’89 Loma Prieta Earthquake

24 Apr 2020

All That Glitters: St. Patrick’s Church (Watsonville), 1989

All That Glitters is an homage to the dreamers and schemers that make the Bay Area unique. San Francisco artist Kaytea Petro uses a homemade hibiscus ink to illustrate historic photos, lovingly depicting a bygone era. More of her work can be seen at kayteapetro.com or on her Instagram. All

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17 Apr 2020

All That Glitters: Golden Gate Bridge, 1937

All That Glitters is an homage to the dreamers and schemers that make the Bay Area unique. San Francisco artist Kaytea Petro uses a homemade hibiscus ink to illustrate historic photos, lovingly depicting a bygone era. More of her work can be seen at kayteapetro.com or on her Instagram. All

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18 Jan 2021

The 100 Best Cheap Eats in the Bay Area

This list of great places to eat in the Bay Area will leave you smiling and probably drooling. All these joints are incredibly well priced, locally owned, delicious, and serving takeout in 2021. You can get something delicious, that will also fill you up, at all these eateries for under

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30 Apr 2018

Creating SF’s New Disaster Safety Guide

If you lived in the bay in 1989, chances are you remember in vivid detail the big Loma Prieta Earthquake that nearly crushed you, and your little dog too.   I personally remember seeing the walls crack in my Aunts house, as I watched the Giants playoff game get started on TV,

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26 Jul 2016

Art Night SF Returns!

Art Night SF is returning for its second series of events, beginning Friday, July 29, from 5 PM – 9 PM in San Francisco’s UN Plaza. You may remember Art Night from this article about inspiring art events, from inadvertently walking through it on your way to Civic Center Bart last

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15 Oct 2009

Be Prepared-Where Were You in ’89?

One easy way to tell which city dwellers have grown up in the Golden State and which ones haven’t is that Californians tend to be fond of referencing ‘œearthquake weather’, usually have some bottles of water, an economy sized box of ramen or cans stashed somewhere, and swap stories about

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