There is a Leonard Cohen poem called For Anne that goes like this:
With Annie gone,
whose eyes to compare
with the morning sun?
Not that I did compare,
But I do compare
Now that she’s gone
OFF MENU IS SPONSORED BY EMPEROR NORTON’S BOOZELAND THE TENDERLOIN’S NEWEST HISTORIC DIVE. HAPPY HOUR NOON – 7PM What’s there to say? You drank too much last night, made some poor decisions, and now have to live with yourself…and a terrible headache…and possibly the shits. At least going to these places will make
Bento is an app that delivers custom Asian-inspired meals on demand. Build your Bento from your choice of one main dish and four sides, and receive it in minutes. Bento’s food is prepared fresh daily in their kitchen by a talented staff led by Chef Mattin Noblia, a world-renowned chef from
Farm To Fork San Francisco is gathering advocates and lovers of food in an effort to raise awareness around sustainability issues and showcase the best farms, artisan food producers, breweries, cideries, distilleries and wineries in the Bay Area. The event hosts free-of-charge exhibitor section where attendees can view demonstrations and
Rad Upcoming SF Events Nothing Lasts Forever: A Solo Show by Eddie Colla THU. 08/06 | 7:00PM – 9:30PM @ 1AM GALLERY Presenting a solo exhibition by Eddie Colla fresh off an extended international tour with his new collection, “Nothing Lasts Forever.” The show revolves around the images Colla has
Yeah we went there, we tracked down the 10 worst places to get a burrito in San Francisco. Hours worth of data collection, dozens of interviews with food experts and drunks allowed us to compile the totally unbiased, indisputable, MASTER LIST of the absolute worst burritos in San Francisco CA city limits. Nate Silver, Anna Maria Barry-Jester, and Five Thirty Eight…eat your hearts out.
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