Facebook showed you a vaguebooking post this week entitled “Introducing Face Recognition for More Features.” Facebook, which these days is 90% wannabe viral videos that you can’t scroll past fast enough, announced in a post that showed up once (and only once!) on your timeline earlier this week that “We’re
This originally appeared in my Broke-Ass City column for the SF Examiner. I’ve never quite understood why it’s called the “Walk of Shame.” I mean, I guess there’s some patriarchal bullshit involved, intimating that it’s shameful when a woman does it. But for as long as I can remember, the
I was recently on the Making Ways podcast talking about the unconventional path I took to end up where I am doing this whole weird experiment called Broke-Ass Stuart. I’m really stoked on how it came out because it gives great insight into what it took to build this thing
You get to go to different watering holes on a floating couch, it’s pretty magical. This isn’t about giant brewers with international distribution, it’s about visiting local breweries that make their beer in-house. Beer that is brewed freshly on the premises and then goes straight to the tap and into your glass.
Please listen to this newest podcast and share it. Also, make sure to subscribe. Links are below: itunes Google Play Soundcloud Oh man! We’ve got yet another fantastic episode for you! This time around Sonny and I reminisce about all he stupid shit we used to do as teenagers and about
By Kate Haverston It’s 2018. Across the nation, women are marching and fighting for the same basic rights our mothers and grandmothers fought to obtain. The Trump Administration is chipping away for equal healthcare access for women and equal rights and equal pay in the workplace. Have we really made
This is one of my coolest projects yet! I’m doing a Choose Your Own Adventure day in SF where I’ll be gallivanting around town and YOU will help decide what I do next! Here’s a fine example: To be part of this adventure, watch my instagram stories on 2/22! I’ll
When I was a teenager I LOVED weed. It was my hobby, my extracurricular activity. My friends and I would roll around San Diego smoking pot, while we looked for cool places to smoke more pot. We went on all kinds of ridiculous adventures, giggling all the way.