Shopping

08 Aug 2017

The Prettiest Shops in the Bay

All shops were not created equal.  Sure, there are shops that have what you need, shops that are cool, shops that are historic…but what about mercantile meccas that make your heart feel good? If you don’t like shopping, first of all: you’re wrong. You love shopping. You love worshiping at the

Candace Cui - Actual Unicorn 1
21 Dec 2016

5 Services Better than Craigslist for all Your Craigslist Needs

Sick of big box stores? Ballin’ on a budget? Queen of the deals? Second hand Santa? Then you’re probably aware of the vast universe of obtainment that is Craigslist. If you’ve done business on Craigslist you know there’s the few regular possibilities that can occur from posting, shopping and/or transacting;

Curtis Schabath 0
13 Dec 2016

12 Days of Giftmas: The Alternative, Dope, Vintage & Handmade

n the essence of the 12 Days of Christmas (and/or Eight Days of Hanukkah and seven days of Kwanzaa) here’s a list of twelve awesome gift ideas to help you out with your last minute shopping! These thoughtful and sometimes unique presents will not only warm the hearts of recipients but will benefit some dope small businesses and give them the recognition they deserve!

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18 Dec 2015

Unique and Simple Gifts That Won’t Make You Look Cheap this Holiday Season

Nobody likes the idea of maxing out credit cards just to make sure your holiday purchases don’t look like they came from the bargain bin at Goodwill. You also don’t want to look like a cheapskate either. But, you don’t have to over-extend yourself this season to make sure your

Kacey Mya 0
21 Jul 2015

Broke-Ass Beauty Tips for Your Neighborhood’s Microclimate

You may have your friends back East fooled and thinking you live in a CALIFORNIA where the sky is full of sun and the air is salty from ocean breezes, but those of us that live in the reality of the Bay Area know better. Sunglasses and sunscreen are NOT

Allison Mick 3
11 May 2015

5 Reasons Using a Typewriter Makes You a Better Writer

I’m what you might call a born-again luddite. There was a time when I believed that I owed my writing life to modern technology. I learned to type on Windows 95 with Mario Teaches Typing, I used right-clicking as my thesaurus, and I penned my first short story on a

Charles Daly - Cut-Rate Curmudgeon 0
09 Sep 2014

The Hayes Valley Urban Air Market is this Weekend and it Looks Dope!

  I’m super busy so I’m just gonna cut and past all the info, but it look like it’s gonna be pretty rad. I’m sure I’ll cruse through there at some point. This September, as other cities are cooling down, San Francisco is warming up for Urban Air Market’s return to

Broke-Ass Stuart - Editor In Cheap 0