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18 May 2022

Broke-Ass Poets: Curt Hopkins

We like poetry (we swear) and we’re making space for it, too. Today’s Broke-Ass poet is local author and “busy, somewhat overfed crepuscular passerine,” Curt Hopkins. III. The paranoid dead From the broken soil spirits whisper, Goth and Magothy are the kings of the Unclean Nations. The dead are the

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17 May 2022

Growing Up Online: How The Internet Harms Young Girls

Written By: Ryker Rose Social media is something I grew up with and wish I hadn’t. The internet went from AOL floppy discs to a ubiquitous force dictating our everyday lives. My experience online is one that is far too common for young girls on the internet. I was sexualized

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17 Jun 2022

The San Francisco Beer Passport is Here!

Step into a world of adventure with the San Francisco Beer Passport. There’s no better way to explore San Francisco than to literally drink it in. This passport is amazing! Each one contains 37 coupons to buy one beer, get a second beer FREE at 37 of the finest locally owned bars,

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10 May 2022

Why A Sacramento Native Thinks San Francisco’s Food Scene Sucks

Written By: Maisey Dillion If unaffordable housing and homelessness aren’t enough, you can add wack food to San Francisco’s menu. Once you’ve made it to the most expensive city in America, making just above the poverty limit of 100k a year, you’d think you can finally afford a decent dinner

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06 May 2022

The Great Divide: San Francisco Journalist’s Latest Project Aims to Humanize the Homeless

Robert Gumpert moved to the Potrero Hill neighborhood in 1983 and has lived in the same house for 39 years. In his 48 years of journalism, Gumpert gravitated towards long term projects

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05 May 2022

Going Out Alone as a Woman in San Francisco

Is it safe for a pretty-enough, 20-something woman to go to a nightclub by herself? As a survivor of sexual assault, my PTSD makes it challenging for me to objectively evaluate my safety

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03 May 2022

Riding Bikes and Searching for Bats on Permanent Car-Free JFK

By Kristin Tieche Something historic and extraordinary happened on Tuesday, April 26th at around 9pm. After an epic 12-hour Board of Supervisors meeting JFK Drive – once a high injury corridor in our city – became JFK Promenade permanently. After decades of mobilizing for a car-free space in San Francisco’s

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21 Apr 2022

You’re Being Lied to About San Francisco Crime

If you read the Chronicle (with some exceptions) or national outlets, they claim that San Francisco is a failed experiment in progressive policymaking, you probably think it’s bad and getting worse. Now, just look at the actual numbers.

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20 Apr 2022

Now Streaming: ‘The Batman’

The most stylish superhero film I’ve ever seen, Matt Reeves’ The Batman is a taut, enthrallingly sexy, pitch black thriller. This is franchise filmmaking taken to task and stripped bare.

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