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Tuesday marks the 40th anniversary of the White Night Riots. On May 21, 1979, San Francisco waited for justice following the murders of Mayor George Moscone and Supervisor Harvey Milk at the hands of their colleague, former cop Dan White. When the verdict was handed down, members of the San Francisco Police Department had already begun celebrating White’s minimal manslaughter sentence. However, others demanded answers, protesting in front of City Hall.
As you’ve probably heard by now I’m launching a really hilarious new web series called Shaky Ground! We’re having the big premiere at the Roxie Theatre in The Mission on May 23rd. You and a guest are invited! For FREE! Get your tix right here while they last. Just so you know, it’s a
Step into a world of adventure with the San Francisco Coffee Passport. There’s no better way to explore SF than to literally drink it in. The SF Coffee Passport is amazing, you get 31 coffee drinks at 31 cafes for $35. It honestly doesn’t get much better than that. How does
Big news folks: I’m releasing a new web series called Shaky Ground! It’s a hilarious comedy lampooning the modern day Bay Area. Whether highlighting the process of interviewing crazy new roommates, or making fun of clueless tech executives looking to “disrupt” industries, Shaky Ground hilariously takes aim at all the
Did you know that the day after Israeli Independence Day is a day Palestinians call Nakba Day? It translates to “Day of Catastrophe” and is an annual commemoration of the displacement of Palestinians that happened due to the creation of Israel. Yeah, that’s how complicated the region is, and that is
This originally appeared in my Broke-Ass City column in the SF Examiner With tax season just past us there’s been a lot of talk about what President Donald Trump’s tax scam means for average Americans. There’s no doubt about what it means for the wealthy; millionaires and billionaires are getting
On Wednesday May 8th, Lyft and Uber drivers in cities across the US will be turning off their apps in protest as Uber’s IPO approaches. While the current list of cities includes New York, San Francisco, San Diego, LA, Philly, Chicago, DC, Boston and Minneapolis, ALL of us should refrain
All I did was put on the Magic Leap glasses and suddenly the room I was in was augmented to include things that weren’t actually there. The controller in my hand became a torch, and the box at my feet rumbled and kicked like something was in there.