The idea behind the Month of Momentum was to try and build a more widespread, grassroots movement to close the camps. Each group that signed up for a day of action is doing their own outreach, therefore spreading the organizing out into 30 different communities.
Your friends’ Burning Man posts are already freaking relentless on Facebook, and you’re the sad sack who’s stuck at home. But don’t trip! There are plenty of Bay Area events if you’re not at Burning Man from August 25 – September 2, and it turns out San Francisco and Oakland
Are your parents or grandparents watching too much Fox News? Are they getting brainwashed into thinking Trump is a necessary evil or that all Americans should have access to automatic rifles? Then you can do something about it! Use the ‘parental lock’ feature on your tv set and stop the
by Hannah Harkness No online magazine would be complete without an astrology section, but we also want to be a publication that asks HARD CUTTING EDGE QUESTIONS! We at BrokeAssStuart reached out to professional astrologers/ comedians Julia Schachter and Elise Edwards with some tough questions to get the real dirt
by Jeff Simmermon The Following is taken from comedian and storyteller Jeff Simmermon’s weekly series “Cooking is Coping” – where he describes how cooking helps him deal with depression, anxiety, and stress. To learn more about Jeff’s coping and recipes, click here. This is a recipe for my “Authentic” Dhal,
Since we still have some copies of our other passports lying around we figured we’d get them in your hands at discounted prices: – The Oakland & Berkeley Coffee Passport is only $15 right here (exp. 12/1/19) – The SF Co-Working Passport is only $15 right here (exp. 1/1/20) –
by Hannah Harkness “Since day one, I have pushed for the strongest, most effective criminal and civil tools possible to confront the horrific abuses of online sex trafficking,” – “H.R. 1865 with the Walters Amendment is the most effective way to empower victims, equip state and local prosecutors, and ensure
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