16 Aug 2022

How to Know When You’re in a Rich Part of San Francisco

San Francisco is one of the most expensive places in the United States, so, from a national perspective, every neighborhood in San Francisco is a rich neighborhood. The Tenderloin, Mission, Bayview and Visitacion Valley are all considered to be lower income parts of the City, but if you’re paying over

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31 May 2022

Battle Of The Bay: San Francisco VS. Oakland

The San Francisco Bay Area is a big place. Its home to nine counties, includes far too many cities to name, and while San Jose is technically the biggest city in the Bay Area. The region is undeniably defined by San Francisco and Oakland.  Which ultimately begs the question. Which

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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,

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03 Mar 2022

Saving Comedy in the TL

Having a landlord threaten eviction is no laughing matter. The comedians and owners of The SetUp in the Tenderloin (the TL) have been in a silent battle with their new landlord for months with no end in sight. They have been working every angle to try and resolve the issue

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25 Jan 2022

Can Austin Or Portland Replace San Francisco?

While I am the first person to scream San Francisco is dead, I’m also the first person to admit I’m a fucking idiot and I am absolutely an idiot. Will San Francisco ever live up to its own standards or our collective nostalgia? Probably not, but San Francisco is unique

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22 Dec 2021

Local Writers Honor the Life of SF Chronicle Cartoonist Don Asmussen

If you’ve cracked a copy of the San Francisco Chronicle in the last 20 years, you’ve probably been graced by the sharp wit of Don Asmussen.  Asmussen’s comics were featured in Time and The New Yorker before he was hired by the San Francisco Examiner editor Phil Bronstein in 1995.

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14 Dec 2021

Is Snapchat the future of organized crime?

Remember when Snapchat was just a dick pic delivery system?  Well, I’m here to tell you that times have changed. While Snapchat is still very much a sexting utopia, it has also proven to be the ideal place to coordinate smash-and-grab style robberies, at least according to police.  While Snapchat

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14 Dec 2021

Here’s Why Turning 30 Sucks

Growing old sucks. That’s not news to anyone, but no amount of sage advice can prepare you for the subtle ways your body reminds you that you’re going to die. I recently stumbled upon this revelation. Well, it wasn’t really a revelation. Elders have always warned the young that youth

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27 Aug 2021

The Punch Line’s Comedy All-Stars Brings the Talent Tonight & Tomorrow

  You hear people talk about “the stars aligning” like it’s some kind of magical rare event. But if you hang out at the Punch Line SF enough, the stars will align pretty regularly – the Comedy All-Stars, that is 😉 This weekend, you have four chances to check out

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