By Marc Norton Sometimes a particular fight weaves together so many strands of the oppressive fabric of the USA that it is difficult to figure out what is key and where to begin. Such is the case with the fight to free San Francisco BayView editor Malik Washington from the clutches
If you have made it this far, congratulations. You have been living in the world of the pandemic for an entire year. You have also made it through four years of hell.
This list of great places to eat in the Bay Area will leave you smiling and probably drooling. All these joints are incredibly well priced, locally owned, delicious, and serving takeout in 2021. You can get something delicious, that will also fill you up, at all these eateries for under
National Muffin Day is coming up on Sunday, February 21! Normally we bake together with big kitchen parties and distribute muffins to people experiencing homelessness, but like everything else in the world, things are different this year.
For the past month, people of the world have woken up every day, slapped their fingers onto their smartphones to silence their morning alarms, unlocked their devices, and scrolled through their social media feeds. And what has been missing the entire time? A single word from former President Donald Trump.
By Ian Firstenberg During his term, former President Donald Trump pardoned 89 people and commuted 117 sentences. The volume and late-stage flurry is thoroughly average compared to past presidents. Some of Trump’s pardons are distinctly more political, like the four Blackwater guards convicted for murdering Iraqi citizens, while some are
It took a while to get used to it’s stuttering interface and odd flow of threads, but getting past that I threw up a few original posts: they got mad really fast. My notifications went wild. In my first hour or so on the site, these people proved they are the flakiest of snows.
Many have tuned into, noticed and shot off their hot takes about Steph Curry’s slow start to the 2021 season. Steph shooting a civilian like 18 for 56 from the 3 point line entering Sunday night’s tilt with Oakland’s own Damian Lillard and the Portland Trailblazers.
By Patricia Mott Shortly before the pandemic hit San Francisco, in March of 2020, my bandmates and I had showed up early to a gig we were playing. We loaded our equipment into The Knockout, one of our favorite local hang outs, and met up with a couple of staff