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Womxn Are Tired Of Single-Use Plastic: How Sustainable Mindsets Will Rebuild Our Future Before There Is None

This year has been difficult, to say the least, and I think we could all use a beacon of hope in these dark times. To quote Ruth Bader Ginsburg, “[…]Women belong in all places where decisions are being made. It shouldn’t be that women are the exception.” With the passing of R.B.G, it is more evident […]

Cassava Launches Balboa Village Delivers with Eat Americana and Kio Ramen To Offer Free Restaurant Delivery Amid the Pandemic 

We’ve waxed on the following for some time: it’s a dire time for our city’s small business, particularly those that cut their teeth serving patrons local food we’ve come to love. Alas, we’re knee-deep in what many refer to as a “restaurant apocalypse,” help is a need in all manner of shapes and forms. Eateries […]

The New Wave Non-Profit: City Surf Project’s Founder Talks Positive Change Through Surfing

The good folks at City Surf Project have waxed creative yet again, and just in time for the holidays. With an honorable mission of bringing the art and sport of surfing to underserved districts of San Francisco’s youth, CSP ceaselessly works to fund their outings and reach a larger number of kids and teens. In […]

‘When They Go Low, We Go High’: Celebrate President’s Day By Being Presedential in the Bay Area

Celebrate President’s day by being, well, presidential—even if 45 adamantly won’t. For those of among us who are graced with healthy amounts of vacation days, President’s Day is welcomed by many as an excuse to enjoy a three day weekend. (But, for those of us in the editorial world, it just means the coffee shops […]

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