Oh wow! The Covidversary Comedy Special was fire! These seven comics brought the hilarity, and just judging by the comments in the chat during the show, people really needed to laugh. Weren’t able to make it? We got you covered. You can watch the whole thing below: Seeing as part
Bill Hammond jumped at the opportunity to help out when Kaiser Permanente called and asked him to head up a Solano County vaccination site. As the owner of Hammond Entertainment, a 25-year-old event production company, he had skills and experience to get the mass operation set up efficiently, and that’s
California has launched an online application portal for tenants and landlords impacted by COVID-19. Through the relief fund, people can request assistance for last year’s unpaid bills for rent and a variety of utilities. The CA COVID-19 Rent Relief program is made possible by $2.6 billion coming from the U.S.
“…There is no place too far or disaster too great for our chefs to be there with a hot plate of food when it’s needed most. Wherever there’s a fight so hungry people may eat, we will be there – we must be there…. We envisioned an organization that would
Goodwill Industries of the Greater East Bay on Friday announced the closure of eight retail stores in Alameda, Contra Costa and Solano counties, and the layoffs of 61 employees, citing the economic consequences of the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. The locations closing are in Oakley, Dublin, Livermore, Durant Square in Oakland,
By Marc Norton Sometimes a particular fight weaves together so many strands of the oppressive fabric of the USA that it is difficult to figure out what is key and where to begin. Such is the case with the fight to free San Francisco BayView editor Malik Washington from the clutches
As of Tuesday, 159,357 San Mateo County residents have received at least the first dose of the COVID-19 vaccine, representing 24.8 percent of the county’s population age 16 and older who would be eligible for the vaccine.
It’s been twelve long months that our country has been learning to live with Covid. On April 3, it will be exactly a year that the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) first suggested that Americans wear facial coverings to help curtail the spread of the virus. Still, there