By Patricia Mott Shortly before the pandemic hit San Francisco, in March of 2020, my bandmates and I had showed up early to a gig we were playing. We loaded our equipment into The Knockout, one of our favorite local hang outs, and met up with a couple of staff
That’s a pretty striking headline isn’t it? I saw this info on the new publication Public Comment and had to share it. You should check them out. The moral of the story though is that Americans are stupid and selfish and we keep doing idiotic things and then wonder why
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As the Covid-19 pandemic continues to decimate our country, small businesses and restaurants are taking the brunt of the devastation. Well, other than the 300,000 lives lost to the virus. Over 110,000 restaurants have closed either permanently or long-term since the health crisis began and with indoor dining shutting down
Ask a Tenants Right’s Lawyer is your chance to learn how to survive as a renter in San Francisco. Attorney Daniel Wayne has a lot of the information you need to keep you in your home. This week’s topic: you guessed it – Covid-19 for renters. Got a question? Send
New Lockdown order predicted to go into effect as early as next week. Also next week, hundreds of thousand of Pfizer vaccines will arrive in CA.
This should not come as a big surprise to anyone, but San Francisco now joins most of the rest of California in the curfew club. Starting on Monday, November 30th, San Franciscans who aren’t providing an essential service will have to stay in their homes from 10pm to 5am. This
On Friday, the State of California launched the California Rebuilding Fund to help keep small businesses afloat during this awful pandemic. Nearly 4 million small businesses need access to money now that the federal relief is running out and Snitch McConnell is holding up the next stimulus bill in Congress.
On Friday Berkeleyside reported that Golden Gate Fields, home of the legendary Dollar Day, has had a serious COVID-19 outbreak. Despite being closed to the public due to the pandemic, races are still happening onsite and the staff of roughly 500 people is still working. Of those people around 200