SURVIVING THANKSGIVING IN SF II: THE $30 BUDGET BASIC BIRD DAY BELT BUSTER It’s your second Thanksgiving away from your family. You’re one of the few people that stayed behind in the city. Because of this, most of us have handselected our own non-nuclear family consisting of voluntarily insane friends. But
Rad Upcoming SF Events PUNKS GIT CUT: JAY HOWELL ZINE SIGNING THU. 11/12 | 6:00PM @ 111 MINNA GALLERY ‘Punks Git Cut ‘ gathers all of Howell’s highly sought-after mini comics, zines, rare one-offs, and select paintings into one glorious 420-page collection. Jay Howell’s decidedly west coast aesthetic
Veteran’s Day Freebie Guide: Where to Dine, Drink and other freebies in San Francisco on November 11!
Although I am from suburban America and there’s something oddly comforting about shopping in a retail plaza that consists of everything I need in one location, I am not a fan of corporate chain restaurants. I have spent many a day with my suburban group of friends under the faux
Beautiful Women in Bookstores is exactly what it sounds like. It’s a celebration of reading, intelligence, independent bookstores, and of course, beautiful women. In a time when bookstores seem to be disappearing this is our effort to show how sexy books and reading really are.
This article originally appeared on App360 in February 2014 I don’t recall what ridesharing service it was. It could’ve been Lyft, Uber, Flywheel, Side Car, or Aladdin’s magic carpet. I don’t remember. Given the amount of startups in San Francisco, The City’s populace has become lab rats for the testing of every new app
This piece originally appeared on The Bold Italic in October of 2013. The awesome illustrations were done by John Leguizamo Reno calls itself the “Biggest Little City in the World.” That’s bullshit. Anyone who’s lived in San Francisco knows that that’s a title that should be wedged between “Baghdad by the Bay” and “The City That
San Francisco is a special place. A place where we never leave the house without layers. Where it’s normal to call in sick to work because it’s finally 80 degrees and you want to drink a beer in the park. A place where most adults have costume boxes and where