With every year in San Francisco comes one fog bank rolling in after the other, peppered with the occasional rainstorm or more often than not, that lovely little ice breeze that likes to momentarily stop your heart on it’s way through your body. And yet, seemingly as quickly as the
This is probably the most egotistical post I’ve ever written – but since today is my birthday, I don’t really care. My Jesus year is officially over – I didn’t end up crucified, but i did just turn the page to the 34th year of my life. That is almost
I attended my office holiday party last week– at a bar, at 2pm, glad to leave work 3 hours early. I work in a business casual environment, and– as I mentioned before– am not close friends with anyone in my office. In fact, I’m 89% sure that they all think
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....
Open bars are the adult equivalent of being a kid in a candy store -albeit a boozy, occasionally overcrowded candy store. But, after you maneuver your way through the fray, and finally get your hands on an ice-cold free drink (maybe two if you double-fist it to optimize the open
Start the Halloween horror-show early with a screening of the classic, scream-inducing Psycho at Clearview Cinemas on Thursday. For the “cheap-by-NYC-standards” ticket price of $7.50, you’ll get more than a simple night at the movies. The 7PM and 9:30PM showings will be hosted by ever-witty Queen about town, Hedda Lettuce, who’s
It’s no secret that live music and booze are two of my besties. But make it FREE live music and FREE booze and we’re talking BFF status, and maybe even one of those rad heart necklaces to prove it. Tonight, The Shop is offering up those things and more just
This Thursday night, head down to Bricks and Mortar Media in SOMA for some art, alcohol and …animals? Yes, animals. Let your animal instinct out at a themed art show entitled “We Are All Animals.” Oakland based artist Mary Marxen has gathered up 25 up-and-coming local artists to show their