03 Jun 2021

A New Morning, Life Returning to Normal

We were somewhere outside Manteca, California when I realized I didn’t have to worry anymore. My girlfriend and I had stopped for gas in one of those strip malls along the highway where every fast-food chain you could think of was ready to take your order. Hundreds of people in

13 May 2021

Specs’ is Officially Reopening on May 20th!

Specs’ 12 Adler Museum Cafe, the western jewel of dive bars and our city’s home to philosophers, novelists, travelers, progressives, poets, punks, drunks and broke-asses, is finally reopening! Specs’ celebrated it’s 53rd birthday this past April 26th, now it’s going to celebrate its grand re-opening this Thursday May 20th! Hours

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13 Apr 2021

We Escaped to the Mountains for a Few Days to Explore Wylder Hope Valley

We desperately needed to get out of San Francisco. Other than a couple trips to Oakland to see friends, Kayla and I hadn’t left The City in something like seven months. We were getting pretty stir crazy. Luckily an email arrived in my inbox a few weeks ago that would scratch that itch.

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06 Apr 2021

Oakland International Airport Standoff Ends After Nearly Four Hours

A standoff with an armed man at the Oakland International Airport came to an end Tuesday morning after nearly four hours. According to witness reports, the man appeared to have a knife and was threatening to commit suicide. The outer area of Terminal 1 was evacuated as law enforcement responded

26 Mar 2021

Southwest Pilot Caught on Live Mic Ranting About “Bay Area F—ing Weirdos”

Ahhhhh Yes! This is what the internet was made for. Apparently a pilot for Southwest was flying over the Bay Area when he was recorded over the Mineta San Jose International Airport’s air traffic control scanner, going off on an absolutely incredible rant. The website One Mile at a Time

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11 Mar 2021

5 Cutty Hiking Spots to Check Out in the East Bay

When people think of hiking in the East Bay, especially newcomers, they think of Oakland and Berkeley, and even more specifically, they think of a handful of places in Oakland and Berkeley that everyone has already been to and instragrammed to death. The East Bay is a lot bigger than

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25 Feb 2021

SF to Open Indoor dining, Movies & Museums Next Week

In short, indoor dinning at 25% capacity, indoor gyms at 10% capacity, indoor museums, zoos & aquariums at 25% capacity.  Even the GG park ferris wheel is will reopen! And they are lifting the 10pm curfew!

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28 Jan 2021

BART Plans To Build a Second Transbay Tube

By Eli Walsh BART and the Capitol Corridor Joint Powers Authority unveiled a plan Wednesday to build a second transbay rail crossing and increase rail connection throughout the Bay Area and Northern California. The Link21 program will include multiple projects intended to make rail transit more accessible for residents in

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