As I inch closer and closer to the big 30, “adultey” things like fixing the toilet seat I broke by standing on it (don’t judge, I’m short and needed to see!) are slowly becoming less “Shit, I have to fix this before dad comes and reminds me he had 4
Hey, ladies– wanna cruise for hot skater guys in Hawaiian shirts while sipping (read: chugging) some beer and watching awesome bands, all for FREE? Or maybe you’re a Big Man and jonesing to partake in the last two activities, sans the skater babe-watching? If so, head on over to House
A venue that wants its shows to sound good as much as its paying customers do is mighty fine thing in my “Why doesn’t this happen more often?” book. A venue that wants to throw a dance party and free beer hour while they’re at it is enough to make
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....
It’s freezing. There are signs/sales/stories reminding you what presents you should be buying for people that you can’t afford in your grill constantly, and you are probably busier than ever trying to get enough work done to take time off for the holidays. You know what you need to combat this
You’ve seen a French movie, right? You know how the ludicrously attractive, ethereal girl will talk about stuff with the swarthy guy over coffee? They’ll be musing about love, life, or whatever with their pretty lips while even-tempo jazz and the clinks of coffee cups happen in the background? And
Why carve a pumpkin sober, like all those loser elementary school students, when you could come to Luckydog and carve one drunk? They are giving away FREE beer from 2-7 during their pumpkin carving contest. It’s BYOP, so make sure to purchase a pumpkin somewhere first before you attempt to
You may have walked by the mysterious “bakery” before on Metropolitan Ave in Williamsburg and marveled at the wonderful displays in the window like I did. That was what first peaked my interest about this little neighborhood comic shop, but what’s inside is what keeps people coming back. The proprietor,