Bay Area

13 Jul 2017

Taking Food from the Rich & Feeding the Poor in the Bay Area

As the Bay Area, and many other parts of America, slide into a Late Roman Empire school of excess, the rift between the haves and the have-not’s grows greater by the day. In a world where people sleep on the streets in front of multi-million-dollar homes, trying to find a

Kit Friday -Mild in the Streets 0
27 Jun 2017

The Tech Workers Helping to Unionize Big Tech

By Matthew Gerring If you need more proof that nothing in politics is predictable anymore, look no further than the April 2017 meeting of the Tech Worker’s Coalition — about 35 people, most of them software engineers, many from household-name tech companies in Silicon Valley, sitting in a run-down union hall

Alex Mak - Managing Editor 0
23 Oct 2014

When No News is Bad News: Remembering the SF Bay Guardian

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

Royce Kurmelovs - The Australia Desk 0
15 Jul 2014

Awesome Bay Area Hikes to Bring a Date On

As Bay Area inhabitants we have some amazing nature all around us. Tahoe is a few hours North, Big Sur is a few hours South, Yosemite a few hours East and the Pacific Ocean is to the West. Now, I don’t camp. I don’t see the appeal of sleeping on

Jay H - Bawdy Broadcaster 0
18 Jan 2012

Chinook Book Now Offers Mobile App: Green Deals in the Bay

I know there are tons of coupon books that overwhelm your inbox with daily deals everyday, but this one is something you will actually want to check out. Chinook Book saves you money on products and offers that truly make a difference. By becoming more environmentally aware here in the Bay Area,

Heidi Smith - The Ultimate Scavenger 0
21 Apr 2011

Dance Your Heart Out for FREE Starting Friday!

America’s largest dance week hits the Bay Area for 10 days of intense body movin’ starting tomorrow. From April 22 –May 1 there will be over 400 FREE dance events across the entire Bay Area. We’re talking all types of dance styles you can think of including:  Scottish dancing, salsa,

Heidi Smith - The Ultimate Scavenger 0
03 Feb 2010

Be a Smarter Consumer: Read Michael Finney’s Blog

My mom told me she had an idea for a Broke Ass post.  Whereas her advice usually consists of the statement ‘œdrink some tea’ (no matter what the problem is), this one was spot-on.  Michael Finney is a reporter for the local ABC7 News.  He’s been the ‘œconsumer watchdog’ there

Chloe - Pennywise Reporter 1