Do you find yourself reading this site and thinking, “I’m young, broke, beautiful (or at least once was), AND 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 and we’re hoping that you, our dear
I have a love-hate relationship with creating TOP 20 playlists of local bands. On one hand, the playlist becomes my favorite thing to listen to for the next year. Additionally, it makes it super easy for me to recommend bands to friends. I also love posting a link to the playlist in my friend’s Facebook feeds when they say, “tired of my music, I need a new playlist.”
So long 2019, don’t let the door hit you on the ass on your way out! Now, let’s all have a seat and scroll through the most read articles published on BrokeAssStuart.com over the past twelve months. Unsurprisingly, they cover progressive views, culture, nightlife, and of course a sprinkling of
The Cheese Board Collective is the kind of place where you’re happy to stand in a hour-long line that may or may not wrap around the block depending on what day and what time you attempt to make it through the golden doors. Golden, because what lies beyond is the
The Golden State Warriors are simultaneously the most loved, most hated and most heavily scrutinized team in the NBA. It’s also true that the Dubs are the best team the league has ever seen. Period. It took all of 2.5 seconds after the Golden State Warriors swept the Portland Trail
Blowfish Sushi to Die For is now a thing of the past, another devastating hit to an era when all things bizarre and beautiful trumped the ordinary and bland. It was a nod to the lavish and strange, to the almost uncomfortable collision of worlds where culinary delicacies were cheekily
My grandpa was infamous in the Berkeley, Albany, El Cerrito area. To many, he was an old, drunk cuss of a man who had peeled his share of potatoes on Navy aircraft carriers. To me, he was Bampa and he was awesome. But awesome or not, he did manage to
Have your listening habits changed from 2009 to 2019? Following in the trend of 2009 vs 2019, I’ve created a playlist that documents the San Francisco bands I was listening to when I started writing about the Bay Area music scene compared to the bands I just eat breakfast with now.