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Color Changing Nail Polish and the Culture of Rape

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The City That Was: Cacophony Zone Trip #4 (Burning Man’s First Time In the Desert)

In The City That Was, Bohemian Archivist P Segal tells a weekly story of what you all missed: the days when artists, writers, musicians, and

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Our Peculiar Institution: Why Urban Dog Ownership is a Twisted Practice

When I come home from whatever it is I do during the day, my roommate’s clumsy and rambunctious mutt, Yoda, faithfully greets me with an ear-shattering bark

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Tipping While Black – The Struggles of a Black Barman

I remember watching my favorite TV show, Louis, and there was a scene where Louis was at The Cellar and he asked a server how her

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Why Brunch is a Fake Meal

Me destroying two plates of "brunch"

Brunch is the meal synonymous with middle class Americans that live in San Francisco. Nothing says, “I live in one of

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10 Foods That Will Give You More Energy

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

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This is the best thing ever. Just let it sink in for a sec. This question was posed to me recently: How many dating sites are there out

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HeyLets: Finally a Social Network Where You Don’t Have to Be a Jerk

This post is sponsored by the fine folks at HeyLets. Wanna sponsor a post? Drop us a line at info@BrokeAssStuart.com  We've all been there. You're looking for

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In Defense of Litter: Why I Litter and Why You Should Shut Up About It

Some of you will instinctively reject my premise and probably me, personally, for being enough of an asshole to express it. But I must say it. In

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Local Legend of the Week: Burning Man Founder & Billboard Liberator – John Law

We here at BrokeAssStuart.com like to show love to the people who make cities like San Francisco and New York special. That’s why we’re doing a series called