July in San Francisco is famous for being full of fog, wind, and tourists from Wisconsin buying several ‘I Heart SF‘ windbreakers while huddling together for warmth in a Peet’s Coffee. If you’ve lived in San Francisco long, you may have noticed that the last two summers have been surprisingly…not freezing cold. I live
Guest Post by Ted Maider. Photos by Theo Hand There are so many things we should be talking about. Maybe we should be discussing the fact that there is undeniable evidence that our government colluded with Russia in some way to influence the United States Presidential election of 2016. Perhaps
Dolores Park is something special. Truly. It’s located at the perfect nexus of the Mission, the Castro, and Noe Valley in one of the warmest microclimates this city had to offer. The relaxed and welcoming vibe of a house party is unmatched anywhere else. So as much as I’d like
Considering it’s Earth Day and that its also the March for Science, some local folks have taken it upon themselves to remind San Franciscans that we need to look after our own city as well. Running from 6pm to 8pm, the goal for this party is to stress the “Leave
There are holidays and then there are SF sanctioned holidays. They get mentions in your planner and your iCal just like Christmas, and yes, you will be getting so drunk you’ll put Arthur to shame. No matter what the occasion, we like to do it big, plentiful and more awesome than anyone else, no? Listed below are the top 7 holidays that you should definitely not be sick, taken, or sober:
Burning Man is going on and you’re not going. But don’t trip! Turns out nightclubs are still having club nights, stores are open regular hours and tons of wack events are scheduled in the Bay Area from August 28 – September 5. The Broke-Ass Borg has your itinerary covered
What’s there to say? You drank too much last night, made some poor decisions, and now have to live with yourself…and a terrible headache…and possibly the shits. At least going to these places will make it all more tolerable.