Arts and Culture
Since I officially announced that I was running for mayor the main question everyone has been asking me is “So, what’s your platform?” because that’s what you’re supposed to ask. The thing that most people don’t get though is that platforms are rolled out throughout a campaign. Like, what’s Hillary Clinton’s platform?
Since I have a big, loud, obnoxious voice in The Bay Area, I figured I’d lend it to my fellow mayoral candidates who also want to see Ed Lee dethroned. Not everyone has the millions of dollars that Lee has or the reach that I do, so it’s only fair to
It’s a funny thing—the places in the world with the hottest weather are also the most intolerant of nudity. Try flashing a nipple in Latin America and and look around for some nods (nods of “you’re about to die”). Show some cheek in the Arab world and see how many friends
I originally did this piece for The Bold Italic in January 2015. Shortly afterwards it closed down. And now it’s back open. This piece is updated version of a piece I did in 2011. The incredible illustrations were done by the brilliant Jon Stich. Living in San Francisco means being torn apart. It means having people
This column was supposed to be in the SF Examiner a few weeks ago, but when I took out my papers I received a stern lecture from the San Francisco Ethics Commission about how I couldn’t write about my experiences as a candidate for the paper without falling foul of campaign finance laws. While
Rad Upcoming SF Events Tito Puente Jr. THU. 07/02 | 7:30PM @ YOSHI’S OAKLAND The comparison is inevitable. How could it be otherwise? Tito Puente Jr. carries his father with him – imprinted on his physical being and locked in his soul. It’s in his looks, his joy, his music.
I’ll admit it, I totally use the fact that I briefly lived in San Francisco to sound cooler (seems impossible, seeing my level of coolness, right? WRONG). I’m also willing to bet that if you ever make the stupid mistake of leaving the Bay Area, you will too. In Europe