Grimy vs. classy. Grit vs. finesse. Town vs. city. These are just a few of the labels that have been associated with the Oakland Raiders and the San Francisco 49ers. Continue Reading
In the market for drugs? You might want to think outside the box for this one.
It’s a Thursday night, and Eduardo Wagar is hanging out in the corner of the backyard patio at the Eagle bar in the SOMA district of San Francisco, nursing a Continue Reading
The hard reality of dating as a person of color in the gay community.
Story by Annie Gieser, Illustrations by Janett Perez Two loud bangs and a glance between my eleventh grade English teacher and me was all it took for my class of Continue Reading
Inside the crowded room were women dressed in leather and rugs made of sheep fur. Brooms were scattered in between tarot readers and tables topped with crystals, incense, and herbs. Continue Reading
The innocent look in their round, brown eyes attracts attention more than the colors that make them up. Their faces are veiled with a deliciously bright, cherry-red mask, and their Continue Reading
Picture this: You’re in a plane, coming back to San Francisco from a long trip. The plane lands at SFO and creates a huge tidal wave splash, equivalent to ten Continue Reading
For some, the daily experience of life isn’t exactly grand. The National Institute of Mental Health estimates that roughly one-fifth of people in the United States experience some kind of Continue Reading
The Wag Brigade is San Francisco Airport’s animal therapy program that helps ease the stress and anxiety of passengers.
It was clear skies in San Francisco’s Outer Sunset. Unusual for the neighborhood which is known for being socked in with fog. But the sun shone bright onto the intersection Continue Reading