Flax, the funky art supply shop off Valencia and Market is saying goodbye. Flax is being pushed out by a nine-story, 160-unit condo building with parking lot that is set to be developed in that space
If you’re in the market to buy real estate, then you know that in order to get a sense of what’s a reasonable price for real estate in the area you’re considering, you have to pull the prices for similar homes in or near that area.
If you need anymore proof that racism (intentional or not) still exists, look no further than this 2003 that a recent BBC article around baby names cited In a study from 2003, called Are Emily And Greg More Employable Than Lakisha and Jamal? Marianne Bertrand and Sendhil Mullainathan sent nearly 5,000 CVs in response […]
Here I go with my bags again. Don’t underestimate a backpack that looks feminine online, that thing might scream easy, breezy, beautiful COVERGIRL in real-time. Case in point, my new M.A.R.S.E.A. backpack.
This is an up-close and personal photo of the super colorful, super delicious seafood pancake at Cho Dang Gol in Midtown Manhattan
> I’ve never taken to taking #selfies, nor compelled to put them on social media. Or at least, not taking #selfies and posting them publicly. Today, I took three selfies and posted them to Instagram, Facebook, and Twitter. And then all three to WordPress…
Here’s an image showing the corner of northeast corner of Market St. and Gough St. in my neighborhood. The first image is from 1889, the second one is present day/recent.
> NS;LX: Traditionally, the phrase not surprised; low expectations (abbreviated ns;lx) has been used as a concise manner to express how one is no longer amazed or shocked by behavior due to the historically predictable actions.
Who will mourn a Rite Aid when its time comes? Who will shed a tear? This is the neighborhood Rite Aid that was open when I arrived 5 months ago. I rolled by it today and the entire facade had been stripped. Despite Rite Aid being a chain store, it’s still sad to see to […]
I watched “Rumble in the Jungle” – the documentary around the 1974 Muhammad Ali – George Foreman fight in Zaire. Afterwards. I was inspired to look up videos of Muhammad Ali. Ran across his one and it brought a smile to my face. …murdered a rock, injured a stone, hospitalized a brick…