I haven’t broken into a run since 2002. That was sophomore year of high school, when I used to get in trouble in P.E. class for leisurely bicep-curling five pound weights and gossiping with hoodrat girls who called me “Tasty Vanilla,” when I should have been pumping iron. But, alas,
Hey, you know what most operas are lacking? Electro pop and 70s gospel. But not in Matt Marks’ opera The Little Death: Vol. 1 at Incubator Arts Project. The play is about two evangelical christian teenagers trying to make their relationship right with the Lord, through songs with catchy hooks
The Friday Nights at the de Young series, in which the museum stays open until 8:45pm and features tons of FREE activities, including films, music and DIY crafts, has always been a popular, classy way to kick off the weekend. But at tonight’s edition, “Folk You!” sponsored by the SF
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....
Sure, I spend a lot of time writing about food, my feelings and the dog from my favorite commercial ever, but buried deep in the recesses of my brain, there’s a bestseller brewing. I can feel it. A real page-turner about a sassy, twenty-something broke-ass who works in cafes all