Shopping, Style and Beauty
Oh hell yes. It’s finally baseball season and the San Francisco Giants, the champions of the goddamned world (or at least of the US and one city in Canada) are playing at AT&T Park. You’ve been waiting for this since October when you celebrated their championess by jumping over unnecessary fires on Valencia Street. You are a FAN!
This post is sponsored by Citizens Against Broke-Ass Stuart. Apparently Broke-Ass Stuart is doing an indiegogo campaign so that he can grow his website, pay his writers, and continue creating what he calls “dope shit”. We at Citizens Against Broke-Ass Stuart don’t think you should give him money to do this
I’ve launched an indiegogo campaign to raise money to help BrokeAssStuart.com grow to its full potential. Please go here to donate and make sure to read all the perks, especially the ones starting at $2,000 because they are hilarious! You can read all about why I’m doing this below. Thank
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. Usually I tell a story about what the city was like when
The ‘Citizen Kane’ of porn has finally arrived, and has its theatrical premiere at the Victoria Theatre on May 2. ‘Marriage 2.0’ is a groundbreaking new intellectual porn flick examining the polyamory relationship model from both the personal, emotional standpoint and the ‘hot fucking’ and ‘people getting it on’ standpoint.
As a kid, growing up in Italy, I used to often read the Babysitter’s Club series, along with similar kids’ books about everything American, such as tree houses and baseball and shopping malls. I remember being particularly stuck on the concept of garage sales. My mind was boggled by the
Life moves pretty fast. If you don’t stop and look around once in a while, you could miss it. – Ferris Bueller This week we are slowing down, taking a breath, writing in our journals, and of course, taking a selfie. Can apps and gizmos put the brakes on the acceleration