Broke-Ass Stuart - Editor In Cheap
No matter where you fall on the political spectrum, we can all agree that the people who are educating future generations of Americans don’t get paid enough money. On top of that, many of the schools they work for don’t have the money to furnish educators with all the supplies
Awesome photo by Tom Tompkins from Liquid Bread I go to Outside Lands just about every year. It’s a great festival because I can get as weird as possible but still sleep in my own bed at night. It’s also fun to take notes on all the strange observations
A few years when GQ Magazine said that San Francisco was experiencing the nation’s most exciting food movement, it just solidified what most people already knew: San Francisco is a food lover’s paradise.
Over the past few years I’ve watched as San Francisco has been pulled out from under us and sold to the highest bidder. And I’m fed up and heartbroken. San Francisco is for everyone, not just the wealthy elite, and this is why I’ve decided to run for mayor....
We’ve gotten complacent in San Francisco. Sure we’ve got the nation’s highest minimum wage. Sure we fought for marriage equality and won. Sure we had universal healthcare before nearly every other city in the US. But the same way the Bush administration used social issues to justify turning the country
“Our beloved city is in crisis. The people we care about are being pushed out, and the local businesses and cultural institutions we cherish are suffocating under rising rents. The time to take a stand is long overdue. The People’s Campaign is a new approach to politics built on our collective solidarity and the understanding that the time is now for each and everyone one of us to say ENOUGH! Ya Basta!”
Lately, I’ve been romanticizing the pre-cellphone, pre–social media era. You know, the days before smartphones. Remember when friends would just drop by? How rad was that?
Ever wanted to know about travel writing? What it’s like hosting a live tv show? Or what are some good ideas for a CRAZY night out in San Francisco? Here’s your chance:
‘Ask Me Anything’ with Broke-Ass Stuart Wednesday July 29th @ 3pm