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From The Founder’s Desk: COVID-19 and Small Businesses in the Bay Area

It’s been a hard week. Amidst Google searches, breaking news, friends’ wanted (and sometimes unwanted) opinions, COVID-19 (or commonly Coronavirus) is on the minds and mouths of the Bay Area and the world alike.  I don’t write you this editor’s letter for clicks or traffic—a lot of businesses are using COVID-19 as a marketing ploy, […]

From The Shore: “Signal” on Display at Treasure Island

Upon the unveiling of our beautiful, new Bay Bridge in 2013—with its string lights and palm tree adornments – the skeleton of the old, decrepit bridge waited in the background. Comprised of tons upon tons of steel, the disassembling of the bridge inspired artists and designers from all over the state to step in and […]

Snapshots from a San Francisco Skateboarder: In Conversation with James Ferrando

James Ferrando and I first meet at a neighborhood cafe in the Richmond—a space filled with warm wood tones and soft leather couches. Well, we plan to meet there. He is easily recognizable by his long curly hair and the skateboard resting under the table, and he is situated by the window, looking out onto […]

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