13 Feb 2023

Former Hemlock Tavern Now “Cutting-Edge New Private Event Space”

Sigh…I mean, I guess we shouldn’t be surprised when these tings happen anymore, but it’s just such a bummer. Hemlock Tavern was one of the best dive bars in San Francisco. The drinks were cheap, the crowd was cute, loud up-and-coming bands played in the backroom, and they sold delicious

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11 Oct 2022

A High End Restaurant For Dogs Has Opened In The Mission…

Written By: Habibi Bridges Just when I thought that San Francisco couldn’t get any worse, I have now discovered a new low for this city. With some of the worst income disparity in the world combined with a severe homelessness problem, we also have another epidemic: rich dog people. I’ve

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15 Feb 2023

The 2023 SF Wine Passport is Here!

Step into a world of adventure with the 2023 SF Wine Passport! There’s no better way to explore San Francisco than to literally drink it in. You get 2-for-1 glasses of wine at 23 of SF’s finest locally owned bars and restaurants for only $39.95! It honestly doesn’t get much better than that. And after the

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16 Aug 2022

Gentrification, Identity and Activism as an Asian Woman in San Francisco

Written by Stef Che Where I live doesn’t define who I am nor does it define the person I can be. With gentrification, many are being forced to leave home and relocate to places they’ve never been to, or face the complications and desperation that comes with a life on

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02 Aug 2022

Club Deluxe Is Closing

  San Francisco appears to be losing another beloved art space. This time it’s Club Deluxe. Cathy Lemons, a local San Francisco musician, reposted a status update by the owner of Club Deluxe, Sarah Wilde, as well a call to action for artists and local news media to get San

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23 Mar 2022

Ode to The Doughnut Shop

Given the infestation of corporate coffee shops, the browbeaten drifters have begrudgingly relocated. Sickened by the whine of the latest pop culture commodities, and spooked by the mechanical scripts of corporate serfs, we yearn for the aging coffee shacks of yore, the ones that were only grotesque in their literality.

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22 Mar 2022

What Bo Burnham’s “Inside” Made Me Realize About Life In The Bay Area

Written By: Aaron T. Mellieon Bo Burnham’s “Inside” was an existential masterpiece that perfectly illustrated the shared pains of the millennial experience. His special reflected what many of our generation, and people in general were feeling during the pandemic.  Towards the end of the special, Bo starts to lose his

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08 Mar 2022

Why Is The Salesforce Tower So Hated?

I’m 30 years old. I wasted a lot of my 20s on resentment, but I don’t want to live the rest of my life with a perpetual chip on my shoulder. As a result of that, I’ve been examining the things I dislike, and why I dislike them.  One of

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27 Sep 2021

Oakland Maker Space American Steel Sold To Seemingly Horrible New Corporate Owners

When it was established in 2006, the West Oakland maker space American Steel served as an art gallery and studio for large-scale industrial works, like giant Tesla coils and 20-foot tall metal sculptures. But when the place sold in 2016 for $29 million, many of the artists left because of

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