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11 Jan 2022

Why Can’t California’s Schools Teach Our Kids To Read?

Written by Nelda Kerr In February 2020, students and teachers won a landmark $53 million settlement against the State of California for not teaching kids how to read. At the time, 56% of students in both San Francisco and Alameda counties were meeting state standards for English, with a quarter of all

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10 Jan 2022

Yesterday was an Incredible Day to be a Bay Area Sports Fan

BY JC CARLSTON Hey take your shot of Fernet San Francisco because here we go. It’s a Monday and I’m talking about sports. If you were at the Clement Street farmers market or at Shanghai Kelly’s on Polk you heard the noise. The 49ers beat the Rams, made the playoffs,

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08 Nov 2021

How to Get $300+ Worth of Free Stuff at Rad Bay Area Restaurants

I am extremely excited to announce the release of The Delicious Card! Delicious cardholders get awesome deals at over 37 delectable Bay Area eateries! Membership is a great way to explore new places, support local businesses, AND support local journalism. And all you gotta do is join the Broke-Ass Stuart Patreon for $10

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05 Jan 2022

“I Might Buy a Boat” – The Top 100 Songs of 2021

Our official 2021 playlist, “I Might Buy A Boat” is here! Dedicated BAS followers might recall this massive playlist we put together two years ago chronicling a decade’s worth of standout songs. That project was a tremendous amount of fun and since then, our panel of passionate music nerds has

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16 Dec 2021

SF Comedy Roaring Back to Life with Sketchfest in January

By Sean M. Sanford Do you hear that? The stereophonic uncrinkling of thousands of resting bitch faces? Or is that just my own? Either way, January must be near: The month of SF Sketchfest. A hallowed time when the saints of tickle-bone fare descend on our city and make it

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16 Dec 2021

Shelter In Place Hotels: Let’s Use ‘em til the Money Runs Dry

Activists dropped banners in San Francisco City Hall calling on the city to keep Shelter-in-Place hotels open and allow unhoused people to move in off of the streets.

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14 Dec 2021

Why Nextdoor is a NIMBY Hellscape

In the past few years I’ve become increasingly thrifty, not just for financial purposes, but environmental ones as well. In order to find the things I needed, I’d utilize craigslist and Facebook marketplace, but every now and then I’d open NextDoor.  I listed my parents’ address on Nextdoor since they

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08 Dec 2021

Can Steph Curry Hit 16 Three-Pointers and Take the Record Tonight?

Will it happen? It’s a long shot but as Steph said himself, “crazier things have happened.”

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06 Dec 2021

Speak Truth to Power With City College’s Journalism Classes, Now Enrolling Students

Editor’s note: Enrollment is now open for the Spring 2022 semester, which starts January 18. Classes are remote and free for SF residents through Free City. You can see some of CCSF Journalism students’ work from the Spring 2021 semester published across 48hills, KQED, The Guardsman, and San Francisco Bay

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