Guest post by Kaspar K The Gay Agenda, is satire with a heart. Poking fun at the right-wing propaganda that says the gays are destroying the country was definitely part of the motivation, but as the content started to take shape, we realized this little project could in fact help
Guest post by Christophe Blake Parker Go ahead and picture your average gamer. What do you see? What images first come to mind. A pimple-faced teenager holed up in his room playing World of Warcraft? A businesswoman tapping frantically at her screen while she plays the eighth billion level of
Illyanna Maisonet is not only Broke-Ass Stuart’s Web Editor, she’s also a classically trained cook and baker that writes a food blog called EatGordaEat. And she’s giving away a FREE cookbook to one of you lucky readers! This book features Puerto Rican recipes and shiny photos of food taken by professional photographer Dan Liberti.
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(photo credit for-site.org) Cheryl Haines is the curator, gallerist, and executive director responsible for putting the work of China’s most famous artist, inside of America’s most famous prison on Alcatraz Island. Her project with the artist and activist Ai Weiwei has been visited by some 500,000 people since it began in the fall
Brokeassstuart.com proudly presents the Broke-Ass Artists series where we give our readers an insight to the struggle of some up and coming talent in music. I met our first ever artist of the week, Smax Music, years ago when we were both performing at a fashion show. He considers himself
How many of us have had brilliant “aha moments” or inhaled inspiration, yet nothing ever comes of it because of lack of cash? What if you were given an extra $1k, $5k, $10k (or more?). Guess what, my fellow procrasti-stoners, if socks made of coffee can raise $204,601, or a
From Mark Twain to Jack London to Jack Kerouac to Michelle Tea, San Francisco has always been a wondrous literary city. Maybe it’s The City’s beauty or the fact that she’s always attracted misfits and weirdoes. Who knows, it’s almost impossible to explain where magic comes from. Nailing down where