We were lucky enough to ask Attorney Daniel Wayne about the legality of renting out your flat in San Francisco, and what effect short term rental companies like Airbnb are having on our city and it’s housing market.
Paul Madonna is an artist in San Francisco. His drawings and words make us think about locations in a different way, a way that is both startling and familiar at the same time. His works are printed in our newspaper, they are sold in our bookstores, and they lay on our coffee tables. His
Summertime is here! And that means bad sexual decisions. But you can make up for those bad decisions by doing the responsible thing and getting your bits checked for various sexually transmitted infections. We’ve listed nine of the best free STD testing clinics in San Francisco… but feel free to
Over the past few years I’ve watched as San Francisco has been pulled out from under us and sold to the highest bidder. And I’m fed up and heartbroken. San Francisco is for everyone, not just the wealthy elite, and this is why I’ve decided to run for mayor....
Lets Just Call It What It Is I used to drink the altruistic Kool-Aid that the omnipotent “sharing” economy is taking over the world. The harsh reality is that there has been a lot less sharing going on than advertised. Since sharing is a social exchange that does not involve profit, by definition,
Getting Out of a Broke State of Mind “More money, more problems.” That’s only what rich people say. Broke people have “broke-people problems.” These are much harder to climb out of. I didn’t realize it at the time, but money scared and overwhelmed me for years. Watching my parents struggle,
This post is sponsored by the fine people at Getaround. If you’re interested in sponsoring some content holler at alex@BrokeAssStuart.com If you live in any city now a days, it makes absolutely no sense to own a car… Unless you share it! It costs an average of $7800 a year
At one point of the whole process, I found myself telling my family, “Funerals aren’t for the dead, they’re for the living.” — David Fisher (played by Michael C. Hall) From the ages of 1 to 14, I spent four days a week with my nana. She was my second