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17 Apr 2019

The Sideshow Showdown Could Get Ugly

Tension between the Oakland Police Department and residents who live in the city is not a new thing, neither are sideshows that have become fairly synonymous with East Oakland culture, but as the weekend events grow in popularity…and destruction, so does the tension. The standoff between participants and police are

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17 Apr 2019

SAFE Navigation Center Fight Highlights San Francisco’s Humanity, and Lack Of

On March 4, Mayor London Breed announced plans to build the SAFE Navigation Center at Seawall Lot 330. The concept originally allotted for 200 beds (with up to 225 if the space could be worked out) that would provide warm, sheltered spots for at least some of the city’s homeless

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17 Apr 2019

Black Laughs Matter! – Featuring SF’s African American Comedians

Come to Rambler SF to get some laughs with some of San Francisco’s Best African American Comedians. This isn’t just a comedy show…it’s also a celebration of cultural diversity in San Francisco. Everyone from every ethnic background is welcome and encouraged to attend.

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16 Apr 2019

SF to Double Number of Scooters on the Streets, Oh the HORROR!

We know that Notre Dame burned down, we know that our President is still Donald Trump, but they’ve finally gone too far. According to sources inside City Hall…San Francisco will ‘modestly expand the number of rental e-scooters allowed on city streets with an option to eventually double the total number

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15 Apr 2019

Two Escape From NY Locations, to Escape from SF

The SF Escape from New York Pizza chain first began in the Haight in 1986, and as a legacy business it currently runs 5 locations in the city, but this morning the founder Paul Geffner confirmed via Hoodline Editor Allie Pape that the Mission and Polk st locations will be

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15 Apr 2019

Raise Your Hand If The Bay Area Makes You Feel Like Trash

While riding BART in the early am of a Monday like any other, Facebook served me an article entitled “Feeling Strapped on a $400,000 income? That’s the Bay Area.”I stared at my tiny computer in my palm in disbelief but not with a sense of surprise. People always complain here, and of course, they have a right to. I thought I’d be met with another person complaining about home prices and the cost of living and much more, and I was right.

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15 Apr 2019

Tax Day Freebies and Deals in the Bay Area

It’s Tax Day and it’s a bummer. I don’t know about you but I am definitely not getting a refund this year. At least we have this list of free stuff and great deals. While it won’t make you feel 100% better, it might help a little bit. (The following

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