San Francisco

17 Sep 2020

Dope Outdoor Art Walks & Eats in San Francisco

I know that the air is unhealthy, the pandemic is deadly, and the only thing we’re missing seems to be the streets turning to lava.  But it’s fall in San Francisco goddammit, that’s OUR summertime, that’s outdoor beer and wine, that’s renegade parties in the park, that’s making several Halloween

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17 Sep 2020

Two SF Natives Doing Big Things with a Small Record Shop

“I was at Monterey Pop. I was also at the very first Monterey Jazz Festival in 1958. There’s a photograph in the Chronicle with a woman with a baby in a stroller August, 1958. And that’s me. My ex in-laws helped Bill Graham to start a lot of the early things to do with the Fillmore and Winter Land…

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18 Feb 2020

The Delicious Card: Rad Deals at 30+ SF Restaurants

I am extremely excited to announce the release of The Delicious Card! Delicious cardholders get awesome deals at over 30 of your favorite SF eateries! Membership is a great way to explore new places, support local businesses, and support local journalism.

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27 Aug 2020

A Map of SF’s New Parklets

There are new parklets springing up all over the city this summer.  Small businesses from restaurants to art galleries are putting up seating areas outside in order to more safely serve the public. For general information about how to erect a parklet safely, and who to contact ect, check out

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26 Aug 2020

SF Supes Extend Covid-19 Worker, Renter Protections

Guest post by Wesley Wells We’re sitting through the San Francisco Board of Supervisors meetings and breaking them down for you so you don’t have to! Here’s the mini minutes for the Board of Supervisors held Tuesday, August 25, 2020. Full minutes are available right here. Video and transcript are

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13 Aug 2020

Slim’s to be Replaced by ‘YOLO’ Nightclub Douchefest

For over 30 years Slim’s hosted live music from every genre in San Francisco.  Punk, rock, R&B, to blues, jazz, folk, and rap performers played this SOMA institution.  It shut forever in March.  And now, perhaps as a sign of the times, Slim’s was bought by San Jose club owners

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12 Aug 2020

Kristin Urquiza Launches National Day of Action and Vigil to ‘Marked by COVID’ and Failed by Politicians

Thursday would have been Mark Anthony Urquiza’s 66th birthday, but he will not be there to celebrate. Instead, his daughter Kristin Urquiza is holding a vigil and ofrenda in his honor in seven cities across six different states. While the events will celebrate the man, they will also serve as

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18 Jun 2020

Christopher Columbus Statue Finally Removed From Coit Tower

The Christopher Columbus statue at the foot of Coit Tower was removed from Telegraph Hill last night by the authority of the SF Arts Commission. This isn’t really a surprise, considering the statue has been continuously vandalized over the years. In fact there are at least two recent petitions to

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17 Jun 2020

Mountain Lion in Russian Hill + Big Cat Safety Guide

According to an eye witness who filmed the Mountain Lion, the big cat was cruising Russian Hill at 12:30 am on Tuesday. At around 12:30 am I spotted a mountain lion roaming the streets of Russian Hill. I followed from inside my car and lost visual contact near intersection of

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