Lifted up on a summer breeze and blowing through the jasmine in your mind, Pride 2014 is here dear readership and, as always, we here at BAS want to keep you appraised of every opportunity that is available to colour our world with pride and burn bright like a homo
Do you love pie? Do you love having large samples of pie? Well, you’re in luck. Every Saturday on the Williamsburg waterfront, between North 6th and 7th street, the Brooklyn Flea Food Market hosts Smorgasburg, an outlet for food entrepreneurs and established purveyors. On Saturday, June 9th, The Daisy Flour
You find yourself in Madison Square Park. Look, there’s the Flatiron building! How iconic, right? The park is in bloom, the water fountains are on, and how isn’t it just pastoral. Suddenly you get a strong whiff or beef and impatience, you hear buzzers and a chorus of tapping feet,
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....
One of my favorite things about fall is the the food. Comfort food is at it’s peak during the holidays and one of my favorite multi-purpose produce item is especially in season: Pumpkin. Pumpkin can be consumed in may delicious ways, all of which will rock your autumn. Here are
Some places lure you in with high design, a dining gimmick, or enough sangria to make your mouth go numb, and all of those are excellent reasons to be enticed to sit down and throw around some pocket change. However, some places suck you in and keep you coming back
I really love how many events these days are centered around local food, and this one sounds pretty sweet (as in both cool and sugary). Usually I don’t give a shit, but occasionally I feel just slightly patriotic. You know, around voting time, the Olympics, and yesterday because of the