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17 Aug 2022

How Ashley Fell in Love with San Francisco by Getting Spanked

Fog City Fables is a mini-series about true to life experiences of how people with different backgrounds fell in love with San Francisco, published with permission. By retelling positive personal stories, we hope to inspire an evolving culture that can build upon the best parts of our past. The Burner

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17 Aug 2022

Sex Worker Clinic Set To Open South of Market

Twenty-one years ago, America’s first and only sex worker occupational health and social clinic opened in San Francisco. Soon the St. James Infirmary will host a Grand Opening party in their biggest space yet, located South of Market at 1089 Mission Street. Sex workers have had it hard the past

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17 Jun 2022

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 37 coupons to buy one beer, get a second beer FREE at 37 of the finest locally owned bars,

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16 Aug 2022

Gentrification, Identity and Activism As An Asian Woman In San Francisco

Written by Stef Che Where I live doesn’t define who I am nor does it define the person I can be. With gentrification, many are being forced to leave home and relocate to places they’ve never been to, or face the complications and desperation that comes with a life on

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15 Aug 2022

Meet Jessica Bejarano, the “Tattooed Lesbian Latina” Founder of SF Philharmonic

San Francisco is never short on miraculous stories of singular, maverick individuals that have defied all the odds to achieve their own versions of success. But with Jessica Bejarano, the self described “tattooed lesbian Latina” founder and conductor of the San Francisco Philharmonic, even the most jaded San Franciscan might need a moment to pause, then walk over to the Herbst Theatre to watch her throw down with her orchestra.

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09 Aug 2022

FBI Raids Trump’s Mar A Lago Residence

BY HABIBI BRIDGES Things are becoming increasingly dicey for Donald Trump. On Monday, the FBI exercised a search warrant for former President Trump’s Mar-a-Lago resort in Palm Beach, Florida, as part of an investigation regarding the handling of classified presidential documents that may have been present at the property. Trump

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05 Aug 2022

“Hella Feminist” Debuts at Oakland Museum of California

BY NAVYA POTHAMSETTY If you dug through the Oakland Museum of California’s archives, you would probably find material ranging from the sublime to the completely bizarre. One of the more odd finds in recent years was a poster featuring what one curator thought to be a rotary phone dial: it was

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04 Aug 2022

Artist You Should Know: THAILAN WHEN

The “Artist You Should Know” series highlights Bay Area artists who are doing incredible work, it’s our way of supporting the creative community and helping to keep San Francisco a strange and wonderful place.  BY NAVYA POTHAMSETTY If you’ve ever enjoyed coffee or a bike repair at Luckyduck Bicycle Cafe, you’ve probably noticed

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18 Jul 2022

By Appointing Brooke Jenkins, Mayor Breed is the Real Winner of the Boudin Recall

By Ian Firstenberg In a year, Mayor London Breed has effectively insulated herself and consolidated her political power through a series of influential appointments, most recently appointing Brooke Jenkins to succeed the recently recalled Chesa Boudin. Jenkins, the face of the Boudin recall, was sworn in as San Francisco’s new

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