Whole Foods Market has instituted a policy that sees all employees having their temperatures taken before they start their shifts. If employees have a temperature higher than 100.4 degrees, they are asked to go home. Grocery store employees are also asked to wear masks throughout there shifts. A grocer who
We did the homework. The food & drinks that taste the same, have the same ingredients, but cost way less at TJ’s than at Whole Foods, Safeway or Costco.
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These Safeway Monopoly cards are the Glengarry leads. To you, they’re gold. But does anyone ever win so much as a 99-cent box of macaroni & cheese playing Safeway Monopoly? I’ve seen a lot of card-collecting and not much winning in the years that this highly complicated grocery store game
OFF MENU IS SPONSORED BY EMPEROR NORTON’S BOOZELAND THE TENDERLOIN’S NEWEST HISTORIC DIVE. HAPPY HOUR NOON – 7PM SECOND ANNUAL SURVIVING THANKSGIVING IN SF ON A $30 BUDGET In last year’s Thanksgiving in SF on a $30 Budget, I showed you how you could create a traditional Thanksgiving dinner for you and your friends
It’s your first Thanksgiving away from your family. You’re one of the few people that stayed behind in the city. Because of this, most of us have handselected our own non-nuclear family consisting of voluntarily insane friends. But while we don’t crave the tradition of being grilled by our family members
“Your wedding is in Vallejo, on a Sunday, and in November? Aren’t you afraid of gun shots, work schedules, cold and rain?” In order to abide by the rules of a broke-ass wedding, throw away any ideas of what you want your wedding to be like. Because in California, the
Perhaps you’ve already experienced the new Fastrak-only agenda while crossing the Golden Gate Bridge. Perhaps you haven’t. Either way, I feel it’s important to discuss the ramifications of this new non-option when crossing the bridge, even if it’s for no other reason than to warn you that it’s a huge
It was a typical Monday morning. My two-year-old son and I were on our way to the Safeway about a mile from our home with our BOB stroller. Thirty minutes and ninety dollars later we headed home with a gallon of milk, and three bags full of groceries. As I