Advice

26 Nov 2018

How to Drink Wine and Not Become a Monster

I drink wine, often, and in high quantities. I have not always been in this habit, but it comes with the territory of being the Chief Wine Educator and Founder of WineUp. I get asked all the time, “How do you combat the undesired physical effects of wine”? I’m here to share the scoop with you my fellow oenophiles!

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19 Nov 2018

How to Help Glide For Thanksgiving

San Francisco’s most uplifting Thanksgiving tradition is Glide serving more than 5,000 Turkey Day meals to people in need, and Glide is on a last-minute blitz to prepare the hundreds of turkeys and hams, 1,500 pounds of potatoes, 950 pounds of fresh vegetables, and 312 gallons of stuffing necessary to

Joe Kukura- Millionaire in Training 0
17 Nov 2018

The ‘Costco of Weed’ Opens in the Bay Area

We got to talk to Flower Company co-founder Tony Diepenbrock at length about their ‘no middlemen’ service, and how they keep prices so low

Alex Mak - Managing Editor 0
15 Nov 2018

The Fun, Artsy, and Creative ish to do in SF

If you like art, and events that are beautifully crafted, curated and attended, then you’ll find something fun to do on this list.  Go get it. Requiem Mass: A Queer Divine Rite Some beautiful, queer inspired, performance art in our cities most amazing cathedral.  In partnership with San Francisco’s iconic

Kirsten Chen 0
15 Nov 2018

San Francisco Attempts to Shut Down SantaCon

“The City and County of San Francisco have decreed that in their view, SantaCon has no place in San Francisco and the gathering should be shut down” Too bad Santacon started as a counterculture, unpermitted protest against the establishment, so….

Alex Mak - Managing Editor 0
12 Nov 2018

Seriously, Stop Putting TVs in Your Restaurants

The trend of playing “SportsCenter” on nearly every public TV in the nation is one of the great scourges of our time.

Broke-Ass Stuart - Editor In Cheap 0
09 Nov 2018

10 Cool Things to Start Collecting

Collecting requires dedication and passion, willingness to search antique shop after antique shop to find that perfect piece you’ve been searching for. Though being a collector can take time and patience, it pays off. Some collectors’ items become valuable over time, and others reward collectors through entertainment and a sense

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07 Nov 2018

If Trump Takes Control of Russia Probe, Everyone is Taking to the Streets

If this happens it is really serious and shows that Trump feels he is above the law. This is literally how dictatorships start.

Broke-Ass Stuart - Editor In Cheap 0