Shopping, Style and Beauty
The Edwardian Ball SF is described by the SFWeekly as, “Think Vintage Fetish meets circus theatrics meets industrial arts mayhem.” It blends live music, theatre, fashion, cosplay and circus into a whirlwind and enticing extravaganza set in a romanticized and gentile Neo-Victorian and Edwardian-era gothic and steampunk-tinged distant past that imagines an
Enter to win the Alite Designs Willow Pack below! Our friends over at Alite Designs do awesome stuff. They’ve basically taken the idea of creating gear for the outdoors and made it more simple and stylish. I mean just take a look at the Hot Tamale Sleeping Bag. It has room for one or
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.
Yes, really. We are giving these shirts out for FREE! Read below to learn more! We all know San Francisco changed a lot recently. But really, at it’s core, it’s still one of the most magical cities in the world. Even if it breaks my heart sometimes, and occasionally lets me
Want to show off your scruff? Just For Men, the infamous men’s hair dye product, is teaming up with Broke-Ass Stuart in a #beardspotting giveaway that includes dudes, beards and sports. Go to beardspotting.com & win daily prizes from @JustForMen. Or, enter below for another chance to win! Keith Hernandez &
Since the dawn of Man there have been beards (actually back then we were pretty much covered in beard). Then one day we invented cutting utensils and thought “Hey, let’s use this sharp stuff to carve weird designs into our beards” and we did.