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Class Of 2020: Freddie Seipoldt—Singer Songwriter and Activist

When it came to curating this list, in the midst of a cultural upset, a global pandemic, and a civil war amongst the people—we were at a crossroads. How do we create a Class Of guide when the world seems to be falling apart every single day, how do we honor people and their achievements […]

Pointed Opinion: Business Closures Are A Direct Influence Of Little To No Community From The Neighborhood

Yes, you’ve read that title right. It’s our exact theory on why businesses close, especially in this time of pandemic where community support is so vital. Though on Bob Cut, we’re never one to write about businesses closures—It’s a sad, difficult, and draining process on everyone’s fronts. Though to inform the reader post-death, it feels […]

The Sound of Shelter in Place: Mill Valley’s Unanimous and Ominous “Howl”

With shelter in place orders stretching on for nearly two months now, our days have blurred together into a vast expanse of Zoom calls, screens, scrolling, and a grab-bag of hobbies that assist in passing the time. For most of us, time as a concept has shifted; 11am just might be a perfectly acceptable hour […]

All Booked Up: San Francisco Booksellers Recommend Quarantine Literature

Around our city, the country, the entire world, there is a resounding sadness: our old lives lay dormant in the before. For the luckiest of us, shelter in place has still been a massive pill to swallow, leaving even the most fervent introverts feeling bitter and nostalgic. Sadly, no amount of puzzles, banana bread, or […]

City Heroes: My SuperExtra Yoga Instructor

I have a weird relationship with yoga in the sense that I’m fully on board with a lot of it, yet I also mock it endlessly. I am game for the bendiness and acoustic Drake soundtrack. I love lemon verbena towels waved in my face with the lights out. I’d do dirty things for a […]

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