Do you know what to do when a massive earthquake happens? Do you want to know how to prepare yourself, your loved ones, your neighbors? Good! The Earthquake Safety Project is aiming at educating everyone in the Bay Area. Bellow, you’ll find a digital version of the Earthquake 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,
I am extremely excited to announce the release of The Delicious Card! Delicious cardholders get awesome deals at over 30 of your favorite SF eateries! Membership is a great way to explore new places, support local businesses, and support local journalism.
A few weeks ago someguy put up a piece of art on Division Street. The piece hit home because it was a solemn reminder of the tent city that used to occupy that space in San Francisco, the homeless encampment that has since been dispersed. The tents were confiscated by the city and the homeless were forced off the busy street, but the people and their tents didn’t simply disappear, they are now scattered on side alleys and streets that are more hidden from view.