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Why Are We Settling For Jobs But Not For Love?

Stephanie Lager | Posted 09.08.2016 | Healthy Living
Stephanie Lager

If job searching and love searching are so similar in form and practice these days, maybe the employment seeking world should take some cues from the love one and stop settling for just a half like. Cause what's the point of that?

These 12 Breathtaking Road Trips From San Francisco Prove The Journey Is The Reward

Alexa Sachs | Posted 10.03.2016 | Travel

Life in the city is often a life of fast. Fast food, fast delivery, fast Wi-Fi ― we city dwellers expect instant gratification in just about every a...

It's An Accessible Life: My 24-Hour Journey

Sally Swanson | Posted 09.06.2016 | Healthy Living
Sally Swanson

I have seen the future and it has everything to do with Universal Design and Wayfinding, or, in other words: accessibility for the masses. Coming bac...

30 Megacity Mayors Call Upon G20 for a Climate Safe World

Anne Hidalgo | Posted 09.06.2016 | World
Anne Hidalgo

As the G20 Summit meets in Hangzhou this week, we, mayors of the major cities within the G20, call on our national leaders to work with us to build a ...

AYFKM, Silicon Valley?

Edward Yaeger | Posted 09.02.2016 | San Francisco
Edward Yaeger

Wow, Silicon Valley, you might just be the worst. Land of opportunity. Idealized climate. Stanford University. Home to Google, Facebook, Apple, et al....

Five Can't Miss Things To Enjoy in San Francisco

Billy Kolber | Posted 09.02.2016 | Queer Voices
Billy Kolber

The end of summer can be such a melancholy time. The back-to-work blues kick in as we long for more late-night pool parties and cook outs. Except for San Francisco, where the summer months are foggy and freezing and we all can't wait for the dawn of a new autumn. Well, lucky us, because summer is over, and now the real party begins!

I Endorse Jane Kim for State Senate

Juanita MORE! | Posted 08.31.2016 | Politics
Juanita MORE!

Jane was also the first Supervisor to stand with the black and brown lives movements in San Francisco, while Scott's loyalties laid with Mayor Ed Lee and the rest of his pocketed establishment. The SFPD needs greater transparency and placing more police in our neighborhoods is not the answer.

A Photographer Captured Homeless Men And Women As They Dream To Be Seen

The Huffington Post | Katherine Brooks | Posted 08.31.2016 | Arts

When Romanian photographer Horia Manolache first came to San Francisco, the first thing he noticed was the city’s significant homeless population. R...

Oakland Recycling Center Closes, Exposes How America Treats The Homeless

Katie Tandy | Posted 08.26.2016 | San Francisco
Katie Tandy

At first glance, the Alliance Recycling Center is at best a nuisance, at worst a nexus for crime, drug use, and squalor. When examined more closely, however, Alliance serves as the lifeblood--the only viable source of income--for more than 400 homeless (and marginally housed) folks.

How Kendall Wilkinson Merges Music And Art With Interior Design

Morena Duwe | Posted 08.26.2016 | Arts
Morena Duwe

Divine designer and textile enthusiast, Kendall Wilkinson, has spent the last 25 years of her life dedicating herself to interior design. Her business...

Big Soda Spends Millions On 'Unethical' San Francisco Area Ads Fighting Drink Taxes

The Huffington Post | Michael McLaughlin | Posted 08.24.2016 | Politics

SAN FRANCISCO — The beverage industry is spending millions to fight Bay Area proposals that would tax sugary drinks. Meanwhile, vastly outspent supp...

'California Dreamer' Jazz Master Vibraphone Virtuoso Bobby Hutcherson Passes Away at 75

ZEALnyc | Posted 08.22.2016 | Arts

By Dan Ouellette, ZEALnyc Senior Editor, August 22, 2016 The jazz world lost a legend on Monday, August 15th when 75-year-old vibraphonist Bobby Hutc...

How To Travel Across The Country On $450 Per Week

Thomas Kuegler | Posted 08.22.2016 | Travel
Thomas Kuegler

Here's the good news: I didn't spend more than $35 per night on any of my Airbnb stays. In fact, many people have dorm room setups in their homes with four bunk beds per room. One person I stayed with had four rooms with four beds and he charged me $22 per night.

San Francisco's Tech Community Teams Up To Hack Cancer

Rachel Wolfson | Posted 08.18.2016 | San Francisco
Rachel Wolfson

From growth hacking to everyday life hacks, hacking essentially means finding unique and clever ways to solve a meaningful problem. And while hacking goes a long way in the world of tech, Silicon Valley's tech community is now focused on hacking an even larger problem -- cancer.

Small Story, Big Point

Ellie Newman | Posted 08.16.2016 | Women
Ellie Newman

We like and want different things. We live in the world very differently, and how we experience the world is not the same. So, honor what you prefer, respect the preferences of others and speak up.

Street Performing Up The West Coast

Meghan McDonald | Posted 08.10.2016 | Arts
Meghan McDonald

By far, the longest (and most eventful) leg of my Busk Across America trip was street performing up the West Coast through California, Oregon and Washington.

10 Reasons Why We Keep Going Back To Outside Lands

The Huffington Post | Mollie Reilly | Posted 08.10.2016 | Entertainment

Roughly 200,000 music fans flocked to San Francisco’s Golden Gate Park last weekend for the 9th annual Outside Lands Music & Arts Festival, headline...

Pokémon NO: 3 Reasons Why You Should Never Play Pokémon GO

Rachel Wolfson | Posted 08.09.2016 | Technology
Rachel Wolfson

"The horror, the horror," is a phrase that could also be used to describe society's new obsession with Pokémon GO. The location-based augmented reality game for iOS and Android devices has caused quite a stir since its release in July 2016.

The True Heart Of The Mobile Digital Art Movement

Adam James Butcher | Posted 08.03.2016 | Arts
Adam James Butcher

The first digital machines were somewhat clumsy as fine art tools. The transformations have been astonishing since the first enormous and very stationary computing machines.

The Moral Bucket List And How To Land One: Basketball As Guide To A Life Well Lived

Kimberly Connor | Posted 08.02.2016 | Education
Kimberly Connor

In reflecting on life in a recent essay, New York Times columnist David Brooks observed that we characterize ourselves by two types of virtues, resume...

An Invitation To Dance

Reverend Dr. Malcolm Clemens Young | Posted 08.02.2016 | Religion
Reverend Dr. Malcolm Clemens Young

When I was a little boy, I did not know the difference between white people and black people -- and neither did you. Can we grow closer to that child of God we once were? Can we begin again to experience the world as it is?

Architectural Masterpieces Topping Every Young Traveler's List

College Tourist | Posted 08.01.2016 | Travel
College Tourist

By Brooke Stafford of Pennsylvania State University Because architecture is cool. Architecture isn't solely the interest of older generations; inste...

Ann Lowengart: Interior Designer, Business-woman, and Entrepreneur

Morena Duwe | Posted 07.25.2016 | Business
Morena Duwe

Business for the creative minded can often be a challenge, but for Annie Lowengart of Ann Lowengart Interiors, creativity and business are one in the ...

Adventure Is Out There: Using A City As A Campus

Rosemarie Foulger | Posted 07.25.2016 | College
Rosemarie Foulger

I have felt tremendous impact after just one year of using a city as my campus. Using the whole of San Francisco has offered me a wealth of experiences I could never have had on a traditional campus.

Uncomfortable Themes Make For Relevant Revival Are WE at the Cabaret?

Charles Karel Bouley | Posted 07.24.2016 | Entertainment
Charles Karel Bouley

Harrison, Goss and the Kit Kat Girls in Cabaret. Photos courtesy of Pantages Theatre By Karel Charles Karel Bouley I was uncomfortable leaving ...