Maybe you’re like Nik, and you’re boycotting the Super Bowl and the NFL. Or maybe you’re just not feeling the Super Bowl this year and want another option for your night. Perhaps you’ve never been much of a football fan to begin with. With the Super Bowl fast approaching you
If your January wasn’t as eventful as you had hoped it would be, here’s a list of the big fairs, launches, marches, fundis, parties and all around art happenings. Start the weekend at one or two of the art fairs happening we’ve heard about in San Francisco, then make your
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
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
As former mayoral candidate and resident Editor-in-Cheap Stuart Schuffman once observed, “There’s a lot of poop on our streets.” There’s even a poop map of San Francisco. It’s an ongoing crisis of humanitarian proportions, with over 10,000 homeless people in our city and far too few places for them to do their business.
2018 was a rough year for people who use the Internet, as distinguished from the bots that now account for a majority of online traffic, or the corporate behemoths that continue to monetize us. One bright spot, however, offers reasons for cautious optimism. Facebook, in particular, has screwed the user privacy pooch so many times that mounting global public outrage at Silicon Valley’s corporate carelessness is finally forcing policymakers to pay attention and consider potential interventions.
San Francisco’s self-care obsession is just another thing that makes its residents feel like they can’t catch their breath. As if rising rent costs, skyrocketing crime rates, political turmoil and the ongoing tragedy of the homeless crisis weren’t enough. Even though the goals of self-care are to relax and enjoy life, the path is now a rabid, stressful competition to get the most likes on Instagram.