A person.
18 Mar 2024

Bay Area Protesters Ask for Financial Relief

There are many legitimate points to be made about seeking solutions to societal problems through spending money, yet until the dawn of that dollar-free day there also many legitimate ways to funnel resources to those in need with whatever dough one can spare. In that spirit, the Bay Area finds

A guy.
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

27 Jan 2024

The San Francisco Beer Passport is Here!

Step into a world of adventure with the San Francisco Beer Passport. There’s no better way to explore San Francisco than to literally drink it in. This passport is amazing! Each one contains 27 coupons to buy one beer, get a second beer FREE at 27 of the finest locally

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A person and a backdrop.
06 Nov 2023

Why San Francisco Politics Matter After All That

There’s a tense air in San Francisco. The city is readying for the Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC) — a major international conference hosting President Joe Biden and General Secretary Xi Jinping alike — and erupting in demonstrations against the evolving humanitarian crisis in Gaza, raised to a fever pitch by

26 May 2023

Fighting the Insect Apocalypse in Bayview-Hunter’s Point

The insect apocalypse is here. The small but mighty base of food webs and vital pollinators the world over are dropping in population at a record pace. To put it bluntly, without bugs, we are in deep trouble. Isaiah Powell and his partner Danielle Calibird Fernandez from Dragonspunk are looking

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19 Apr 2023

How to Get into Activism and Advocacy

As the world burns and climate change deniers continue to, well…deny it, there’s an uprising in Millennials, Gen Z, and Gen Alpha to change and, hopefully, save (or slow the implosion) of our Earth. If you’re one of these tree huggers, activists, and/or a recently blooming conservationist then the advice

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23 Mar 2023

Nan Goldin, All the Beauty and The Bloodshed – The Art of Survival

Her work is always very personal and it has a huge part in telling the story of queer culture in America, in the late 80’s she curated an art show about the AIDS epidemic called “Witnesses: Against Our Vanishing”.

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24 Jun 2022

Most Significant Overturning of Rights in Our Lives

After 50 years, abortion rights have been taken away. The Supreme Court has overturned Roe vs. Wade in a decision that has rocked the nation today. Protests are already underway in many cities and you can expect that there will definitely be some today in The Bay as well. Organizers

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16 Feb 2022

What They’re Not Telling You About Bay Area Starbucks Closures

Is your neighborhood Starbucks closed?  According to local news reports, several Starbucks locations are struggling with “staffing shortages.” Considering that we’re still in the midst of a global pandemic, this seems plausible. But there’s a larger story at play here that’s not making headlines.  Last December, employees at the Elmwood

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