Jay’n Bee Club had all the elements of a great Dive Bar, it was old, it had history, it had good drink prices and an extremely local clientele. And it even had bonus features like a patio, a more recently, a very decent pizza oven. The Dive is already closed
Beer drinkers from every corner of the Bay will be stroking their beards and sipping the finest ales, sours, stouts, porters, pilsners, and pub ales the world has ever seen…why? Because it’s SF Beer Week, and there will be hundreds of new beers to try and all sorts of fun events
Now on display at Contemporary Jewish Museum, Lew The Jew And His Circle: Origins Of American Tattoo looks back upon one of New York’s earliest tattoo artists and his contemporaries. The exhibition will remain up through June 9. Albert Morton Kurzman, aka Lew The Jew, was born in New York
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
The Lower Nob Hill bar Bacchus Kirk (925 Bush st.) is officially closing this November. Bacchus was well known in the neighborhood for it’s cocktail specials, its charming little fireplace, and its extremely rare smoking room indoors. We got the news from one of Bacchus’ owners, Sharon Lindley who wrote: “Bacchus Kirk will
Hello, Broke-Ass readers! On Round 1, we covered one of the biggest draws of New York Comic Con: Cosplay. This round, we’re gonna take you into the world of yet another huge draw at NYCC every year: Celebrities. Each & every year, NYCC is packed to the brim with celebrities
it’s nerd & geek heaven. From video games to film to anime to professional wrestling to toys…whatever stunted your sexual awakening growing up will be represented under the roof of New York Comic Con
witches, drinks, bluegrass, films, photos, prints, performance and even an ‘underwater, multimedia experience’. So dive in, the waters just right…and it ain’t even Halloween week yet.