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Rags to Vintage Riches: How I Watched My Favorite Small Shop Evolve

Welcome to the new age of fashion, where millennials and Gen Z alike are shunning fast fashion and opting more and more for vintage styles and thrifted looks. Luckily, the Bay is a hub for high-quality, carefully curated vintage clothing from Haight all the way to Hayward. But there’s a side of vintage we as […]

#SaveSmall: Church Barber Launches New Pomades And Wearables As Shop Closes For Shelter-in-Place

Welcome to this small column produced by the Bob Cut intern staff. We posted to our social media giving brands, artists, and small business free space to promote whatever they need in a time where the federal government and the local levels won’t offer relief though expecting small businesses to close. So enjoy the promotions […]

Independent Organization in Oakland Needs Support To Help Struggling Businesses Build ‘Lifeline’ Parklets

Parklets aren’t cheap — by any stretch of the imagination. Many in the Bay Area, even before factoring in the cost of permit fees, can cost upwards of $10,000. But in a time marked by social distancing and rising COVID-19 cases (that are linked toward indoor activities), they’ve become essential for businesses to build, should […]

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, […]

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