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From KQED news I'm Queenie Kim San Francisco lost a cultural institution to covert nineteen this week

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Places like this were struggling before the pandemic and it sounds like it's just gotten worse rate because of high rents in the bay area bars and venues especially quirky places like the stud we're already operating on razor thin margins and under California's phase planned venues are going to be the last things to re open and so a lot of business owners already throwing in the towel Xperia house gallery and start club already closed in Oakland so we're already seeing the toll the pandemic is taking on cultural institutions in the bay area that was