Shopping, Style and Beauty
by Monica the Intern Being eco-friendly isn’t always easy on a budget. If you’re new to the game, it seems a lot more trendy than it should be, right? I remember when my parents would bring their bags back to the grocery store from previous trips and everyone
My usual morning routine is: wake up between 8:30 and 9:30, flick between the History, Discovery, Comedy and Travel Channels for an hour or so and then get on the computer. I’m always amazed that by that time, all the blogs I check have already been updated that day, and
I was walking through Dolores Park on one of those unbelievable 70 degree days that San Francisco was blessed with last week. Despite it being January, it felt like May. Gay men were sunbathing in speedos up on the hill, families from Noe Valley were comparing strollers, dogs were humping each other,
Whether you kids [and the economy] like it or not, “the holidays” are coming. Even if Steve Jobs thinks he can play Santa and cancel the big day, that sleigh is still pulling up in the 25th and you’re going to have to get in the mood sooner or later!
So I’ve been reading this awesome book called Dateline Mongolia by Michael Kohn. It’s his story of being a reporter for the English Language newspaper in Mongolia and it’s totally fucking fascinating. I highly recommend it for anyone who is looking for something to read. You can check it out
Sunday April 27th, 2008: Anniversary Indie Mart & Afterparty/ Show featuring The Greening, Steve Taylor & more’ Rock, shop & drink this Sunday’the monthly party that rocks the Mission the last Sunday of every month is back for more! Bringing you over 45 of the best in local designers, vintage,