Amiee Kushner

22 Jun 2016

Are These the Last 24 Hours Restaurants in San Francisco?

San Francisco has been slowly losing restaurants that are open 24 hours. We lost the Baghdad Cafe in 2011, The Lucky Penny last year and Sparky’s was the most recent casualty in February.

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15 Jun 2016

When Gay Nightclubs Act as Safe Spaces for Straight Women

When I heard of the shooting in Orlando my stomach sank. Once again so many innocent people had been the victims of gun violence and a hate crime. Later as I began to process the staggering number of victims, I knew that among the gay men tragically lost, there would likely

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17 Jun 2022

The San Francisco Beer Passport is Here!

Step into a world of adventure with the San Francisco Beer Passport. There’s no better way to explore San Francisco than to literally drink it in. This passport is amazing! Each one contains 37 coupons to buy one beer, get a second beer FREE at 37 of the finest locally owned bars,

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19 Apr 2016

A Different Kind of Jewish Bondage in San Francisco

A nearly 450 person strong Jewish BDSM, kink, poly/non-monogamy and sex-positive group organizes in San Francisco

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12 Apr 2016

7 Tax Tips to Avoid Headaches and Costly Mistakes

Understand the difference between 1099 and W-2 income and how to use them to your advantage. Most broke-asses work multiple jobs. For some you may be classified as an employee (W-2) and others as an independent contractor or self-employed (1099). Always ask when you start a new job!

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04 Apr 2016

How to See the San Francisco Giants for Cheap(er)

Our boys in Orange and Black are back and not only are they looking even-year good, they are still adorable. I’m a Bay Area native who is old enough to grumble at you youngins who don’t remember what it was like to be a real Giants fan and freeze your

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01 Apr 2016

10 Tips for Newbies at the SF Library’s Big Book Sale

This week brings one of my favorite shopping events in San Francisco. The bi-annual Friends of the San Francisco Public Library’s Big Book Sale fundraiser! This sale is a broke-ass book lover’s dream and should not be missed. Happening once in the spring and once in the fall, the organization

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23 Mar 2016

Passover vs Easter: A showdown of Biblical Proportions

The springtime holidays are upon us. Shortly after the vernal equinox we have Easter Sunday and a few weeks later we have the beginning of Passover. Some years they even overlap. Like 50% of young Jews in America I come from an interfaith family so I’ve had the opportunity to

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15 Mar 2016

How To Make The Best Corned Beef

How a half Irish, half Jewish, ALL american makes corn beef on St. Patricks Day.

“Corned beef and cabbage was a meal created out of necessity and convenience by broke-ass American immigrants.”

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