SF healthcare workers lead the way in vaccination, other counties fall behind. California state has announced that the vaccine is now expected to be available to everyone by the end of 2021.
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
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
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
By Sunny Dell Senate Majority Leader (and resident grim reaper) Mitch McConnell doesn’t deserve praise for finally acknowledging that Joe Biden is the president-elect. Stating the obvious after the Electoral College voted Monday, well over a month past the election, isn’t an act worthy of some brownie button. What he
The live entertainment industry has been hit especially hard by the pandemic. This time of year, most performers are double and triple booked, but with shelter-in-place orders, everyone is staying home and staying safe. Many artists have adapted to alternative means of income this season, utilizing all of their creativity
If you or someone you love is collecting unemployment, remind them that the deadline to submit 2019 income documents is December 11th. Nearly a million Californians who received Pandemic Unemployment Assistance have been told they might have to repay some of their benefits if they can’t document the 2019 income
Thanksgiving is here and with the Center for Disease Control strongly advising people to not travel for the holiday this year in order to lower the risk of getting and spreading COVID-19, more people may be searching for a restaurant to eat in instead. Depending on where you live and