Let’s face it: We’re all gonna die. As we’ve seen in recent events, tragedy can unexpectedly strike at any moment. I hate it say it, but the majority of us haven’t thought past what we want to prepare for dinner or who we want to hook up with later, let
You might not like the tone BLM takes, or the image of NFL players kneeling before a game, but if you think that makes these things fundamentally wrong, it’s time for a U.S. history lesson.
Some of you hate Fleet Week with a passion. But others of you will passionately seek out “the D” at Fleet Week SF (performing Oct. 6, 7, 8th in 2017), our annual celebration of loud planes, terrified housepets and attractive, buff sailors who claim to be unmarried. This article is for those
WANNA STAY UP ON ALL THE FREE SHIRTS WE GIVE OUT? MAKE SURE TO FOLLOW ON INSTAGRAM AND SUBSCRIBE TO THE EMAIL LIST! It’s been a tough week in a hard year. Among all the horrors of Donny’s presidency, the terrorism in Las Vegas, and the devastation in Puerto Rico,
This originally appeared in my Broke-Ass City column for the SF Examiner. There’s a scene in the movie “Empire Records,” where all the record store employees hold a funeral for Deb, even though she’s still alive. Earlier in the movie, Deb had tried to kill herself. So her friends and
Now playing at New Conservatory Theater Center through October 22, Harrison David Rivers’ new play This Bitter Earth touches upon many hot button issues, albeit with a depth and sensitivity which might inspire audiences to engage in thoughtful dialogues about the Black Lives Matter movement. The play follows the brief, intense
OFF MENU IS SPONSORED BY EMPEROR NORTON’S BOOZELAND THE TENDERLOIN’S NEWEST HISTORIC DIVE. HAPPY HOUR NOON – 7PM Taking a trip to New York City can be one of the most fun things you’ll do in your lifetime. There’s just so much to do there, like visit museums or immerse yourself in different