Monica Miller - The Intern
There are holidays and then there are SF sanctioned holidays. They get mentions in your planner and your iCal just like Christmas, and yes, you will be getting so drunk you’ll put Arthur to shame. No matter what the occasion, we like to do it big, plentiful and more awesome than anyone else, no? Listed below are the top 7 holidays that you should definitely not be sick, taken, or sober:
This amazing drawing that sums up SF’s tourists perfectly comes from Townme.com Lets face it — you’ve wanted to go there. You’ve wanted to have your cake and eat it too. There was never a moment where you thought maybe, just maybe, it might be totally exciting to get it
I am extremely excited to announce the release of The Delicious Card! Delicious cardholders get awesome deals at over 30 of your favorite SF eateries! Membership is a great way to explore new places, support local businesses, and support local journalism.
There is nothing in the world quite like a neon sign. Sometimes big and other times small, they tend to represent the most obvious form of advertising in that they’re the best attention getters. I’m more likely to go to a place with a neon sign, since I adore them.
As you are reading this post from your computer, your iPhone or another digital device, it seems like we have always had the help of our friend, the internet, to get all of our reads. Even as many of you are familiar with this website and Stuart, many of you
I know we just finished up the Super Bowl, but if there is one accessory from this shitshow holiday that I cannot live without: The Koozie. One part trailer trash and one part genius invention, The Koozie supercedes all drinking accessories by becoming not only the most vital to your
One thing that I hate about myself is that I always talk too much, and go on too long about things I care about. It’s consistently been a problem throughout my life — it’s what always got me sent to the principals office, what always makes that awkward moment the
We’re only one month into 2011, but I’m sure many of you have already thrown your resolutions out the window and are simply hoping for next year. Your struggle with that last 10 pounds may be a joke, but cervical cancer, unfortunately, is not. This month is Cervical Cancer Awareness
The leaves are blowing around and the temperature is dropping, which means it’s time to celebrate the holiday season. You will overeat and drink too much, all which are fixable. But people are always looking at ways to cut costs around this expensive time of year. Here are a few