07 Dec 2023

The Film Noir Game Full of Murder, Manipulation & Mayhem

As you could imagine, a typical shindig just wouldn’t cut it for our team here at Broke-Ass Stuart. This year, for our holiday party, we decided to spice it up by, you know, casually plotting each other’s demise. Okay, maybe not entirely kidding. We collaborated with The Racket, an immersive

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03 Dec 2023

Happy Honking Holidays: TubaChristmas Comes to SF

If you’re looking for an offbeat, wholesome way to hear some FREE festive holiday honks performed by live tuba players, try TubaChristmas. TubaChristmas can be seen twice this holiday season in San Francisco: 2pm Sunday December 10th at Noe Valley Town Square and 4pm Saturday, December 16th at El Rio.

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06 Nov 2023

California’s Bizarre Thanksgiving History

BY DAVID COPPIN LANEGAN David Coppin Lanegan (@willybillybilliam, is a writer and musician. Find his SubStack Jawbone here, and his band Wavesons’ music here.  Thanksgiving has been an official holiday in the United States since 1863 when, in the midst of the Civil War, President Abraham Lincoln declared the last Thursday in

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19 Oct 2023

Halloween Costume Etiquette this Year

Halloween costumes can be fun, creative, meaningful, and/or festive. Halloween costumes also come with some caveats and the notion that what we wear and what others wear is a two-way street. 

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04 Aug 2023

Can Jerry Day Turn Around The Doom Loop in SF?

This weekend in SF’s Excelsior District, the city will celebrate Jerry Garcia with Jerry Day and Jerry Nite.  I met one of the organizers, Tom Murphy, at Harmonic Brewery when Dead and Co played their final show at Oracle Park. I knew Jerry Day was a big thing for deadheads,

14 Jun 2023

How to Politely (and Safely) Piss Off Your Conservative Neighbors During Pride Month

It’s hard out there to be queer, even in havens like San Francisco, Ann Arbor, Ft. Lauderdale (yes, Florida), or NYC, you’re always going to find anti-LGBTQ+ “humans” and sentiments. But don’t let that stop you from celebrating you and yours. Some of us understand and love that the first

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10 Mar 2023

Grab a Guinness, Saint Patrick’s Day Events Are Here

In San Francisco, Saint Patrick’s Day brings us some of the most fun events. You’ll find some traditional and not-so traditional ways to celebrate the holiday throughout the week. With rain in the forecast, I predict we see some epic poncho-filled pub crawls and maybe even a few folks trying

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20 Sep 2022

First Time at Folsom Street Fair? What to Expect

It’s Folsom Street Fair, motherfuckers. Whether you’re about to indulge your polite curiosity or debut your sadomasochism, here’s some of what to expect. Citywide traffic. Throughout the city, hotels and AirBnbs run scarce. Traffic standstills accumulate on South of Market streets beginning early Sunday morning. Freaks from every corner of

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