05 Sep 2023

Legendary LGBTQ Bar, the Stud, Reopening In San Francisco

San Francisco can be a heartbreaking place to be a business or a patron, but it’s not all doom and gloom; sometimes your favorite businesses come back to life, and in the case of the Stud, that is exactly what is happening.  During the Pandemic, the Stud lost its location

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23 Aug 2023

San Francisco Nonprofit Looks to Revive SoMa with Filipino Culture

The vacant storefronts along San Francisco’s South of Market Mission Street Corridor could soon be filled with more Filipino businesses, thanks to the nonprofit economic development and arts organization Kultivate Labs.

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27 Jan 2024

The San Francisco Beer Passport is Here!

Step into a world of adventure with the San Francisco Beer Passport. There’s no better way to explore San Francisco than to literally drink it in. This passport is amazing! Each one contains 27 coupons to buy one beer, get a second beer FREE at 27 of the finest locally

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24 Mar 2023

“Wine is For Everyone” at Female-Founded Wine Shop DECANTsf

I’ve always found the wine industry to be really intimidating. There are so many wine varieties, as well as seemingly so many rules – when to swirl and when not to swirl. So, when I found a wine bottle shop and bar where you feel OK being a newbie, I

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03 Mar 2023

A Taco Competition Supporting Women’s Rights: My Taco, My Choice

This coming Taco Tuesday, March 7th, there will be a chef taco competition featuring up to 12 women chefs from the Bay Area at Merkado in SOMA. The event is called “My Taco, My Choice” and it will benefit The National Latina Institute for Reproductive Justice. Competing chefs will create

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28 Dec 2022

What I Learned at an Active Shooter Workshop

“No guarantees,” said Deputy Chief Ken Craig throughout the evening. “You won’t know how you’re going to respond until it happens.” The ominous disclaimer hushed the room as one by one, we placed ourselves at the center of a worst-case scenario. What would you do if, on a night out

Jake Warren 0
05 Oct 2022

San Francisco’s Best and Worst Rebrands

Chicago stubbornly calls their landmark skyscraper Sears Tower, rejecting the Willis name. In Kansas City where I grew up, it’ll always be Sandstone Amphitheater. No matter where you’re from, you no doubt know somewhere/something special that now goes by a shittier name. San Francisco has plenty.  For instance, in an

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If only I had a public restroom!
31 Aug 2022

An End to Soiled San Francisco Sidewalks?

Between finding parking and finding an apartment in San Francisco ranks the undue stress of searching for a public restroom. The city has few truly public restrooms to begin with, and most of them close overnight. Few alternatives exist. Sooner or later you’re bound to find a hot, wet coil

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24 Aug 2022

Holy Cow Has Closed Down

Alas, San Francisco’s most famous bovine themed nightclub is no more. The giant pink cow, with a nipple ring in its utter, that’s been hanging outside of 1535 Folsom Street since 1987, has finally been retired. In its place will be a new club called Eve and from what I

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