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This profile of Creativity Explored is the second in our Nonprofit of the Month series where we focus on smaller Bay Area nonprofits. If you’d like to nominate an organization to be featured, please email Stuart@BrokeAssStuart.com When many people hear the term “people with developmental disabilities,” they think of limitations.
by Dee Dee Thompson This morning, I made my first purchase at Adore Me, a subscription-based online retailer for sleepwear, lingerie, and activewear. After a few months of disappointment with the plus-size options at Savage x Fenty (Rihanna’s lingerie subscription site) I decided to try something new, and admittedly a
Buying gifts for loved ones is a treat. You get to hit the stores, find a great present and then watch their excited faces as they open it. However, you may find yourself stuck at the first step — figuring out what they want. Here’s a tip — gender-neutral gifts
Here we see the Rev. Cecil Williams holding court at the Glide Legacy Gala, one of the biggest annual charity extravaganzas on the San Francisco social calendar. This year’s 10th annual Glide Legacy Gala is Saturday, September 7, and the fabulous folks at the Glide Legacy Committee have offered the Broke-Ass
by Kattoo King The internet is overcrowded with articles about the effects of fast fashion on both the fashion industry and the environment. We’ve all heard the story: cheap clothes, which are made of plastic and designed to be disposable, are overcrowding closets and landfills across the world; and none
You’ve heard about it on dates. You’ve read about it on Tinder profiles. You’ve seen it emblazoned on startup t-shirts worn at 21st Amendment.
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
Step into a world of adventure with the Oakland Beer Passport. There’s no better way to explore Oakland than to literally drink it in. The Oakland Beer Passport is amazing, you get 26 beers at 26 bars for $40. It honestly doesn’t get much better than that…unless you get one for