Bird, one of the e-scooter companies that were kicked of San Francisco last year for dumping thousands of scooters on SF streets without permission, are slowly sneaking back into the city. Despite not having permission, they’ve started renting their scooters (by the month) to SF residents (instead of by the
We know that Notre Dame burned down, we know that our President is still Donald Trump, but they’ve finally gone too far. According to sources inside City Hall…San Francisco will ‘modestly expand the number of rental e-scooters allowed on city streets with an option to eventually double the total number
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.
In 2018 it became impossible to ignore that Salesforce not only bought a massive portion of our downtown, but also forever altered our city’s skyline. Now every time I look at that glowing, corporate spike in the sky, (which is visible from nearly everywhere in the city now) I just think of all the empty storefronts bellow it
Like any good citizen, you want to dispose of your e-scooters quickly and safely, but you also want to be friendly to the environment. So what do you do? Well, you follow our handy, socially conscious, complete guide to properly disposing e-scooters. How to Recycle your E-scooter Gf just texted