January 28, 2012 — The night protesters clashed with police in downtown Oakland, the college kids on my train home from San Francisco were counting on their fingers how many of their friends had been arrested. At the time it went over my head. Then Monday morning I turned up
I’m independent and I don’t own a car. If you’re a traveler like me, then you probably try to exhaust all resources before renting a car becomes an option. I find that you can sightsee more when you’re not worried about driving on a winding road along tretcherous sea-hugging cliffs.
If you live in the East Bay, sometimes you can run into a bit of a problem when enjoying a late night in San Francisco. BART, the non-car solution to that big thing of water that’s in your way, stops operating at a certain point in the night. But good(-ish)
Well, it’s that time again. Another election year is already underway here in SF, and it already looks like it’s shaping up to be a corker. With everyone and that’s gonna be on the ballot, we thought it might help to help you get to know the contenders a little
Thanks to Jennifer Canale for hipping me to this via my facebook page. My ass rides BART all the time, so I could surely use a FREE ticket. Read all the info below. I got it from Oakland Local. On Thursday, April 21 – in honor of Earth Day –
I don’t usually post about events happening in Oakland because I don’t like to think about places that are not San Francisco. It’s almost like if I don’t think about them, they don’t exist, so if there’s ever some kind huge disaster, like a tsunami or a tornado hitting a
This Saturday, January 9, 2011 marks the 10th annual No Pants Subway Ride in New York. If you remember, our very own Spendthrift Scribe posted the event last year. Well, now San Franciscans can join in the fun, and based on how many inexpicably pantsless people I’ve seen in SF,