Howdy, brokesters… apologies for the lack of TBC musings as of late. Happy new year and shit. If you follow me on Twitter/are stalking me in real life, you know that I spent the holiday season getting blotto in my beloved home state of Wisconsin. Yes, America’s darling Dairyland. Land
Every week we feature a different person from the community shedding a little light on their life of brokeitude. Who knows, maybe you’ll learn something about the human spirit…probably not.
Last night was the premiere of the much-hyped sitcom 2 Broke Girls. Centered around Max (Kate Dennings), a broke-ass and strong-willed waitress living in Williamsburg, Brooklyn, her life is changed when former heiress Caroline (Beth Behrs) enters her life as a new waitress. Beth uses her business savvy to help
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You know you are a real nerd when you have nothing else to do tonight but go watch a movie about nerds – and then proceed to drink a sip of your beer every time you hear the word “nerd” in the movie… Sounds kind of perfect, right? Tonight at CS:SF
Golden Gate Park and Dolores Park, respectively, are the parks when it comes to San Francisco. Mountain Lake Park tends to go unnoticed in comparison to these giants. Let’s not forget that Mountain Lake Park has equally as much to offer as those mentioned above. This place has something for
When you’ve grown up somewhere, there eventually comes the time when you’re walking down the street and realize: that you have walked up and down that street so many times, hung out on it with your friends, passed through it on the way to a party – and it’s not
With the markers of Halloween behind us and Thanksgiving ahead, we Bay Area dwellers know that there is very little time before the months of incessant rain arrive to ruin our outdoor fun. So make use of the next few weekends! If you’ve never been to the Oakland Art Murmur,