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24 Jan 2023

California Has Suffered Three Mass Shootings In Three Days, Two In Bay Area

It doesn’t feel like a single day can go by in this country without a tragic incident involving gun violence.  Initially, when I heard about the mass shooting in Monterey Park, California, a small city in Southern California, not far from Los Angeles, I wasn’t going to write an article

Abraham Woodliff - Bay Area Memelord 0
17 Jan 2023

SF Woman’s Death Highlights Dangers of Eucalyptus

An accident at Golden Gate Park this past Saturday resulted in the tragic death of one San Francisco senior resident. A tree branch suddenly detached from its trunk and struck the elderly passerby below, fatally wounding her. At around 5:15 PM, a passing runner discovered the fallen woman on JFK

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17 Jun 2022

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 37 coupons to buy one beer, get a second beer FREE at 37 of the finest locally owned bars,

Broke-Ass Stuart - Editor In Cheap 0
10 Jan 2023

California Storms Continue Causing Trouble

Back-to-back storms have characterized this winter in ways unseen since the nineties. Flash flooding in low-lying areas on surface streets, freeways, busy city intersections and residential zones. Landslides on forested and urbanized slopes closing coastal highways and threatening homes. Washouts that swallow portions of piers and historic promenades have been

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03 Jan 2023

Clear Lake Volcano More Active Than Previously Thought

In June I wrote about the threat to San Francisco posed by Mount Konocti, specifically the Clear Lake Volcanic Field. People seem to have forgotten the volcano, I lamented. Our earthquakes, landslides, and wildfires tend to overshadow California’s windows to the furnace churning beneath our feet. Scientists previously estimated the

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03 Jan 2023

Why I’m Optimistic About Oakland’s New Mayor, Sheng Thao

Despite all the people that treat living in Oakland like it’s a personality trait, Oakland has a lot of problems. It always has. It weirds me when people say they “love the town,” or when they get mad if you criticize Oakland. When they say they love Oakland, I often

Abraham Woodliff - Bay Area Memelord 1
13 Dec 2022

Can The Drought Teach Us About San Francisco’s Housing Crisis?

I’m sure you’ve seen the weather lately. It’s been raining on and off since mid-November. Soaking rains washed over the Bay Area these past couple weekends, reminiscent of wet seasons past. Forecasters say another storm system should move in this Friday. It is hoped this seemingly plentiful rainfall will reduce

Jake Warren 0
18 Oct 2022

Stockton Serial Killer: What to know

Mugshot of serial murder suspect, Wesley Brown Written By Mona Taleb-Agha On Thursday, October 13th Stockton police arrested who they believe may be a suspect in their search for a serial killer on the loose. Wesley Brownlee, 43, of Stockton was arrested by police at 2am on Thursday while he

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04 Oct 2022

Gavin Newsom Decriminalized Jaywalking

Written By Habibi Bridges: Great news! Daddy Newsom has officially decriminalized what we’ve already been doing: jaywalking! While this virtually doesn’t change much, this is actually a good thing for vulnerable people living in low income neighborhoods where cops unfairly choose to enforce arbitrary laws at the expense of California’s

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