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Debauchery – Hot Queer Burlesque in the Nation’s Oldest Gay Bar

Do you have plans for Sunday night? After […]

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Are You Raising Restaurant Ready Children?

Dear Parents: You may not be aware of, but when you walk into a restaurant with your beautiful baby in your paisley Baby Bjorn wrap or with your

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Vote for Broke-Ass

It's time again for the SF Bay Guardian's Best of the Bay Contest.  I really like winning stuff, so I'd appreciate your help in getting me voted best something.

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The City That Was: The Literary Obsession That Ate My Life

In The City That Was, Bohemian Archivist P Segal tells a weekly story of what you

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Tweeting Against Domestic Abuse

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So just to recap the last two weeks - everyone hates Ray Rice, Roger Goodell, and the Atlanta justice system for allowing

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Why You Should NOT Buy an iPhone 6

There is a new iPhone out, for no better reason than it is September and Apple puts out a new iPhone every September regardless of whether they

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I Set Up My OKCupid Profile, as a Dog: The Responses Were Pretty Hilarious.

Last February I started an OKCupid profile as a chocolate labrador named 'Waffles'. The profile was received with mixed reviews. Some said I was an innovator, some said

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The Very Cheapest SF Sports Bars Showing All NFL Games

NFL football is back and every Sunday is a now holy day of obligation to hit bars and watch games. Ten hours watching nonstop live football in

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Joan Rivers Epitomized the Broke-Ass Proverb: Doing What You Love Makes Everyone Smile

The 81-year-old iconoclastic comedian died yesterday at New York’s Mount Sinai Hospital, where she had spent the week fighting for her life, proceeding complications which occurred during

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The City That Was: Spectacles of Burning Man, Year One

In The City That Was, Bohemian Archivist P Segal tells a weekly story of what you all missed: the days when artists, writers,