The founder's blog, full of conspiracy theories and amplified in the 'New York Times,' perfectly encapsulates how tech executives think.
Cafe Ohlone created a community space for the East Bay's indigenous people. Without a physical location, it's found new ways to connect.
Horrified shoppers, many wearing face masks, watched him bleed out on the floor.
They're the latest places taking extreme measures to flatten the curve so medical facilities don't get overwhelmed.
"If there's a shortage," he said.
San Francisco's Tartine is incredibly popular—and still expanding—but many workers believe they're not getting a fair slice of the pie.
“Many of these affordable homes were snatched up during a foreclosure by corporations who then kept the houses vacant or flipped them for hefty profits.”
Berner's says it's San Francisco's first Black-owned dispensary, but critics claim its well-connected white partners got preferential treatment.
The home is owned by a company that buys and flips distressed properties.
"We need a Jay Z in the Bay's music industry. I'm not trying to rap, but we need a mogul to increase access for our region's artists to have flexibility for projects."
Do babies want this? Do babies want to party? Do they want to be Baby DJs? Do they even know who Robyn is or how hard 'Body Talk' slaps???