Family

27 Feb 2020

Public Art Gallery Wants Your Work on its Walls

an art show that places the public as both exhibitors and audience members. Exhibiting (hopefully!) 415 pieces, the curation of the art show will be crowdsourced from those living/working/loving in San Francisco

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10 Feb 2020

Children Deserve Horror Content Made For Them

by Xan Holbrook Mark Kermode (the BBC’s film critic in residence) is, in many ways, the horror fan’s horror fan. One topic he loves to explore again and again is that of paedophobic horror, or horror with a child antagonist. Using the examples of A Clockwork Orange, The Exorcist and

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18 Feb 2020

The Delicious Card: Rad Deals at 30+ SF Restaurants

I am extremely excited to announce the release of The Delicious Card! Delicious cardholders get awesome deals at over 30 of your favorite SF eateries! Membership is a great way to explore new places, support local businesses, and support local journalism.

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30 Jan 2020

Zazie Sold to Its Employees, What a Great Restaurant Story

OFF MENU IS SPONSORED BY BENDER’S BECAUSE THEY ARE BADASS. DROP BY AND MAKE SOME BAD DECISIONS WITH SOME GOOD PEOPLE! In a year full of restaurant closures in San Francisco, it’s nice to hear about a beloved Cole Valley bistro making its employees, owners. Zazie, Cole Valley’s fine french foodery has been

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27 Jan 2020

Teaching Your Kids About Sex? There’s an App For That!

by Laurie Riihimaki Ok, so it’s official, parenting just got lazier. Now there are actually apps that help you teach your kid about sex! All the awkward questions you used to have to answer are now handed off to an age-appropriate Siri-equivalent. And I get it, parents, it’s not always

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07 Jan 2020

Telegraph Hill Resident Posts Letter Accusing Neighbor of Being an Idiot 

Sometimes life throws you a smile.  Residents of Telegraph Hill have taken to the street and posted maybe the most passive-aggressive, unneighborly, and hilarious ‘note’ we’ve ever read.  The letter posted on the street titled ‘Do You Burn Wood?‘ (no doubt posted in front of the offending neighbor’s house) lists

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25 Dec 2019

Happy All the Holidays to All of You

When I think of Christmas, I think of family. It’s not about how much we spend on presents, but about the smiles we bring to people we love. It’s a time that allows us to put aside the petty crap that bothers us about our kids, partners, parents and friends

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18 Dec 2019

Moms 4 Housing Represent the Ultimate Fight Between Greed and Good

Some people look down on homelessness — they make assumptions that the dire situation is brought on by bad personal behavior or laziness. You hear people make callous and highly generalized arguments in comment forums on the topic. The blame tends to fall on drug abuse and therefore, people suffering

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27 Nov 2019

How to Survive an Impeachment Thanksgiving

If the recent CNN poll holds any weight, about half the U.S. adult population wants Donald Trump impeached and removed from office, and the other half think he’s doing a super fantastic job as president. It’s pretty much split down the middle, which could present the opportunity for awkward family

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