South of Market
San Francisco has been getting a nasty rep for losing its edge for a while now, and with only 49 some square miles of land to occupy it’s not hard to see how things can get a little homogenous with the right variables at play. Of these, one be the urban property
One thing the current owners wanted to retain when they took over the Lone Star Saloon a year ago was the blue collar charm and clientele. Although blue collar is an increasingly rare species in these parts, menu-wise the bar seems to be doing it’s best to keep it’s watering
Did you go to the I Live Here SF retrospective the other week like I told you to? Well you should have, but if you didn’t you can still see all the great art when you got to the Muni Diaries Happy Hour tomorrow. This sounds like a pretty rad
While the French are just now begrudgingly admitting that California puts out some badass wine, we here in the Bay Area have known this for years. In fact it’s probably harder to get bad wine in San Francisco than it is to get good wine…not that I can really tell
Photo by Julie Michelle Awhile back I took part in Julie Michelle’s I Live Here SF project. I’m hoping you just clicked on that link in the last sentence, but if you didn’t I’ll explain. With I Live Here SF, Julie follows around various San Franciscans and photographs them. She
A brand new collection of Broke-Ass Stuart's writing made up of some of his most famous pieces and new things never before published.
Move the dial all the way over to the far side and catch the airwaves tonight at my newest cheap swill border buster, Mexican Radio, tonight at the Lone Star. In the finest of traditions, the Lone Star is playing the part of a skuzzy antro just on the periphery,