Alex Mak - Managing Editor

18 Nov 2021

QAnon Mascot Gets 3 Years for Capital Insurrection, Despite Mental Illness and Horns

There may not be a better mascot or symbol for the Qanon movement, than a mentally ill, white 30-something, dressed in a meaningless costume, with a mild god complex and very little actual understanding of how government works.

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15 Nov 2021

After 30 years SF’s Only Gay Sex Club & Sauna is Moving

After 30 years SF’s Only Gay Sex Club and Sauna is moving locations. Eros spokesperson Ken Rowe told BrokeAssStuart.com that the sauna, steam, showers, and massage club on 2051 Market St. is closing and they have signed a new lease “closer to downtown”. No word on the exact new location

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08 Nov 2021

How to Get $300+ Worth of Free Stuff at Rad Bay Area Restaurants

I am extremely excited to announce the release of The Delicious Card! Delicious cardholders get awesome deals at over 37 delectable Bay Area eateries! Membership is a great way to explore new places, support local businesses, AND support local journalism. And all you gotta do is join the Broke-Ass Stuart Patreon for $10

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15 Nov 2021

SF’s New ‘Eagle’s Nest’ Concert Hall & Monument to Music

In a small crowd of journalists, students, and millionaires we sat and listened to Yo-Yo Ma play his cello in the new state-of-the-art and very fun to say Cha Chi Ming Recital Hall

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08 Nov 2021

Mission Local Makes ‘SF Corruption Scandal’ Quiz & Interactive Map

It’s important not to get complacent about the corruption, cronyism, lies, and federal crimes perpetrated by our local city government

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08 Nov 2021

Portugal Makes it Illegal for Your Boss to Text You After Work in New ‘Remote Work’ Laws

Under the new rules, employers could face penalties for contacting workers outside of office hours. Companies will also have to help pay for expenses incurred by remote working, such as bigger electricity and internet bills. 

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04 Nov 2021

Ages 5-11 Soon Have to Show Vaccine Cards in San Francisco

  San Francisco County will soon require children ages 5-11 to show proof of Covid-19 vaccination to enter certain indoor public spaces like restaurants, entertainment venues and sporting events, just like adults, SF public health officials said this week. The local vaccine mandate already requires children and adults over the

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04 Nov 2021

San Jose Started Vaccinating Children! Other Bay Counties Taking Appointments

The CDC officially recommended the Pfizer-BioNTech coronavirus vaccine for use in children ages 5 – 11 this week.  In the Bay Area, Santa Clara County was first to officially begin administering the vaccine to its population of 167,000 children, they already had shots going into arms on Wednesday morning according

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03 Nov 2021

The Best META-verse Memes on the Internets

Facebook famously rebranded this week, bringing all of its acquired properties like Instagram, Whatsapp, and  Occulus under the same umbrella brand called ‘Meta’.   A bit like what ‘Alphabet’ is to Google, only somehow much more toxic. The ‘Meta’ promotional videos were blasted around the internet and starred Mark Zuckerberg, doing

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