SF Bay Area

01 Jul 2020

The ADL’s Objection to Ethnic Studies Curriculum Prioritizes Zionism Over Students

By Ian Firstenberg The Oakland Unified School District on May 28 voted to adopt a resolution to Assembly Bill 331 in support of a statewide high school ethnic studies draft curriculum. The Anti-Defamation League immediately wrote a letter to the district urging them to “reject the flawed initial version.” The

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30 Jun 2020

All The Independence Day Protests & Rallies In The Bay Area

Instead of celebrating July 4th, many Bay Area activists will come together for Independence Day protests to celebrate the lives of people lost to police brutality in the last 240 years. We the People will form a more perfect union, establish justice, and ensure fireworks are going off all weekend with

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30 Jun 2020

How To Behave in a Restaurant During COVID

Congratulations! After spending weeks and weeks in a quarantine lockdown, some restaurants are reopening so you can finally go out and have someone cook your meal, serve it to you, and then clean up when you’re done. You might have to dine outside or maybe the restaurant won’t be at

Bitchy Waiter 3
30 Jun 2020

Instead of Public Performances, the SF Mime Troupe is Doing a Radio Serial This Year

For the first time in 60 years, the Tony Award-Winning San Francisco Mime Troupe will not be performing free shows in the parks. For many, that is truly a sign of the dark times we are in. The Mime Troupe is synonymous with summer for those of us who enjoy

Genie 1
25 Jun 2020

Is San Francisco a Friendly City?

Has staring at technology and navigating sidewalks where there are often mentally ill people made us more anti-social?

Broke-Ass Stuart - Editor In Cheap 1
25 Jun 2020

What It’s Like Running an SF Restaurant During COVID

Now that SF eateries are allowed have outdoor dinning again (albeit with very stringent social distancing rules) all staff having to wear face coverings at all times, all menus and amenities like salt and pepper shakers needing to be sanitized after each meal.  It’s not an easy adjustment for the

Alex Mak - Managing Editor 0
25 Jun 2020

San Francisco Allowing Bars, Museums & Saloons to Reopen Next Week w/ Restrictions

San Francisco is allowing bars, museums & saloons to reopen next week (June 29th) providing they follow new social distancing guidelines.  In case you haven’t noticed, bars that serve food have already begun serving outdoors, like bizarro Zeitgeist for example: Starting Monday, as long as Gavin Newsom and the State

Alex Mak - Managing Editor 1
25 Jun 2020

San Jose Karen Coughs on Baby for Not Social Distancing

If you want to stay alive while getting a frozen yogurt these days, do not upset Covid Karen, because she’ll pull down her mask, and cough on your baby, just to prove her point; namely that you are not ‘social distancing’ far enough from her. The suspect, who was standing

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