This originally appeared in my Weeknighter column in the SF Bay Guardian There’s something romantic about San Francisco’s summertime fog. Those damp and chilly nights belong only to us, and the atmosphere they create is what dreams are made of. While the rest of the country simultaneously shares the same
This time on the Weird & Wonderful podcast we recorded in at Pop’s Bar on 24th St. a legendary dive bar in the heart of the The Mission. We get into some pretty heavy shit including dealing with depression and how to intervene with when you see someone being harassed.
By Jonas Barnes NYC is a city full of anything and everything you could want. Entertainment, 5-star cuisine, drinks and homeless men masturbating are just a sample of the indulgences you can take part of every day in NYC. As the summer rolls in, the city unleashes pure culinary bliss
Glenn Danzig defended Trump’s travel ban and said that Planned Parenthood shouldn’t be selling baby parts “like a chop shop in Brooklyn”
No one (no one with eyes and a heart at least) doubts that we are living in scary, uncomfortable-at-best times. It’s times like these that remind me that animals are better than us. At the top of the “love you no matter what, always got you back” animal list is
Temperatures and hemlines are rising — which means it’s catcalling season. Days are longer, and tempers are shorter. Instead of taking all that frustration out on your loved ones, unload on someone that deserves it – like men who make women uncomfortable in public. If you’re a woman over thirteen
Sutter Station doesn’t give a fuck. In fact it has been steadfastly sitting on Market Street, not giving fucks since 1969. That’s before BART existed, before Tales of the City came out, and before the Beatles broke-up.