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19 Oct 2018

Despite Dept. of Elections Bungling Things, Here’s Our Endorsements for Judges

First off, as the staff writer who puts these guides together, I’d like to apologize for completely missing these since I usually keep an eye out for judges. To be fair, though, the California Secretary of State’s office and San Francisco Department of Elections didn’t exactly make this specific part

Stephen Torres - Threadbare-Fact Finder (Editor, San Francisco) 0
19 Oct 2018

Carmen Sandiego Themed Music Video Shot in SF

Berekely-based feminist queer pop/R&B band ‘Oh The Nerve‘ released their ‘Better Things To Do’ music video this week in the lead up to their first EP.  It’s a lighthearted love letter to San Francisco and Directed by Jared Swanson of the of the band Abbot Kinney.  The video is full of

Alex Mak - Managing Editor 0
18 Oct 2018

Great, Artsy Events in the Bay

We sprint to the end of San Francisco summer with a lots of great, artsy stuff to do.  Arguably the busiest time of year for events in the bay, and once we hit November the temperature and the party schedule drop like a baritone. so get out there while ya

Kirsten Chen 0
18 Oct 2018

Which SF Landlords Are Paying Big Bucks To Defeat The Prop. 10 Rent Control Measure

Is your rent money being used to undermine the California Nov. 6 Affordable Housing Act known as Prop. 10? There’s a good chance that it is! We went through all 1,728 checks written statewide from rent control opponents, and found that many San Francisco landlords are using their tenants’ rent money

Joe Kukura- Millionaire in Training 0
17 Oct 2018

Best Dates for Plant Nerds in the East Bay

GUEST POST BY KATY ATCHISON Since we live in California, we have TWO prime planting seasons – Spring (duh) and the second right after the first rain in the Fall…which is now! This means that every nursery is booming with autumnal cuteness – and it’s the best time for you

Guest Writer 0
17 Oct 2018

Photos of You at Treasure Island Music Festival Under Looming AT-AT Walkers

Founded by Noise Pop in 2007, Treasure Island Music Festival has been located on Treasure Island until this year when it was moved to Middle Harbor Shoreline Park. How long until the branding changes to reflect the location change? Formerly branded by its location on an island, the new location is

Stefan Aronsen 0
16 Oct 2018

Artist Trains SF 5th Graders in Legal Street Art

It’s not everyday elementary school kids get a lesson in how to make and decorate their neighborhood with their own art, but this week in San Francisco the mean streets of The Richmond got signed bombed with locally made street art, and I personally hope this leads to more SF kids creating

Alex Mak - Managing Editor 0