Farewell and good riddance to San Francisco’s most insufferable complainy-pants newspaper columnist C.W. Nevius, whose “Get off my lawn” diatribes for some reason have been published by the San Francisco Chronicle for the last 36 years. Nevius announced he was leaving the Chronicle this week, and we slam the door behind
Halloween is almost here and many of you are starting to think about costume ideas. If you’re broke, enjoy puns, or if you’re simply a very lazy person, here are some incredible DIY, last minute costume ideas to run with. Enjoy responsibly.
GUEST POST By: Satan, Prince Of Darkness Puny humans! My Antichrist is revealed in a recent FiveThirtyEight “polls-plus” forecast. As you can plainly see above from a recent FiveThirtyEight forecast, My great false messiah is revealed to be your Democratic Presidential candidate Hillary Clinton, thus ensuring her complete victory over
Open bar and appetizers paid for by Corporate America await you all week as Dreamforce 2016 swallows up SoMa and downtown (Oct. 4-7). The world’s largest software conference is also the world’s largest party-crashing opportunity, with oodles of cash-negative startups throwing insanely opulent parties all over our fair city. Here’s
They pass out about 120 lunches a week as well as 40 to 50 harm reduction kits that contain clean needles, crack pipes, and condoms.
Guest Post by: Emma Williams Buying designer clothing from a wholesaler can save you money without sacrificing quality. It is an opportunity to provide the best to your clients while enjoying the perks that come with wholesale purchases. There are however many mistakes buyers will make when engaging wholesalers to their
Its no secret I am an anxious person. When the idea for this article came up Stuart immediately turned to me and said “you should write this”. While there are days I would give anything to be less anxious and more chill, it has allowed me to develop some skills