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24 Feb 2020

Manchester as a Case Study in Gentrification-Weaponized Art

by Xan Holbrook As anyone who has read my work can intuit, I am an Englishman. Specifically, from Manchester. The story of Manchester is one of change. Ask anyone who sells apartments or business space around here and they’d trot out “rebirth” or “reinvention” but the point remains true. A

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24 Feb 2020

Your Witch Friends are Casting Spells with Their Orgasms

by Laurie Riihimaki From the astonishing tricks of Houdini to the spectacular world of Harry Potter, magic has always been a part of our society. The idea that something dazzling and unexpected could wondrously appear in our average existence is a concept that continuously blows our minds and makes our

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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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24 Feb 2020

What Brought Down the Boy Scouts?

by Kate Brunotts Amongst hundreds of open sexual assault cases, Boy Scouts of America has officially filed for bankruptcy. Boy Scouts, which serves as the largest scouting organization, is no stranger to controversy. Let’s take a look at how the collective’s problematic policies were bound to lead them astray.  Sexual

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24 Feb 2020

I’m Worried About Quaden Bayles

by [redacted] Last week a heartbreaking video of a 9-year-old kid in Australia went viral. His name was Quaden Bayles, and he was being bullied in school. He was sobbing on camera begging his mother to give him a knife so he could kill himself. The mother said that this

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21 Feb 2020

Jackie Fielder’s State Senate Campaign Puts Working People First

GUEST POST BY: IAN FIRSTENBERG The March 3rd California primary has garnered national attention as a contested and messy presidential race that could be solidified for the frontrunning Senator Bernie Sander. But all politics are local and as such, it’s important to pay attention to local officials as well as

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20 Feb 2020

Heron Arts goes BIG. The detailed, larger-than-life paintings of Robert Burden

written by: SHAYNA YASUHARA As a break from instant gratification, Heron Arts brings gallery goers an artist that cuts no corners when it comes to time and detail. Play by Robert Xavier Burden, which opens Saturday, February 29th, features large-scale paintings ranging in size from 60×30 inches up to a

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19 Feb 2020

Breed Makes a Push for Paid Sunday Parking Meters

By Jerold Chinn In a letter to the San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency, Mayor London Breed is urging the transit agency to step up their original timeline to release congestion pricing recommendations. Both the SFMTA and San Francisco County Transportation Authority are supposed to make those recommendations by the end

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17 Feb 2020

JFK was Hauntingly Similar to Trump

by Xan Holbrook One of the key problems of being President of the United States is that you’re meant to be a symbol as much as a leader. It sounds like an easy sell, but it means that you often have to conform to a blandest common denominator which appears

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