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21 Jul 2020

The Baby Bison in Golden Gate Park Have A Live Webcam

You probably haven’t seen the baby bison that arrived in Golden Gate Park in March, because they arrived right when everything went straight to hell. But there’s a little bit of baby bison joy available via the magic of the internet, as Golden Gate Park now has a bison livestream

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20 Jul 2020

Catch The Roxie Mixtape-In-Place Festival

Hey, remember when the Roxie Theater offered people a chance to turn life under quarantine into cinema with its Mixtape-In-Place competition?  As it turned out, the response was impressive.  Well over 100 submissions of films lasting 3 minutes or less in various genres got submitted for the competition.  Since part

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20 Jul 2020

The Legendary Cliff House Restaurant is Closing…Temporarily

Over the last 157 years the Cliff House has survived a lot. First constructed in 1858, it’s been rebuilt five times due to various calamities like fires and dynamite exploding shipwrecks. Unfortunately, it may not survive COVID-19. Earlier today KRON 4 reported, via local wire service Bay City News, that the

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17 Jul 2020

30% of People Say They’re “Rubbing One Out” More Often During Quarantine

I get way too many press releases. Most of them are for bands I don’t care about or travel destinations I’m not that interested in. But sometimes a true gem makes it my way and I feel the need to share. Earlier this week I got one from the folks

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16 Jul 2020

Rock Photographer Turned BLM Photojournalist: Chris Tuite

Chris Tuite is an EastBay photographer who you have probably seen in front of the barricade at any number of the concert halls in and around SF.

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16 Jul 2020

The Beauty & ‘Beef’ in San Francisco’s Street Art Scene

You’ve seen their work all over the city, on boarded up storefronts and hanging in windows, you’ve seen it on walls, garage doors, and mailboxes.  Street art in San Francisco a reflection our city’s culture, politics and creativity.  The great majority of art hanging in SF’s museums, is not by

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15 Jul 2020

What Do Anti-BDS Laws Tell Us About America’s Future?

By Ian Firstenberg On Monday July 13, Republican Governor Mike Parson of Missouri signed an executive order prohibiting the state from doing business with companies that support the Boycott, Divestment, Sanctions, or BDS, movement that calls on international lawmakers to end “support for Israel’s oppression of Palestinians.”  Missouri is the

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15 Jul 2020

The 2020 SF Coffee Passport is Here!

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

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