What Channel is Newsmax on Spectrum?

Media and news channels have seen a sudden growth with time. While channels like FOX News, CNN, ABC News, and CBS News have dominated the market and faced a mixed number of opinions from a different mindset, Newsmax still got successful to get a place in American households. Starting its broadcasting through Direct TV and […]

San Francisco To Spend Millions On Safe Sleeping Sites But Not Actual Housing

In what seems to be a backwards way of approaching the seemingly chaotic homeless epidemic of San Francisco, the San Francisco Board of Supervisors are currently considering spending hundreds of millions of dollars to have homeless people sleep in tents on city property, it’s an expansion of the so-called ‘safe sleeping sites’. “The pandemic has […]

Muuse Bringing Reusable to the Forefront of Sustainability

Four independent San Francisco coffee shops are the testing ground for the effort, which is ostensibly intended to reduce single-use packaging waste. Muuse, a coffee cup tech start-up, launches their app and reusable cup program around San Francisco. There has been an unspoken nuance of coffee culture for San Francisco and ultimately the Bay Area […]

Fresh Feasts and OG Offerings: January’s Best New Bay Area RestaurantsAnd Old-School Options to Check Out

Like I promised earlier, I’m serving you a monthly round-up of the most worthwhile new eatery and watering hole openings in the Bay Area, recommended alongside some tried-and-true mainstays that are not to be forgotten nor overlooked. Here are my January picks of new (and old) dining and drinking destinations, ones where you can sink […]

She’s Coming 2020: Oaklandite Kamala Harris Announces Her Race For Presidency

As more women enter the 2020 race, another prospect has entered the ring—Oakland’s own Kamala Harris. Born in Oakland and served as the district attorney of San Francisco from 2004 until 2010—Harris has thrown in her name for the seated position of President of the United States of America 2020. To those who found out, […]

Off The Menu: Shake Shack Fanatics, This Is For You

The beloved burgers and frozen custards are coming to the South Bay—with an exclusive local twist. In anticipation of the opening of their first Northern California location, which will be at the Stanford Shopping Center, Shake Shack will open its doors with exclusive menu items. First up, the Golden State Double. The burger is in […]

Local Companies Supporting the Camp Fire Relief Efforts

It’s normal to feel completely helpless when you see communities ravaged by disaster. The fires in Butte County have been the most devastating in California history. The death toll continues to rise and over 1,000 are missing. If all we have to deal with down in the Bay Area is smoke, we can put on […]

Breathe Carefully Bay Area, The Air Quality Is Going To Get Worse

Due to a campfire off the heels of East Bay—the Bay Area is covered in a layer of smoke. Cal Fire reports that the Camp Fire in Butte County, roughly 160 miles northwest of San Francisco, that started at around 6:30 a.m. Thursday has grown to a size of at least 8,000 acres and promoted evacuations […]

The Eye of Sauron Coming To The Salesforce Tower? Petition Demands It

And realistically, it’s a great idea. “Turn Salesforce Tower into Eye Of Sauron on Hallowe’en night” says the petition that has over 3,000 signatures as of Sunday afternoon. It even yielded a response from Salesforce CEO Marc Benioff himself. The LED display atop San Francisco’s tallest tower—which according to SF-based artist Jim Campell projects light inward toward […]

Heads Up Gang: Caltrain is Closing Weekends For The Rest of 2018

Yes, this is real. For our South Bay weekend-commuters, we’ve got some pretty annoying news but in 2019, Caltrain plans to make it up to you. Beginning October 6 there will be no Caltrain service at either of the San Francisco stations on Saturdays and Sundays. Bayshore Station will be the rail line’s northernmost weekend drop off […]

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