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OFF MENU IS SPONSORED BY BENDER’S BECAUSE THEY ARE BADASS. DROP BY AND MAKE SOME BAD DECISIONS WITH SOME GOOD PEOPLE! This originally appeared in my Weeknighter column for 7×7 The first time I went to Columbus Café was with a con artist named Nelson. Well, at least that’s what he said his name was.
Guest post by Kaspar K The Gay Agenda, is satire with a heart. Poking fun at the right-wing propaganda that says the gays are destroying the country was definitely part of the motivation, but as the content started to take shape, we realized this little project could in fact help
Wanna stay up on all the free shirts we give out? Make sure to follow on instagram! It’s been a hard year so far. David Bowie, Phife, Lemmy, and now Prince. And boy…did this last one hurt a lot. If you’ve noticed, we like to give out free shirts. We
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Word just came in that everybody’s favorite SF-centric clothing brand is closing down it’s flagship Divisidero store. Of course, in perfect San Franpsycho fashion they are throwing a big party about it. Here’s what their FB page said about the closing: Some bittersweet news to share with y’all this morning: we’re
This was posted on the 1-2-3 to Replace Ed Lee Facebook group. The group was started during last year’s mayoral campaign, and has since become a great way for activists to organize and spread the word about causes. Shared by Yayne Abeba, who is a major force behind the Justice
I’m pretty sure this was the first website to ever write about Blackbird. You can read the funniness here. So it’s exciting that we get to share this new Blackbird Bazaar with you. This sounds like a pretty amazing event
Guest post by Joseph Bien-Kahn Twenty-two years ago, in a suburb north of Detroit, four kids sat in front of a green screen on a living room set—beat up couch, green-brown recliner, and a fake plant—to create some sort of unsettling acid trip dubbed the “The Jerry White Jr. Show”.