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06 Dec 2022

Why I Love Karaoke At The Catalyst In Santa Cruz

Written By: Saraah Dickens I am not a karaoke person. Getting up and singing in front of a crowd is not my idea of a good time. But I’m not exactly karaoke adverse. I’ve been dragged to my fair share of karaoke bars, the captive audience for my karaoke loving

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06 Dec 2022

SFPD Goes Full Cyberpunk With Killer Robots

Written By Mona Taleb-Agha UPDATE: The Board of Supervisors reversed the decision. SFPD WILL NOT HAVE KILLER ROBOTS. Last week in San Francisco, controversy arose when the board of supervisors decided in an 8-3 vote in favor of a policy proposal allowing the SFPD to utilize military-grade weaponry against civilians,

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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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01 Dec 2022

The City Counselor: Reset & Boost Your Vibes in The Inner Richmond

This column is in the spirit of a “Dear Abby”, with a focus on solutions in the form of micro SF neighborhood deep dives and curated holistic health-centered itineraries By Vanessa Hutchinson-Szekely Dear BBB, Put a fork in me!!!  My pandemic partner broke up by texting a series of sappy

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17 Nov 2022

The Worst Job of All? Finding a Job

By Allison S. It’s 8 am on a Monday and the now over 100k (and counting) unemployed SF and Alameda County residents pour their cup of joe (definitely no Starbucks today) and log in to LinkedIn with a fresh dose of high hopes to begin searching for a job opportunity that looks

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17 Nov 2022

Great Museums Not on the Stupid “Best Of” Lists

BY CURT HOPKINS I saw an article called something like “The 25 Best Museums Did You Visit Them or Are You Some Kind of Asshole?” Out of that fetishist, Instagrammy dick-list, I have visited four: the Pompidou, the Louvre, the Guggenheim, and the Prado. But the only conclusion I drew from

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15 Nov 2022

Berkeley Police Department Criticized Over Racist Remarks

Written By: Habibi Bridges  A member of the police making derogatory statements about people of color? Shocking. Unfortunately, this was the case in Berkeley according to a whistleblower from the Berkeley police force who leaked text receipts indicating that a 20-year police veteran and sergeant sent out questionable messages to

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14 Nov 2022

Narcan: The Gift Every Parent Should Be Giving

by Suki Jones Going to Bay Area parties as a teen is a rite of passage. From suburban backyard parties to underground warehouse parties, you would be hard pressed to encounter anyone raised in the Bay Area that has not partaken in this experience. Shout out to Oakland and New

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14 Nov 2022

The 6 Best Rooftops Open to the Public in San Francisco

POTUS? PoMo? No it’s POPOS: Privately Owned Public Open Spaces. Throughout SoMa and the Financial District, these little parks, atriums, alleyways and rooftop gardens are nestled in private buildings and totally open to the public — for free.

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