COVID-19

30 Mar 2020

Bay Area Curve Stays Flattened, UCSF ER Stays Quiet

As confirmed cases of COVID-19 surge in other cities in the US, the Bay Area is experiencing an incredibly low rate of new cases by comparison.  For example, as of March 30th, New York City has 33,768 confirmed COVID-19 cases while San Francisco has 340 confirmed cases. John Hopkins University

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30 Mar 2020

Kill Your Ego Before It Kills Someone Else

by Hannah Harkness Hey there, you down in the dark! Thank you for taking the time from your long fictional sports conversation with the stick figure you painted on the wall of your rented apartment to read my article. Personally, I’ve been in a basement room of my apartment I

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18 Feb 2020

The Delicious Card: Rad Deals at 30+ SF Restaurants

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.

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30 Mar 2020

How to Survive the Brutal, Doomed Horniness of Quarantining Single

by Laurie Riihimaki Quarantine in these times is necessary, and it actually seemed like a pretty fun idea at first. The introvert in all of us was screaming for joy when we were told to stay home and social distance from the rest of the world. In theory, this means

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30 Mar 2020

Notable Last Words I’m Thinking About for Some Reason

by Xan Holbrook Well, this is all a bit depressing, isn’t it? All snarking about being naturally introverted coming into its own aside, it really does feel as though Mother Gaia has had just about enough of our bullshit and does not care who in all of holy fuck she

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27 Mar 2020

Cheer On Healthcare Workers From Your Doorstep Tonight

Yesterday my birthday twin, Silvi from The Poetry Store, sent this my way and I just had to share it with you because it’s awesome. Tonight (Friday 3/27) at 7pm San Franciscans will be standing at their front doors or windows cheering for the healthcare workers who are risking their

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25 Mar 2020

Here Are Some Free Resources To Care For Your Mental Health

These are trying times. The shelter-in-place order and quarantines related to COVID-19 have turned normal life upside down. Between the financial stress and inability to visit with loved ones, people are likely to experience some elevated stress and mental health issues. There are enjoyable ways people can help mitigate stress

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25 Mar 2020

A global pandemic? In this economy?

By Ian Firstenberg The early stages of the coronavirus pandemic have shown us how crucial a robust guarantee of health justice is for workers.  As the coronavirus spread from a crisis to a pandemic, countries began taking unprecedented steps to quell a burgeoning disaster and hopefully lower a sizable death

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23 Mar 2020

Why Does It Take Tragedy To Make Us Good to People?

by Laurie Riihimaki I’m not going to sit here and say that the Coronavirus is a good thing. It’s not. It’s destroying the lives of many, pushing fear and anxiety onto millions of people around the world, and introducing us to a life of uncertainty. But, I will say that

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