Advice

17 May 2017

How To Acclimate Yourself to a New City

Let’s get real – moving to a new city can be tough. Even if you already know people who live there, and have an apartment, job, or family in your soon-to-be hometown, getting used to calling a new place home can be difficult. Looking for ways to speed up the

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16 May 2017

How to Tell Your Lover You Also Have Sex For Money

You met someone cute! And funny! And super open minded! But before you let yourself get attached you know you have to tell them that sometimes you have sex with other people, for money. Or maybe you don’t. Sex workers have been keeping these kinds of secrets for eons. It was easier

Kaytlin Bailey 1
16 May 2017

DIY on a Dime : Baby Nursery on the Cheap

Luckily, we have some DIY experience, especially in decorating. Let’s take a whirlwind tour of our nearly ready nursery, and how you can do the same without losing out on your fun money.

Alex Mak - Managing Editor 0
15 May 2017

These People are Just Awful at Mass Transit

This originally appeared in my Broke-Ass City column for the SF Examiner. She was standing on the BART turnstile at the Civic Center station with an American flag scarf tied around her waist, yelling “Fuck Obama” and laughing from a mouth only half-full of teeth. All I could think was,

Broke-Ass Stuart - Editor In Cheap 0
12 May 2017

Dating with an STD: How to Make It Work

It is possible for you to date and you can make it work with your partner following strict precautions to avoid spreading the disease. Here are some suggestions that can holistically heal your negative thoughts about being STD positive and that can help your relationship thrive with your partner:

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09 May 2017

The New Rent Control Laws Across The Bay Area : Ask a Tenant Attorney

There are new rent control ordinances in several cities across the bay area. From Richmond to Mountain view, be aware of your rights as a tenant.

Daniel Wayne - Tenant's Rights Attorney 0
05 May 2017

Why Police Hiring Practices Create Violence

It’s an unavoidable topic. Turn on the news on any given day and there’s a questionable police shooting or police using excessive force.  It seems as commonplace as the daily weather report. The first few times were shocking, but we are beginning to grow numb to the idea that the

Lauryn Petrie - NYC Editor 0