This is the big day. As dawn broke Tuesday, California officially reopened…and poof, physical distancing, capacity restrictions and color-coded tier charts we’ve become begrudgingly used to just disappeared. As of now, state law no longer requires vaccinated people to wear masks in indoor public settings. But not everyone is stoked.
Wednesday marks the first debate of the primary season where candidates will not just be asked to take voters of color into consideration but to address them directly. Nevada, where the first truly diverse caucus will be held Saturday, is comprised of about 29 percent Latinos, as reflected by the
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
Black Rock City, NV The new ephemeral architecture of Burning Man Published by Real Paper Books, Black Rock City, NV, showcases the vernacular architecture of Burning Man. Filled with 200 color photographs by author Philippe Glade, this hardcover book explores the broad diversity of dwellings built to accommodate precarious living
I tense up as the tall gray-haired man wearing grandpa glasses yells to grab our attention and then stands a little too close for comfort. I was with 3 other women outside a Starbucks in Reno wearing Hillary Clinton t-shirts as we got ready to knocks on doors and talk to voters. Outside of my Bay Area bubble, I realize I’m assuming random people (well, white men at least) are Trump supporters until they prove otherwise.
Women’s travel: Ok, we hate to be the ones to tell you, but going out-of-town for a bachelorette break can never be cheap cheap. There’s transport and accommodation to book. There are L-plates/wacky wedding veils to be bought (and, regretfully, worn). There are shots to be drunk. Many shots.