When press started rolling in for Father/Daughter‘s first Faux Real Compilation last Record Store Day, label founder Jessi Frick knew she was on to a good thing. Record Store Day’s arbitrary process for selecting exactly what albums get […]
The Bay Area has the highest median income in the nation and San Francisco has the fastest-growing gap between rich and poor. That economic inequality is on stark display in the very places where the latest technology boom is transforming the city.
While unemployed job seekers in their 20s find if difficult to find work, those in their 50s are finding it nearly impossible. Research by the Federal Reserve in San Francisco finds that older workers, who are in the ranks of the long-term unemployed, have almost no chance of getting hired.