Bay Area

12 Sep 2023

Sinkhole Pops Up On Fillmore Street In Pacific Heights & Other Bay Area News

The Bay Area is a place with a lot going on and it’s easy to be overwhelmed by all the articles and talking heads. So I’ve done a quick summary of some of the most important shit happening in the Bay Area right now. Sinkhole Pops Up On Fillmore Street

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05 Sep 2023

What I Learned About Karma At A Grocery Store In Oakland

They say “variety is the spice of life,” but I’m pretty sure ambiguity is. There are no instructions on how to live or what’s truly right or wrong. We’re born and then we’re just dropped headfirst into this thing called life. No matter what part of the world your parents

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19 Jul 2023

The East Bay Beer Passport is Here!

Step into a world of adventure with the 2023-2024 East Bay Beer Passport! There’s no better way to explore the East Bay than to literally drink it in. Each passport contains 27 coupons to buy one beer, get a second beer FREE at 27 of the finest locally owned breweries,

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05 Sep 2023

Legendary LGBTQ Bar, the Stud, Reopening In San Francisco

San Francisco can be a heartbreaking place to be a business or a patron, but it’s not all doom and gloom; sometimes your favorite businesses come back to life, and in the case of the Stud, that is exactly what is happening.  During the Pandemic, the Stud lost its location

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04 Sep 2023

Berkeley’s Greek Theater Is One of NorCal’s Finest Venues

By David Coppin-Lanegen Throngs of people pounded their feet against the stone pavement, their long scarves and long hair dyed wailing, schizophrenic colors. As they danced, Robin Pecknold of Fleet Foxes crooned, his voice blue and blending with the pink-orange sky and colorful people of The Greek, in Berkeley. Formally

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29 Aug 2023

Why Are S.F. Politicians Hosting Doom Loop Tours?

San Francisco is a strange place. It’s the per capita billionaire capital of the world, and yet the city is regularly criticized for intense levels of poverty and urban decay. It’s a place where clearly rich people deny being rich while draping themselves in vague progressive mantras to showcase their

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22 Aug 2023

Can IKEA Save Downtown San Francisco?

I’m bored of writing about this, but here we go again. Downtown San Francisco is experiencing high retail vacancy rates because rich people are scared of people on drugs. That’s why they attend things like Burning Man, to get away from drug addicts – well, at least the poor ones. 

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22 Aug 2023

So, Violent Crime Is Up Under Brooke Jenkins…

Imagine you’re a gang member in the most stereotypical sense possible. Like you’re a caricature for Fox News to scare boomers from ever stepping foot outside of the suburbs. You’re sitting in your house. There’s a gun stashed under the bed, a shoebox stuffed with roughly $6,000 in cash and

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08 Aug 2023

SF Office Space Value Predicted To Plummet Another 40% by 2025

This isn’t a ‘doom loop’ article. I’m not writing this because I’m concerned about the current state of commercial or corporate real estate in San Francisco. It’s actually the opposite: I’m fucking ecstatic.  According to a study released by Capital Economics, San Francisco’s commercial real estate value is predicted to

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