20 Mar 2024

Will California Follow Oregon’s ‘Strategic’ Approach to Psychedelics?

Jim Carroccio was desperate. After decades of cognitive therapy, his struggles with PTSD and Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder were as acute and debilitating as ever. So it was time to take a trip.

Literally and figuratively.

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12 Mar 2024

How I Fell In Love With Oakland’s Funktown

When I first figured out that San Francisco wasn’t for me, I didn’t know where I was going to end up. I had initially hoped that I would return to The Laurel, a neighborhood that straddles the line between East Oakland and the Lower Hills where I spent a long

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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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06 Mar 2024

California Won’t Have a Woman in the Senate for the 1st Time in more than 30 Years

By Amanda Becker Originally published by The 19th Democratic Rep. Adam Schiff has won first place in California’s nonpartisan primary for the U.S. Senate, followed by Republican Steve Garvey, setting up a general election matchup in the liberal state that strongly favors Schiff. Returns showed Democratic Reps. Katie Porter and

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05 Mar 2024

We Probably Had A Tornado Last Weekend…

When you think of tornadoes, you probably think of the Midwest or the South, which makes sense, since, you know, that’s where the vast majority of them occur. It’s not too often those of us on the coasts get fucked by the sky, but that is exactly what almost happened

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31 Jan 2024

Record Number of Californians Visiting Emergency Rooms for Dog Bites

Those pandemic puppies are growing up to be a public health concern.

The latest California data shows increased rates of emergency room visits, hospitalizations, and deaths from dog bites, with new records set after covid lockdowns. In 2022, there were 48,596 ER visits for dog bites in California, or 125 visits per 100,000 residents, a 70% increase in the rate of visits from 2005, according to the state Department of Health Care Access and Information.

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10 Jan 2024

New California Law Requires Bars & Clubs to Offer ‘Roofie’ Tests

I’ve known far too many people who’ve had their drink roofied. Incapacitating someone and taking advantage of them is a horrendous and immoral thing to do, and unfortunately getting a drink spiked is way more common than we probably know. According to a 2016 study, nearly 8% of college students

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12 Dec 2023

When Is The Mainstream Media Going To Get Bored Of Hating San Francisco?

Every week I write articles and I do quick scans of recent news involving San Francisco, Oakland and California to see if I can gain enough inspiration to give my opinion on what’s happening in a way that isn’t boring to you, the reader.  I’ve noticed something. Every. Single. Fucking.

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14 Nov 2023

Gavin Newsom Confirms San Francisco Removing Homeless For APEC Conference

San Francisco has struggled with homelessness longer than any of us have likely been alive. The Tenderloin has been anything but tender since the city’s founding and various leaders have come and gone, yet one thing stays consistent, and that’s the Tenderloin’s everlasting status as the city’s downtown destination for

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