San Francisco

21 Jun 2022

BART Fare Increase Approved By Officials

Shootings. Stabbings. Derailments. Operating system and equipment failures. “Unscheduled” track maintenance. Civilians walking in the tunnels. These are only some of the problems plaguing our Bay Area Rapid Transit system. Ridership is 30-to-40% of its weekday pre-pandemic levels, and the aging agency sees about half its previous weekend riders. Despite

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20 Jun 2022

The Best Patios in San Francisco to Drink Beer

Well, you’re in luck because here’s a list of amazing patios in SF

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10 Jun 2022

We Found The True Origin of Oakland’s Tiny Windmill

Did you know that Oakland has its own windmill? Locals of the Bay Area have cherished the two beautiful windmills of Golden Gate Park. Their large stature dwarfs anyone who stands near them. Driving down Telegraph, you’ll find Oakland’s tiny janky windmill… a dilapidated, sad, graffitied building tucked next to

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you can have this shitty shack image
10 Jun 2022

Can You Afford a Shack in The Bay Area?

Probably not. Well, maybe? For years many people have felt priced out of buying  a home in The Bay Area. We talk about it with a tone of defeat. We feel stuck and wonder if being priced out of The Bay means there isn’t a place for us here. Scouring

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07 Jun 2022

The Federal Reserve Wants To Lower Your Wages

Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell took aim at American laborers during a press conference early last month, announcing he wants “to get wages down.” Powell cited better pay as the culprit behind soaring inflation rates across the country, saying the Federal Reserve is about to raise interest rates by half

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03 Jun 2022

What Your BottleRock 2022 Trucker Hat Says About You

BottleRock Music Festival 2022 in Napa, a sold out event, launched again last weekend without COVID complications. Some might say it was on par with previous years. What does that mean? Mom’s were drinking wine and dads were popping cans. One thing I always notice when visiting Napa is that

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01 Jun 2022

Ten Hot Tips for a First-Time San Francisco Tourist

You are going to step in shit if you don’t watch where you’re walking. Most of it comes from pets (reasonable people pick up after their animals), the rest from birds and humans. The city is notorious for it (I once walked out of my building and in on a

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4 images in one collage. vineyard, man sitting in front of the golden gate bridge, redwoods and a man waving a LGBT flag
27 May 2022

What I Miss Most When Traveling Outside of The Bay Area

Traveling outside of the Bay Area for more than a weekend, you instantly start to find that you begin to miss home. Not because you’re not in a beautiful place or because you’re somehow unsatisfied with your vacation. You miss it because there’s no other place like it. Beyond the

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