In this town, an existential crisis is always right around the corner, luckily so is a bodega. I wasn’t quite sure how I would get out of this one. My employer former employer owed me a shit ton of money and wouldn’t answer my calls or emails. As always, bills
A witty political satire ripped from the headlines and written by Congressman Steve Israel, who’s met the characters, heard the conversations, and seen the plot twists firsthand. The Global War on Morris is a fictional story about a New Yorker who doesn’t like to make waves. But one day he
Brokeassstuart.com is looking for bands, artist and musicians of all genres and styles to feature in our broke-ass artist of the week series! Every month we’ll be featuring new artists from near and far who can give us an insight to their past and present struggles and
This guest post is by Charlotte Chipperfield, founder of The Wine Key DogPatch WineWorks in SF As city dwellers, we often have good intentions of visiting the beautiful wine country that surrounds our great cities but may get caught up in a cup of Stumptown, Four Barrel or the ever so addictive
After watching Sign Painters, the film directed by Faythe Levine and Sam Macon which documents the history of hand-painted signs, one can’t help but find irony in the withering crop of these sign artisans and their fading works of art. The journey in Sign Painters begins in the Midwest, where
A brand new collection of Broke-Ass Stuart's writing made up of some of his most famous pieces and new things never before published.
There are grown people in this world who won’t know how to separate colors when washing clothes. There are people who cannot hand wash dishes without leaving food caked on the edges of plates and glasses. As a broke-ass writer and avid traveler, I started realizing that my domestic skills
Let’s face it, it’s super hard to raise hell when you’re sleepy. I used to think it was only cranky, old people who said things like “energy is wasted on the young,” (yes, I’ve heard people actually say that version of the popular George Bernard quote) but lately I have