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Win Tix to The Haberdash: A Celebration of SF Men’s Fashion

This shit is hella fun. I MC’d the […]

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Win A FREE Beer at the Bold Italic’s FREE NFL Sunday Kick-Off Party!

Have you been to Virgil's Sea Room yet? It's a pretty fucking rad place. I actually just wrote about it in 7x7 last week. Every time

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BAS Pride 2013: Win a Pair of Tix to San Francisco’s Big Gay Birthday Party!

Happy Pride 2013...We at BAS are once gain bringing you the best and cheapest that pride has to offer, from cheap drinks, to free events, to give

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Win Tickets to The Bold Italic’s Spring Fling Dance

I love The Bold Italic. Not only do they have incredible design and wonderfully written articles, they also help pay my bills by publishing some of

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Pingers and Pongers Unite: Berlin-Style Ping-Pong

Berlin-style ping-pong is blowing up. Not only has it been the subject of a great essay by the Bold Italic, it’s been explained, over and over

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FREE Booze All Week Long From the Bold Italic

The fine people over at The Bold Italic have taken it upon themselves to encourage men to dress better.  And I don't blame them, we're

Go-Go Dancing and Leather at Chaps II

Barfly be thy Name - Chaps II

My flat mate, Nevin, is currently working on a piece about the ins and outs of go-go dancing

FREE Drinks, Cheap Tacos and $5 Bang Trims in the "Microhood" of Mint Slope

You might remember how I feel about completely made up neighborhoods.  I'm not gonna go into my spiel again because you can just click on

FREE Beer in the Completely Made Up Neighborhood of FolSoMa

[caption id="" align="alignnone" width="500" caption="This is the FolSoMa look of the future"][/caption] I'm not the biggest fan of made up neighborhoods.  Historically speaking, whenever a "neighborhood" is pieced

A Pessimist’s Guide to Becoming an “Artist” in San Francisco

With the Art Institute, Academy of Art, and CCA making their homes here, the Bay Area is rife with young “artists,” the local galleries teeming with