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12 Feb 2024

This Oakland-Based Poet Wants You to Step Up Your Politics

Darius Simpson is the kind of guy who has to wait until Saturday night to take calls. The poet, educator, farmer, and activist stays fully engaged in a plethora of Bay Area communities. And in a time when the word “activist” has become closer to a personality trait or a

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12 Feb 2024

If Taylor Swift is a Tortured Poet, Isn’t Everyone?

While winning yet another Grammy, Taylor Swift took the chance to plug her upcoming and eleventh album: The Tortured Poets Department. Shortly after the announcement, Google recorded a 588 percent increase of users searching “Dead Poets Society.” This strange moment arrives within a year of Drake’s Titles Ruin Everything dropping, a

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09 Feb 2024

Save The Beloved Golden Gate Park “LOVE Block” Sculpture

Support the preservation of the cherished LOVE Block sculpture in Golden Gate Park by acquiring an engraving to be embedded directly into the blocks! Perfect expression of your love for San Francisco this Valentine’s Day. The iconic LOVE Blocks of Golden Gate Park that we’ve all known and loved is

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09 Feb 2024

‘My Home on the Moon’ Fights Gentrification with Pho at SF Playhouse

As we are navigating our day-to-day lives it can be easy to lean on AI as a tool. Trouble with your cover letter? AI can help! Needing to write a script in a hurry? AI has got you covered! Do you need to fight the effects of gentrification and to

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09 Feb 2024

A Quick Pivot Saved This Berkeley Restaurant, Now It’s Boomin’

Tarocco, nestled in Berkeley, is a charming lunch spot offering a Barcelona-inspired menu. Last November, they almost closed their doors and it was a quick pivot that saved the business and quadrupled sales. Tarocco’s allure extends beyond culinary delights to include a sun-drenched seating area, exuding rustic-romantic dishes inspired by

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08 Feb 2024

THE DELICIOUS DRINK-UPS AT SF BEER WEEK 2024

For beer lovers in the Bay, this is the sweetest week of the year, where over 100 craft brewers from all over Northern California roll their kegs into the Bay for tastings, parties, parings, and any other excuse to come together and drink some the finest brews in the world.

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08 Feb 2024

‘Exposed to all the Ruins’: a Fitting End to Et Al Gallery’s Decade in Chinatown

In a small basement tucked between two convenience stores in Chinatown, there is a room filled with flowers beside walls covered in eclectic pairings of photos. It’s for the final show anyone will see at Et Al, a staple gallery in San Francisco’s Chinatown for the past eleven years. 

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