Let’s face it, being a DJ is WAY easier than being in a band. You have no one to argue with but yourself, you don’t have heavy shit to lug around other than your records, and you get to keep whatever money you make without splitting it five ways. Fuck,
Every week we feature a different person from the community shedding a little light on their life of brokeitude. Who knows, maybe you’ll learn something about the human spiritâ€¦probably not.
Welcome to the second installation of our three part series, Dolores Park Etiquette. This week we are focusing on Hipster Hill: Dolores Park used to be for everyone. A place where hippies, junkies, hipsters, moms, kids, dogs, tennis players, garbage collectors, creepster wack job drum circles and everyone in between
While being young, broke and beautiful is all well and good, some people’s finances are more jacked than others. That’s why we’ve invited Betsy Crouch (aka Coach $izzle) to come onboard and dole out some much needed advice. She is a professional financial coach after all. If you’ve got a question
It’s hot, stagnant, and sticky here in Brooklyn. There’s no use beating it, so why not just indulge? Get in the mood for some freaky, all-night dancing and soulful music events this week. And just for you, all of ‘˜em are FREE. ~~~ Tuesday August 11th 8pm – CHIN CHIN
Yeah, I know “Watch me on the radio” doesn’t sound like it makes and sense, but it does. See I was on Wild 94.9 in SF the other day and Lucciano recorded it with his camera. So now you get to watch me on the radio. My question is, “why
I am prone to Stockholm Syndromey-ness. No matter how terrible the situation: bad relationship, high school, a miserable temp job, living arrangement, &c, when it’s over I am doomed to remember only the wonderful things about it and forgot why I hated it. Such has been the case with the