San Francisco

17 May 2022

Why The Mission District is Special

Conventional wisdom tells us that cities are defined by their neighborhoods, but can one neighborhood encompass the soul of an entire city? Each section of San Francisco is known for something. Chinatown is known for its Chinese history and tourist friendly boutiques, the Castro is known as being an epicenter

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16 May 2022

The Highest Rated Cheap Eats in San Francisco

With the advent of Big Data, it’s easier than ever to quantify what people like around the globe. And when it comes to food—particularly easy, cheap eats—Americans have very specific opinions. Dining brands in U.S. have a long and storied history, and whether they’re fast food, fast-casual, high-end, or super

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08 Nov 2021

How to Get $300+ Worth of Free Stuff at Rad Bay Area Restaurants

I am extremely excited to announce the release of The Delicious Card! Delicious cardholders get awesome deals at over 37 delectable Bay Area eateries! Membership is a great way to explore new places, support local businesses, AND support local journalism. And all you gotta do is join the Broke-Ass Stuart Patreon for $10

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13 May 2022

We Found SF’s Hidden Ball Pit & Indoor Swing

During the height of the pandemic, we all had to hit pause on any amount of fun for a moment while we sat inside waiting for the world to reset. The toll that took on us was huge. Since then, I’ve been bopping around the Bay Area finding the places

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11 May 2022

Love For This Club: A New Queer Collaborative Takes Off

Queer DJ collaborative Club Pansy was born in a San Francisco basement not long after the pandemic began. In March 2020, friends and roommates @aunteesam (Sam Pierce) and Andrew Sieving (@andrewsandiego) passed the indefinite lockdown learning to DJ their favorite styles of dance music. Together the pair invested in controllers,

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11 May 2022

CAAMFest Turns 40!

For its 40th CAAMFest, the Center for Asian American Media has brought some intriguing films for this milestone film festival.  This year’s festival, which runs from May 12-22, 2022, will offer among other films: a SXSW Award-winning documentary set in the middle of red America; a horror comedy set in

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10 May 2022

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

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08 May 2022

SF Launches Program to Connect Folks with Mental Health Disorders to Services

San Francisco officials announced Friday the launch of the Office of Coordinated Care, as part of the city’s expansion of behavioral mental health resources. The new office will assign case managers to people who are disconnected from behavioral health services, or who are making transitions in care from one setting

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06 May 2022

The Artist Behind San Francisco’s Hidden Mosaic Staircases: Revealed

As a local, I’m sure you’ve had many a touristy friends ask you what locals-only hidden gems are worth seeing in SF. For me, I always suggest finding some of San Francisco’s not so hidden – hidden stairs. Their bright cheerful colors always brings a smile to your face and

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