When we lost the Bay Guardian last year, in addition to a consummate news source and progressive ally, we also lost one of the best party hosts in town. Among it’s annual offerings was it’s Pride week kick-off, “Pullin’ Pork For Pride”. Well, the Harvey Milk Club thought it would
Want to meet cute ladies, ladies? Here’s the master list of events- and for the love of god feel free to suggest any other parties or clubs you think are dope. Cockblock Called ‘The Best Place for Chicks (Who Likes Chicks)’ by the SF Bay Guardian Every 2nd Saturday at the Rickshaw
Although America may be a younger country as opposed to others our short history is deep. Our love of booze is even deeper. Here are 10 of the oldest pubs in the US thirsty for you to visit. All are still in operation as bars/restaurants. 1) The White Horse Tavern
I had the pleasure of running into Zane Lamprey in my neighborhood last week. He was currently on a mini-tour promoting Monkey Rum. I attended his launch party last summer and it did not disappoint. Amazing smooth rum cocktails and even better stories from the Syracuse native. He’s hosted more than
The bar in question is officially called Specs’ Twelve Adler Museum Cafe, but everyone just calls it Specs’. I don’t recall exactly when I first discovered the joint but I’ve been a regular ever since. To the uninitiated, visiting Specs’ is like walking into a Tom Waits song.
In The City That Was, Bohemian Archivist P Segal tells a weekly story of what you all missed: the days when artists, writers, musicians, and unemployed visionaries were playing hard in the city’s streets and paying the rent working part time. In recent weeks, I had an interaction with City Hall
Happy Tuesday, Broke-Asses! Given the seriousness of today’s question, let me start today with an amusing story: Once upon a time, I lived in San Francisco and was fun. I had lots of friends and a cool job and expendable income and an active social life and was always out