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15 Dec 2018

Win the Oakland & Berkeley Coffee Passport!

Step into a world of adventure with the Oakland & Berkeley Coffee Passport. There’s no better way to explore The East Bay than to literally drink it in. This passport is amazing, you get 20 coffees drinks at 20 of the East Bay’s best cafes for only $30. The only way it

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14 Dec 2018

We Now Have RAP-ping Paper w/ Your Favorite Rappers on it!

This is so cool! It’s wrapping paper with some of the best rappers from the 80s & 90s on it! It’s rapping paper! Get this today so that you can wrap all your gifts in it for the Holla-Days! Check them all out right here. Now we know this list

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14 Dec 2018

When MUNI Utterly Fails You, What do You do?

Our new column The Wanderer follows young writer Tess F. Stevens through different threads of San Francisco culture, experiences, and issues. She hopes to challenge, connect and define some of the things we find difficult to put into words.  I love San Francisco. It’s a magical city of opportunity, brimming with

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14 Dec 2018

Best Places to Volunteer Over the Holidays in the Bay Area

One of the best ways to give back over the holidays is to volunteer in your area. There are many worthy places in the Bay Area to volunteer whether you want to connect with nature, work with kids or play with some very cute dogs. It’s important to remember that

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13 Dec 2018

Breaking: Bomb Threats and Evacuations, San Francisco and Nation on High Alert

Several bomb threats were reported in San Francisco at approximately 10:00 a.m. Thursday at locations across the city including The Jewish Community Center, the San Francisco Fire Credit Union – Presidio and the Marines Memorial Club. The incidents in San Francisco seem to be part of a larger menacing situation,

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13 Dec 2018

Weekly News: Bad Santas, Text Tax, Tactless Twits y Mas

Welcome to your week in news. On the menu this week are two very bad Santas, the undignified treatment of Oakland’s homeless, the state of the Raiders, talk of a text message tax, some tactless winners of the week, a national rundown and a couple ideas to help keep your

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12 Dec 2018

Bay Area Concerts to Get You Through the Holidays

Whether you just need a break from the manic holiday prep or are looking for an early knock-’em-over sort of present that you just can’t deliver in the form of a gift card, a spin through our guide to upcoming concerts might just be what the doctor ordered. We’ve picked

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12 Dec 2018

The Oakland Village Encampment Eviction was a Disgrace

The people at Oakland’s Housing and Dignity Village were treated with anything but dignity when the city of Oakland gave them the boot Thursday. The “homeless” encampment at Edes Avenue and South Elmhurst Avenue was a safe and sober tiny-house community to at least 13 women and children, but it also acted

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