Walmart is the gift that keeps on giving…reasons not to shop there. Look, squirrel! The discount retail behemoth would like you to turn your attention to their super early Black Friday sales, renewed commitment to American jobs, stock performance…anything to keep conscious consumers from pulling back the curtain on today’s
A former San Leandro police officer hoped the court would dismiss voluntary manslaughter charges against him for fatally shooting a man in April 2020, but a judge Tuesday was not inclined to let him off the hook so easily. On April 18, 2020, Jason Fletcher was the first officer to
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When I was running for mayor of SF I went to the US Conference of Mayors to try and stir things up. I failed at that, but I did get to see some important people speak including Barrack Obama and Nancy Pelosi. A funny thing happened when Pelosi spoke though.
Being broke is a pandemic that not only affects people like us, team. Businesses, particularly in large, progressive cities like New York also perpetuate a sense of ‘broke-ness’. It is essential to be able to recognize a broke ass business before it’s too late. Having the ability to recognize when
“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
Do you ever wonder what happens behind the curtain before you actually enjoy the food you purchase? The Center for Urban Education about Sustainable Agriculture, or CUESA, will be serving as host to an interesting discussion on what happens behind the scenes of the corporate food system. Tracie McMillan, author
One of the most frightening shopping-related mistakes one can make, I’d imagine, would be accidentally stepping into a strip mall on Black Friday. It would be a feeling similar to what those lone survivors must feel in zombie films when they open the wrong door and find themselves starting directly