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How to Cut Your Own Side-Swept Bangs

Here’s an easy guide cutting your own side-swept bangs.

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The 5 Best Places to Eat in San Francisco for $5

You know you live in an expensive city when your local supermarket is commonly referred to as 'Whole Pay Check' (aka Whole Foods).  With such exorbitant prices, you

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BA of the Week: Brian Bergeron from the Band Mr. Kind

Every week we feature a different person from the community shedding a little light on their life of brokeitude. Who knows, maybe you’ll learn something about

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The City That Was: 1907 Golden Gate

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

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Umano: Finally An App Worth Listening To

Facebook has recently decided to inundate us with forced and annoying advertisements for Apps. I’m intrigued by maybe two of out every ten because most look pretty

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Surviving as a Broke College Student

Most college students are broke. It's no big secret. For most students, getting enough financial aid to pay for tuition and books alone

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Grieving SF Comedy Superstars Recall Their Robin Williams Stories

Pretty much every Bay Area comedy or improv personality has a story of ‘that one time Robin Williams came to my show’. They all say he was

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My Phone’s Dead, I’m Lost, Drunk, and Dead Broke: Your Guide to Getting Home in NYC

As I regained awareness of my surroundings (ahem...coming out of a blackout), I realized I was stumbling out of one of the Lower East Side’s ubiquitous filthy

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ENTER GIVEAWAY! “I Can’t Afford SF” Tee Or Tank from DSF Clothing Co.

  Yes, it's true. While being broke is temporary and being poor is a whole other level of socioeconomic hell-hole, we couldn't imagine anyone who reads the BAS

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Win Two Tickets To See Trombone Shorty @ Mountain Winery!

  Troy "Trombone Shorty" Andrews describes his music as supafunkrock. It's definitely funky, but it's also influenced by rock and has some R&B elements, thanks to his co-producer