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San Francisco elects first black female mayor

All it takes is one woman to bust down the door for others to follow in her footsteps, and in San Francisco, London Breed did just that. 183 more words

The Inspired Life

Shaken in San Francisco

I worked for two years in San Francisco as a stringer for a News Agency from Spain. A friend of mine let me stay at her family house for a while. 380 more words


First Day of San Francisco Refugee Food Festival

In honor of World Refugee Day, June 20, San Francisco this week is hosting the Refugee Food Festival.

The festival kicks off today in one of Anthony Bourdain’s favorite San Francisco restaurants, the Hog Island Oyster Company in the Ferry Building. 45 more words


124.) Wed Apr. 5, 2017

Originally Published on Apr. 5, 2017

2017 Rock and Roll Hall of Fame Inductees Week

The Song of the Day is:

Journey – “Don’t Stop Believin'” 176 more words

Song Of The Day


The bartender wears a white jacket and bow tie as he sets my IPA on a linen coaster. The bar is solid wood and the varnish is so thick it would probably repel a meteorite, and certainly the skull of any smart-mouth drunk who might get wise with a bartender. 275 more words

Work Life

The Mission’s Best Mexican and Latin American Restaurants

Although the Mission District may be losing its Latino residents — according to the San Francisco Chronicle quoting a 2017 City report, since 2000 the Latino population of the neighborhood has decreased from 33 percent to 15 percent — the neighborhood is still the culinary heart of San Francisco’s diverse Latin American community. 128 more words

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