New venue, new menu, the legendary Neo-Futurists took residency and debuted The Infinite Wrench in San Francisco’s 447 Minna Black Box Theater last Friday
Back-to-back storms have characterized this winter in ways unseen since the nineties. Flash flooding in low-lying areas on surface streets, freeways, busy city intersections and residential zones. Landslides on forested and urbanized slopes closing coastal highways and threatening homes. Washouts that swallow portions of piers and historic promenades have been
Yes that’s right, if you formally adopt a drain and take on the responsibility of keeping it clear of debris, (and our streets free of floods) you also get to name your drain!
In every direction he looks, Tesla CEO Elon Musk faces a bevy of unenviable troubles. His albatross, Twitter, is reportedly losing $4 million per day. Meanwhile, building inspectors found impromptu living quarters on the eighth floor of their San Francisco headquarters. Former employees are taking legal action against him. Rumors
I’m sure you’ve seen the weather lately. It’s been raining on and off since mid-November. Soaking rains washed over the Bay Area these past couple weekends, reminiscent of wet seasons past. Forecasters say another storm system should move in this Friday. It is hoped this seemingly plentiful rainfall will reduce
San Francisco is a city of dreamers, but it can be an absolute nightmare for your wallet. It’s not unusual for SF to land among America’s most unaffordable cities, oftentimes at the top of the list. Despite the obstacles impeding one’s ability to be a homeowner here, people still try
Twitter is allegedly forcing its few remaining employees to sleep in makeshift bedrooms at its Market Street headquarters. A whistleblower alerted San Francisco’s 311 service, backed up by a Forbes report that described conference rooms rudely converted to “modest bedrooms featuring unmade mattresses, drab curtains and giant conference-room telepresence monitors.” Anonymous employees
New York City Mayor Eric Adams just announced his initiative to renew involuntary commitment. A “common misunderstanding persists that we cannot provide involuntary assistance unless the person is violent,” said Adams, with the New York Times reporting. “Going forward, we will make every effort to assist those who are suffering