by San Francisco illustrator Kelly O’Grady

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25 Jul 2018

Little Choices, Big Difference: How to Give A Crap About the Environment

Have you ever gone to a bar and tried to ask for a drink without a straw?  The bartender looks at you like you are crazy. And if you try to explain that you don’t want a straw because it needlessly wastes plastic, that look intensifies.

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22 Jul 2018

I Crashed A Radical Black Feminist Reading Group

Recently I discovered there was a Radical Black Feminism reading group in NYC that discusses Black issues, and Black feminism within social movements. The group is hosted by NYC Democratic Socialists of America, one of the largest socialist organizations in the United States.

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22 Jul 2018

The Do’s and Don’ts of Good Road Head

By Conor Coxxx  This is an incredibly relevant topic to me as I have just recently luckily received road head so it is fresh in my mind what I would recommend to do and NOT recommend to do. A lot of these tips were applied during a recent scene I

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20 Jul 2018

The Viral Videos of Lip-Syncing Cops are Incredibly Tone Deaf

Guest Post by Logan Hesse When I woke up this morning, I went through my daily ritual of checking my phone for overnight Tinder matches (nope), further batshit craziness from the current administration (*sigh* – yep) and videos of cats acting like humans (always – thankfully). And there, between comedians’

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18 Jul 2018

Fighting Sexism In Comedy Isn’t As Easy As You Think

By Rachel Fogletto It was Sunday and I was booked to host at my local comedy club Wednesday. A story had recirculated about Jeremy Piven, an actor who was accused of sexual assault by 8 women. He was supposed to headline the same club, that Thursday through the weekend. As the story unfolded, there were discussions

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17 Jul 2018

Digital Drama: When a ‘Like’ Is More Than Just a ‘Like’

By Rachel Fogletto Whenever drama pops up online, you can never hear enough times, “It’s ONLY the internet!” This is a toxic attitude and it has to stop before we bury each other in existential graveyards of screenshots, emoji flirts, gif battles and read message receipts. Humans are adaptable and

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