Gavin Newsom Decriminalized Jaywalking
Written By Habibi Bridges: Great news! Daddy Newsom has officially decriminalized what we’ve already been doing: jaywalking! While this virtually doesn’t change much, this is actually a good thing for vulnerable people living in low income neighborhoods where cops unfairly choose to enforce arbitrary laws at the expense of California’s
Is Sacramento Underrated?
The Bay Area and Sacramento have a complicated relationship. When people from the Bay fall on hard times, we often seek refuge in Sacramento. Then we complain about it. We say Sacramento is too hot, boring and that the city’s mostly flat topography doesn’t compare to the temperate weather and
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
Why A Sacramento Native Thinks San Francisco’s Food Scene Sucks
Written By: Maisey Dillion If unaffordable housing and homelessness aren’t enough, you can add wack food to San Francisco’s menu. Once you’ve made it to the most expensive city in America, making just above the poverty limit of 100k a year, you’d think you can finally afford a decent dinner
Why Bart Needs To Go To Sacramento And The Central Valley
The San Francisco Bay Area is a prohibitively expensive place to live. Everyone knows that. What people don’t know is that the Bay Area is no longer considered a singular region anymore. It’s now a part of the larger Northern California Mega Region. The higher the prices get the closer
Why Sacramento’s Mass Shooting Was A Wake Up Call
As the world begins to open back up and people begin to gather again, it’s only natural to feel optimistic. But this is America and our collective delusions won’t change reality. We’ve got a mass shooting problem, and as people resume their normal lives, the shootings will resume as well.
I’m Moving To San Francisco: Here’s How It Happened
I’ve written a lot of articles about San Francisco, but I’ve never written anything with the knowledge that I was going to be a resident of the City. It always felt too ambitious, too unrealistic and most of all… too expensive. But things changed, and I’ve signed a lease for an
The Nut Tree Just Turned 100 Years Old
Legendary rest stop and gloriously tacky amusement park The Nut Tree is indeed still around in Vacaville, and now celebrating its 100th birthday. Generations of northern Californians have known the Nut Tree as their halfway stop on I-80 between the Bay Area and Sacramento, and we remember its glory days
The 6 Greatest Bay Area Rappers Of All Time
This article, like all the other great articles written about black music and culture, is written by a white guy who doesn’t make music. In other words, my opinion is ABSOLUTE FACT AND IF YOU DISAGREE… YOU’RE WRONG! This article is also being written during the anniversary month of the