By JC Carlston With the Warriors set to open the season tonight against the Kevin Durant led Brooklyn Nets on the TNT opening night slate, the uphill battle of returning to championship form begins for Curry and the boys. As the Bay Area and the basketball world all know by
By JC Carlston I was minding my own business on a Monday morning, cycling through my typical covid routine of firing up the coffee and eating the rest of whatever food showed up at my door the night before. That’s when I saw it front and center, live on the
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
By Sunny Dell Senate Majority Leader (and resident grim reaper) Mitch McConnell doesn’t deserve praise for finally acknowledging that Joe Biden is the president-elect. Stating the obvious after the Electoral College voted Monday, well over a month past the election, isn’t an act worthy of some brownie button. What he
By Vani Ari Hello good people of San Francisco. Want to celebrate a local business that is supporting low income students? Of course you do! Sure, times are tough during a global pandemic, but in your jaded center, you have a heart of gold. There’s never a bad time to
By Alison Huetter Trash is something we’ve been seeing all too often in the Bay Area. East Bay resident Stephan Orme used some of his ‘covid-time’ to do something about it. Since January he’s been organizing groups to clean trashed areas around the Bay Area. Untrash.It has grown to almost
San Francisco’s overdose death numbers are rising steadily and it’s still the same folks who have historically been impacted: People experiencing homelessness and extreme poverty; people living in supportive housing; people hardest hit by gentrification and displacement; Black and Latinx folks; immigrants; queer and trans people; people experiencing high rates of trauma, illness, and stress. The structures that exist to provide care systematically exclude and harm these folks, and overdose risk increases the more these identities and experiences intersect.
In 2020, “rest” isn’t restful. Your vaccine appointment is months away, your paycheck depends on either avoiding the coronavirus or surviving the next round of layoffs, and your parents will absolutely not stop singing in their 35-person, indoor church choir every week.
Reclaim Black Friday is calling on brands to redistribute a percentage of their sales to Black and Indigenous land-based organizations, instead of running sales during Black Friday weekend.