SF healthcare workers lead the way in vaccination, other counties fall behind. California state has announced that the vaccine is now expected to be available to everyone by the end of 2021.
The Bay Area is a big place with a lot of cities, and every city in the Bay can be a little different. But one thing that is synonymous with the Bay Area experience, is BART. The Bay Area Rapid Transit, with its loud trains, lateness, general sketchiness and insanity
The “Artist You Should Know” series highlights Bay Area artists who are doing incredible work, it’s our way of supporting the creative community and helping to keep San Francisco a strange and wonderful place. If you’ve walked the streets of San Francisco this decade, you most likely will recognize this work.
Bay Area burrito enthusiasts and late-night drunken hooligans are eating our grief with today’s news in SFGate that ‘Don Chava’ Salvador Lopez, the owner of the El Farolito taqueria chain has passed away. Lopez emigrated from Mexico in 1975 and eventually opened the original El Farolito at 24th and Mission
Unhinged sore loser Donald Trump will now carry the historic shame of being the first and only US President to be impeached twice in the same term. Just after 1:20 pm PT Wednesday, the House of Representatives reached a 232-197 majority to impeach Trump — on almost the exact same
It’s going to be a long time before restaurants are back to normal, even after the vaccine rollout and Covid is in the rearview mirror. There are some things that will probably never go back to the way they were before. Personally, what I will miss most is greeting my
Historic SF sex worker organization St. James Infirmary broke the devastating news Tuesday that its namesake and founder Margo St. James had passed. “With profound sadness, the St. James Infirmary announces the death of the most storied among our founders, Margo St. James,” the health and safety clinic said in