The pandemic has been incredibly disruptive to in-person office work and despite all the back and forth, there is one way to push health at work and that is with vaccines. Trellis Workspace, located at 981 Mission Street in San Francisco is a cowork space that requires proof of COVID-19 vaccination to enter. The choiceContinue reading “This San Francisco cowork space requires proof of a COVID-19 vaccine to enter”
Workers are demanding $15 today, not in 2026.
Super Bowl LV was this past weekend and in the end Tampa Bay won the championship. It wasn’t all that was happening in town though, the Super Bowl brought celebrities and parties across the bay that have created fears of a superspreader event in Tampa. Recent reports of the COVID-19 UK variant being found prevalentContinue reading “Superspreader Super Bowl Weekend: Videos Show Crowds and Concerts Across Tampa”
San Francisco, CA: “We are very disappointed San Francisco has announced closing indoor dining effective Saturday, morning, November 14th. Although our foremost concern remains with the health and well-being of our community, we do anticipate immediate negative effects; including more restaurant closures, both short-term and permanent, significant job losses, and numerous employees losing health insurance coverage. Continue reading “NEWS: Golden Gate Restaurant Association statement on the closure of indoor dining in San Francisco”
Numerous restaurants in Tampa Bay and Orlando are maintaining social distancing rules despite Governor DeSantis.
Today President Trump announced an end to the stimulus talks with no hope before Election Day. Main Street Alliance Executive Director, Amanda Ballantyne shares this: “For Trump to stop negotiations on urgently needed relief, stating he will only resume negotiations after he “wins” the election shows callous disregard for millions of Americans suffering extreme financialContinue reading “Statement: Small Businesses Aghast at Trump stopping COVID Relief Negotiations”
Here’s how you can help bartenders and those struggling in the pandemic.
Masks will be required for all shoppers except children and medically ill starting July 21st.
At the end of an uninteresting 4th of July weekend, I was scrolling on Instagram as I heated up some leftovers and read a post from The Lab Coffee in North Hyde Park that infuriated me. A customer told them they will be hearing from the ADA (Americans with Disability Act) and City of TampaContinue reading “Pro tip: Do not threaten struggling small businesses with ADA lawsuits you jerks”
Here are the cases of Coronavirus I am aware of so far in restaurants that are confirmed in Tampa Bay.