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Homeless in San Francisco

Journalists in San Francisco, frustrated at inaction over the city’s homeless crisis, are planning coordinated coverage on the issue.

San Francisco Earthquake 1989 ~ So terrifying until all friends & family accounted for. Thank God for the World Series. Traffic way lighter than usual at 5:04pm.  ~Repinned Via Rhonda Hoffman Garcia (akr)

San Francisco Earthquake 1989 ~ World Series was being played. Earthquake stopped the game but many people credit it with saving lives because traffic was lighter with people at the game and at home watching on TV.

Are you looking for a youth summer job? Check out ideas for teenagers, but much more than cash is at stake for teens trying to work this summer.

New Zealand wine and food is globally recognised because of its excellence and originality. World-class New Zealand wine, boutique beers, organic produce, meat, and fresh seafood a few of the treats you can try on your visit.

San Fran.  There's no bohemian VIBE to Haight Ashbury.  It's straight up, Bohemian.  You can find some seriously good smoothie and vegan lunch counters in this area.

During the Summer of Love You Could Fly Translove Airways

Fisherman's Wharf San Francisco.  One of my fave!   Been there several times and would go back!

Professional stock photos of Fisherman's Wharf, San Francisco, California by Photographer Ron Niebrugge

The fact that nine out of every 10 startups fails doesn’t keep people from descending on the San Francisco Bay Area with dreams of getting rich while changing the world. Everyone wants to be the Uber of something, convinced that the world needs an app to help people express their emotions or an online store selling party favors that glow in the dark.  Laura Morton dove headlong into this crazy world and emerged with Wild West Tech. Her ongoing series takes you into the networking parties…

Hack, Hustle, Nap, Repeat

The fact that nine out of every 10 startups fails doesn’t keep people from descending on the San Francisco Bay Area with dreams of getting rich while changing the world. Everyone wants to be the Uber of something, convinced that the world needs an app to help people express their emotions or an online store selling party favors that glow in the dark. Laura Morton dove headlong into this crazy world and emerged with Wild West Tech. Her ongoing series takes you into the networking parties…

Lisa Kristine is a San Francisco based photographer specializing in indigenous peoples worldwide. Through her work, Lisa wishes to encourage a dialogue about the beauty, diversity and hardship of our inter-locking world. The more meaning born in the images, the deeper that dialogue may be. Lisa Kristine

Lisa Kristine is a San Francisco based photographer specializing in indigenous peoples worldwide. Through her work, Lisa wishes to encourage a dialogue about the beauty, diversity and hardship of our inter-locking world. The more meaning born in the images, the deeper that dialogue may be. Lisa Kristine

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