Jake Warren

10 Jun 2024

Snake on MUNI Frightens Some, Fascinates Others

An unusual passenger took MUNI riders by surprise last week. A harmless snake found its way aboard an outbound K-Ingleside train. Video shows the curious serpent climbing the articulated bend. Identified as a boa constrictor, a nonvenomous breed and popular pet, the specimen frightened some and fascinated others. The man

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09 Jun 2024

8 Complaints About Being Gay in San Francisco

It’s a sin when success complains. That’s how I feel as a gay man who moved to San Francisco from what Californians affectionately call “flyover country.” It’s pretty damn great, living here. So what if everything closes at 2am (#4) and there aren’t any bathhouses to go to (#5). Compared

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27 Jan 2024

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 27 coupons to buy one beer, get a second beer FREE at 27 of the finest locally

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03 Jun 2024

Why Aren’t Earthquakes More Common?

Sunday was off to a bumpy start in the Bay Area. Three separate tremors happened in the early morning hours. The first at 1:40 AM rattled the leeward side of the Berkeley Hills two miles north of Orinda. It was a M2.2, barely perceptible but to those right on top

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02 Jun 2024

Corral Fire Kicks Off 2024 Fire Season

2024’s fire season is already underway.  A wildfire roughly sixty miles east of the city near Tracy, has burned about twenty square miles of grassland. The fire consumed homes and vehicles as it approached Tracy, although no lives have been lost as of Sunday. Ample warning gave residents sufficient time

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26 May 2024

Mayor London Breed to Pose Devastating Budget Cuts

Facing eviction, certain people will soil and vandalize the property they occupied as a last word to their landlord. They rip copper pipes from walls, scratch and pit the floor, break windows and toilets. We’ve all heard stories of vengeful tenants smearing feces on walls. It’s a rotten thing to

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18 May 2024

Why San Francisco Needs a Gay Bathhouse

I made a new friend recently. He just moved here from New York. Having tried to visit the Eagle but finding it closed, he texted me one evening. “Does SF close down at like, 11pm? I’m used to NYC where we don’t even start going out until then.”  Oh honey.

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18 May 2024

Should the Elderly Retest to Hold a Driver’s License?

On March 16th in West Portal, 78-year-old Mary Fong Lau sped east up Ulloa Street.  Her SUV barrelled past Wawona towards Lenox Way, where a family of four stood waiting for a bus to the zoo. She crossed the painted yellow lines and train tracks embedded in the road and

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12 May 2024

San Francisco Bay Ferry to Add Lines, Expand Service

San Francisco may be neglecting the full potential of the strategic waterways that brought it into being. If you’ve ever sat in Bridge traffic and watched boats fly by on the water below, you might have felt the same. There is no reason the Bay Area shouldn’t have as robust

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