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31 Dec 2020

Our 10 Most Popular Articles of 2020

It was a hell of a year. BrokeAssStuart.com, like many independent media outlets and small businesses were hanging on by our proverbial fingernails. In 2020 we realized that everything we got paid to promote had to do with going out into the community, and that was all over with. The

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31 Dec 2020

The Streets of San Francisco & Oakland in 2020

What a year. To tell the story of 2020 I teamed up with Bay Area photographer Marcell Turner, whose imagery captures both the comforting and horrifying views of our streets in vivid detail.  Let’s take a visual walk down memory lane, in both Oakland and San Francisco.  All photography by

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30 Dec 2020

Which Companies You Should Shoplift From

Let’s begin by saying that I can’t legally tell you to shoplift. So from here on out, I’ll be encouraging you to “borrow” from multibillion dollar corporations who receive welfare from the government while you can barely pay your bills. There have been oodles of books and articles laying out

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29 Dec 2020

Richmond Incubator Program Pairs Would-Be Chefs With Shuttered Restaurants

The plight of struggling restaurants has been a devastating epidemic within the pandemic, forcing many to close doors for good. But as they say, when one door closes, another opens.  In a valiant effort to forge a silver lining in these dark days, one group in Richmond is transforming the

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16 Dec 2020

Mission Cheese to Close After 10 Years of Serving SF

Sadly, another delicious San Francisco eatery has announced it will close forever, at the end of December.  If you would to taste their delectable American made cheeses again, you should order from them sometime in the next two weeks.

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16 Dec 2020

4 Ways To Actually Help Your Struggling Local Restaurant

As the Covid-19 pandemic continues to decimate our country, small businesses and restaurants are taking the brunt of the devastation. Well, other than the 300,000 lives lost to the virus. Over 110,000 restaurants have closed either permanently or long-term since the health crisis began and with indoor dining shutting down

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14 Dec 2020

Local Burger Joint Making Sure Low Income Kids Get Presents This Year

By Vani Ari Hello good people of San Francisco. Want to celebrate a local business that is supporting low income students? Of course you do! Sure, times are tough during a global pandemic, but in your jaded center, you have a heart of gold. There’s never a bad time to

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14 Dec 2020

The Cliff House is Closing Permanently…and it’s The National Park Service’s Fault

Yet another true San Francisco legend is closing down permanently. As we reported back in July, The Cliff House shut down temporarily because continuing to do businesses during COVID wasn’t economically feasible. But now it seems they are permanently closing because their landlord, the Federal Government, is shaking them down. A

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