Broke-Ass Stuart - Editor In Cheap
Anyone who has had a drunk night on 11th Street knows all about Crepes A Go Go, the awesome little crepe cart wedged between two buildings and saving drunk peoples’ lives. Chances are you’ve probably eaten there, even if you don’t remember it. I’ve eaten there a gazillion times, a)
Concentrate on this. Sure, it lacks the same fanfare and international acclaim as its older brother 4/20, but 7/10 is quickly gaining respect as the national day to celebrate (end enjoy) cannabis extracts, oils, and dabs.
Harvest has July 4th covered with special events in their lounges, and red hot products in their stores. Ember Valley will be offering special flower tastings in our lounge from 12-8pm, along with Kanha infused-gummies. Look for $2 bong rips all day (so much yes) and a special BOGO for $1 deal from Kanha.
What’s going on in the immigrant detainment camps on the US/Mexico border is a travesty. Quite simply, anyone who supports this is a bad person. Any argument you use to legitimize separating children from their parents and depriving them of soap and toothbrushes is invalid.
In the near future there will be a brand new museum in town called the San Francisco Cultural History Museum. Given the name, you can probably ascertain that it’s a museum dedicated the cultural history of San Francisco…Duh. While there’s no set date on when it will open its door,
This guy is trying to make extra money by renting out the tent he lives in on SleepAround. And it seems to be working!
Step into a world of adventure with the San Francisco Coffee Passport. There’s no better way to explore a place than to literally drink it in. This passport is amazing, you get 31 cups of coffee at 31 excellent cafes for $35. It honestly doesn’t get much better than that, unless you get
Earlier today Mission Local reported that everyone’s favorite pie shop/community space was closing down. Mission Pie has been at the corner of Mission and 25th St. for the past 12 years. I’m pretty sure I first heard about it on Mission Mission way back when the shop first opened. Back