Broke-Ass Stuart - Editor In Cheap
By now you probably know why it’s important to support local businesses: they provide jobs and keep money in the community instead of it circulating out to support corporate profits and share holders. Plus, they act a genuine expression of local pride and passion while often providing a hub for
Let me begin by saying that, if you’ve posted on social media about how upset you are at the looting that has happened, but you haven’t publicly expressed anything about the injustice of George Floyd being murdered by the people who have sworn to “protect and serve” him, you should take
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.
Well, that was an uneventful weekend. Not much really happened…other than an uncoordinated uprising against police violence and racism all over the country. But other than that, it was pretty mellow. This weekend hundreds of thousands – if not millions – of people took to the streets to protest not
Earlier today I posted about the protest going down tonight in Oakland that’s an action against the police murder of George Floyd. I was just made aware that tomorrow (Saturday 5/30) there is one happening in San Francisco as well. As you well know by now, George Floyd was murdered
As you well know by now, George Floyd was murdered on Monday by Minneapolis Police officers in what amounted to a public lynching. The video evidence is so irrefutable that even vile, racist, hate mongers like Rush Limbaugh and Mitch McConnell say the cops look guilty. You know it’s fucked
I was talking with one of my neighbors, who worked as a librarian till COVID 19 shut the libraries. The City assigned him to be a residential shift manager at a quarantine hotel for at risk homeless people. We talked about all the skills he was developing at this new job that he been thrown into after undergoing some quick online trainings.
Yet another major bummer of an announcement. On the heels of the closing of The Stud comes the shutting down of two more bars that I love. I got my start bartending in the Thieves family of bars. I was part of the crew that opened up Dear Mom back
Goddamnit. This one hurts. The Stud is closing. Goddamnit. First opened in 1966, The Stud has had lived in multiple locations over the past 54 but it’s been in its current location on 9th Street for quite some time now. In fact, it was set to close for good in