Arts and Culture
On Wednesday night, the Good Hotel, the SF Bicycle Coalition, and the Disposable Film Festival are teaming up to bring you a bike in movie screening. What the fuck is that? I’m glad you asked. Here’s all the details sent over by the fine folks at the DFF: The DFF
While walking around I clicked photos of all the strange shit I came across in NY, so I figured I’d share them with you. Wandering New York is definitely one of the best FREE things you can do in the world.
Because it is not all about sex, drugs, booze, and cheap food, today you can see a screening of a documentary that sheds light on some of the behind the scenes scenes that are all part of making a movie. See Abel Ferrara, the Bronx born director of Keitel led
Last week at Ella I got a jump start on National Dance Week and dropped some serious moves, thanks in whole to an unbelievable dance partner who combined enthusiasm, grace, and levity with just the right amount of sensuality, checked with intentionally robotic hip humping. If I sound enamored, well,
I recently got this from a reader named David and I think it’s something that all you music heads will appreciate: Hi Broke-ass Friends, I’m writing from KUSF about our upcoming Rock ‘n’ Swap on Sunday, May 10th. It’s a giant music lover’s fair featuring 6,000 sq ft of rare vinyl,
So, you have an upcoming date, but don’t want to/can’t spend any money? Or, maybe you’ve exhausted the netflix queue with your significant other and want to do something different without being too extravagant. Strap on that parachute, kids, because I’m about to lay some some Operation DUMBO Drop-sized knowledge
For those of you who’ve been following the site pretty religiously (hi Mom!), you know that I’ve been involved with the Citizens for the Preservation of Bay to Breakers, a group of citizens devoted to um…well, the preservation Bay to Breakers. If you recall, back in February the race organizers declared that this