Guest post by Marina Javor San Francisco was different when I moved here as a college freshman in the fall of 1999. San Francisco, as I first experienced it, is bigger and brighter in my mind’s eye than when I look at it now. I remember the first time I
My name is Bill Norman. I’m a life-long conservative and I support Bernie Sanders. Here’s why.
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What is the Department of Veterans Affairs to a veteran? It’s a relationship – with the douchiest person we’ve ever dated.
Guest Post by Artist & Veteran Emily Yates
Offensive and off-putting, catcalls are oftentimes a daily part of a woman’s existence. Especially younger women like myself. What gives men the idea that this is something they should do to try to seduce a woman I don’t know. It must work for some of them sometimes, or maybe they like the reaction they get (maybe they get off to the disgust, anger, or freaked-out grimace of the pursued woman)…I’ve never stopped to ask my cat callers, and I don’t think I ever will.
At the Corner of 12th and Fulton Guest Post by Holden Taylor Photography by Toby Silverman I remember Turtle Hill somewhere off Funston and how we sat, fifteen years old, on green-painted benches at its peak, overlooking Marin and the bridge if the fog let; how we sat bundled in sweatshirts
Do you remember a time when San Francisco was relatively affordable, rich with culture and community, and thriving local business? Neither do I. I am a “transplant”, and there’s a decent chance, you are too. The San Francisco housing crisis and being “priced out” seem to be two indicative buzzwords on a lot of people’s daily vernacular
If you live in San Francisco, chances are that you’ve heard of the Burning Man festival. If you haven’t been, chances are that, come August, you take a sabbatical from social media and stop talking to half the city to avoid hearing the word “dust” too many times. If you