Mitchell Duran

03 Jun 2021

A New Morning, Life Returning to Normal

We were somewhere outside Manteca, California when I realized I didn’t have to worry anymore. My girlfriend and I had stopped for gas in one of those strip malls along the highway where every fast-food chain you could think of was ready to take your order. Hundreds of people in

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13 Mar 2021

What is DOGE Coin, and Why the Hell Should I Care?

You see the word DOGE and immediately think, how the hell do I say that? Is it like DOG-EEE with the hard G or DOH-GE with a little Homer Simpson and the soft G? You see the word DOG in there yet, that E changes things. That hanging vowel disrupts

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18 Jan 2021

The 100 Best Cheap Eats in the Bay Area

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

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05 Mar 2021

What it’s like to be a Ghostwriter

As my days, weeks, and last year has gone, I woke to the construction violence outside my saw-dusted window. Usually, it’s too dark to see the hanging avocados or the flicker of parrots silhouette against Karl the Fog’s presence, making the sounds outside reign supreme. Just another day in Covid-19

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02 Jan 2021

A Very Covid San Francisco New Years

It was a sunny, crisp Wednesday afternoon after my bread delivery shift at Josey Baker Bread in San Francisco when I realized, or permitted myself to feel, that New Year’s Eve was close. “Jesus,” I said, looking at my phone, noting the date. “It’s tomorrow.” After enduring almost a year

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13 Nov 2020

How to Make a Double-Decker Popeye’s Spicy Chicken Sandwich & Why You Deserve It

In the face of the turmoils of the past four years, both small and large, how does one cope? I picked up the guitar and learned a few new Dylan songs. I got more addicted to video games than ever before. I wrote more, or at least, I told myself

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04 Jun 2020

The Peaceful, Student-Led, Massive Protests in the Mission Were Beautiful

Across the country and the world, people of all races, gender, and backgrounds are taking to the street for the justice of George Floyd, a Black man that was murdered by the Minneapolis police officer Derek Chauvin who has now been charged with 2nd-degree murder. The other three complicit officers

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14 Jan 2020

As If You Know – Ottessa Moshfegh

Ottessa Moshfegh, the author of four books and her fifth Death in Her Hands coming in April 2020, winner of the Hemingway Foundation/PEN Award, shortlisted for the Booker Prize, and a fiction finalist for the National Book Critics Circle Award, spoke on Monday at City Arts and Lectures. The air

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31 Dec 2019

The History Behind New Years Resolutions

Resolutions, like wishes, like dreams, are ostensibly reachable, hopefully, feasible goals that many of us around the globe try desperately to hold ourselves to in the new year. Depending on your perspective of the whole thing, you may not even think about resolutions, maybe concerned solely about where you’re going

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