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14 Jun 2021

Uber And Lyft Suddenly Crazy Expensive. Here Are Alternatives

Friday night I paid $56 for a Lyft ride of just 4 miles, and waited 20 minutes for the privilege. Uber and Lyft suddenly got way more expensive in the Bay Area this weekend, reflecting a national trend of rideshare app trips suddenly costing a shit ton more money with

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03 Feb 2021

SF May Take On Lyft With A City-Owned Bikeshare Program

Bikeshares in urban areas can be a great thing — but not when they’re run by Lyft or the Ford Motor Company, when they catch on fire mid-ride, or when the company running them sues San Francisco for threatening their monopoly status. But that’s what we have right now with

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18 Jan 2021

The 100 Best Cheap Eats in the Bay Area

This list of great places to eat in the Bay Area will leave you smiling and probably drooling. All these joints are incredibly well priced, locally owned, delicious, and serving takeout in 2021. You can get something delicious, that will also fill you up, at all these eateries for under

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03 Nov 2020

Reduce Election Day Anxiety With Free and Discounted ‘I Voted’ Sticker Swag

Everybody loves that “I Voted” sticker, and we’d be lying if we said it was solely because people take such pride in casting ballots. Of course, that comes first. But we can’t deny the love of free and discounted swag that comes along with that proof of civic participation.  Though

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14 Oct 2020

Drivers To Rally Against Prop. 22 As Uber’s Fake ‘Feel The Bern’ Flyers Hit Mailboxes

It hasn’t been a good week for Uber, Lyft, DoorDash and their shady political campaign for their terrible proposed law Prop. 22. First the New York Times came out against Prop. 22 in an editorial read across the nation. Then on Monday, SFGate busted them for fake “progressive” mailers calling

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02 Oct 2020

Prop 22 is a Terrible Law That Completely Undermines Gig Workers’ Rights

Monday Oct 5th is the start of early voting in California, and the mail-out date for ballots, so its time to start educating yourself on the twelve state ballot initiatives. One huge thing to keep in mind is just how much corporate interests have hijacked the ballot initiative process in

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08 Sep 2020

Uber Takes Heat for ‘Hypocritical’ Fake-Woke Billboard

The latest performative corporate wokeness charade comes from the gig economy exploitation robber-barons at Uber, who put some version of this billboard in Oakland and 12 other U.S. cities, claiming, “If you tolerate racism, delete Uber.” That’s odd, considering that Uber gladly tolerates their own racist algorithm that charges higher

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05 Aug 2020

Jackie Fielder Blows Away Scott Wiener in Grassroots Support for D11 Senate Race

By Ian Firstenberg In the race for California Senate District 11, challenger Jackie Fielder beat out incumbent Scott Wiener in small dollar local donations during the pandemic months, highlighting the candidate’s grassroots support.  According to recent finance reports, Fielder collected roughly $215,000 between February and June, compared to Wiener’s $265,000

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07 May 2020

UC Study Shows Awful Treatment of SF Gig-Workers by Employers During Pandemic

In a study conducted by researchers at UC Santa Cruz, which included in-person interviews with hundreds of San Francisco gig-workers beginning in February, followed up by several more surveys with gig-workers through the pandemic ‘shelter in place’ order, reveals an incredible view of our ‘essential workers’ during a pandemic. The

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