Broke-Ass Stuart - Editor In Cheap
This came through today from Amy Farah Weiss from the Saint Francis Homelessness Challenge. It’s a great cause and sounds like it will be a wonderful event. I’ll let her explain it below: Over 400 San Francisco residents have signed the SOS petition. What unites us? – We believe that everybody’s needs
I was standing in line at Martuni’s, waiting to take a piss, when these thoughts occurred in this order: 1) Martuni’s is Magical. 2) This place is really too big to only have one fucking bathroom.
Step into a world of productivity with the San Francisco Co-Working Passport. There’s no better way to get your stuff done than to work from a great environment surrounded by other hustlers just like yourself. How does the San Francisco Co-Working Passport work? I’m glad you asked. You start by buying one
I was thinking the other day: wouldn’t it be cool to send all my readers a little something for Valentine’s Day? Who doesn’t like getting something in the mail, especially if it’s cute, funny and just a little naughty? Nobody, that’s who! So that’s what I’ve decided to do. I
OFF MENU IS SPONSORED BY BENDER’S BECAUSE THEY ARE BADASS. DROP BY AND MAKE SOME BAD DECISIONS WITH SOME GOOD PEOPLE! Weird things happen at the Li Po Lounge. I was there one night many years ago for some random basement dance party that a friend was involved with. You know how those
I remember getting my first smartphone in 2008. It was a Blackberry, and I was so excited that I’d be able to take care of emails on the go. I was researching my book, “Broke-Ass Stuart’s Guide to Living Cheaply in New York,” at the time and was on the go all day and night. The idea of being able to handle things without being in front of the computer seemed amazing.
Do you find yourself reading this site and thinking, “Not only do I know all about the East Bay, I can write better than these chumps!”? If so, now is your time to prove it. We’re currently looking to expand our author pool in the East Bay (plus we’re open to other
Looks like Tech CEOs aren’t the only ones trying to avoid paying their fair share of taxes in San Francisco. It seems that now a liquor distribution company is greedily attempting to squirm away from the taxes that San Francisco voters have mandated they pay.