San Francisco

07 Dec 2021

Delicious Kitchen Story/Sweet Maple Opening 5 New Locations in Bay Area

Kitchen Story’s brunch is pretty delicious, full stop.  It’s got unique twists on all the American brunch classics, often with Korean infusions, sometimes with French flair, and despite a hard couple years for the industry, the owner of Sweet Maple in Lower Pac Heights and Kitchen Story in the Castro,

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01 Dec 2021

Anarcho-Curious? Bound Together Bookstore Sees “Record Sales”

Anarchism means different things to different people. For some, it’s synonymous with chaos. For others, it’s a compelling alternative to structural hierarchies. Either way, it’s a loaded term, resistant to tidy definitions and often crudely portrayed. Generally, though, anarchism is anti-capitalist, as it opposes “exploitation of man by man” and

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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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29 Oct 2021

The Many Similarities Between San Francisco and New York City

If you’ve ever spent a significant amount of time in San Francisco, CA, and New York City, NY, you may have noticed a large amount of eerie similarities. What makes these two cities, about as far away from each other as they could get in the contiguous United States, so

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26 Oct 2021

Dave Chappelle to Perform at Chase Center. This Should be Interesting.

Dave Chappelle has complained about “cancel culture” disrupting the rollout of his “Untitled” documentary, but at least one venue in San Francisco has agreed to host a screening and live performance.  According to a press release shared Friday, the Chase Center will screen the film and host the comedian for

28 Sep 2021

SF State Armed Violence Threat Seemingly Resolved After Person Detained

San Francisco State University will reopen Wednesday for in-person classes now that a person of interest has been arrested in connection with an armed violence threat that shut the school down Tuesday. According to university officials, a “a non-specific violent threat” was posted on social media. Students who saw the

12 Aug 2021

SF To Become 1st US City to Require Full Vaccination for Many Indoor Activities

Updated 11:05am 8/12/2021  It’s been coming for a while, but after many businesses (including big tech’s Facebook, Google, Lyft, Uber, Twitter) mandated vaccination for returning workers, and most San Francisco bars independently requiring proof of vaccination or a negative test with 72 hours upon entry, the Mayor’s Office is expected

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05 Aug 2021

SF’s Newest Park was Originally built by prisoners from Alcatraz : A History of Black Point Gardens

It’s not everyday that our little peninsula gets a new piece of public land, but for the last four years the Parks Conservancy, the National Park Service, and a team of volunteers, have been restoring the gardens, walkways, stairs, and terraces of The Historic Black Point Gardens. The Black Point

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29 Jul 2021

SF is Averaging More COVID Cases this Summer than Last Summer

When we compare the average new cases of COVID 19 in San Francisco this July (2021) versus July last year (2020), we see that new daily cases have increased this summer.

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