Your alarm goes off. “Fuck…” you mumble to yourself. Your mouth tastes like bad decisions and your tongue feels like sandpaper. You’re not sure if you’re hungover or still drunk but you know you’re in such bad shape that you’re even creating new swearwords, “Oh Jesus fuckhammer” you groan. Then
The ‘Comedian You Should Know’ series highlights funny people performing in San Francisco. We start off with Al Madrigal, a SF native & Daily Show with Jon Stewart regular, Performing standup at Cobb’s Comedy Club May 22 – 24th He’s been called Jon Stewart’s ‘secret latino weapon‘ and the “Senior Latino
So much more than a graduation gift or banker’s front pocket accessory, the fountain pen is still the best way to write longhand. A fountain pen will tighten up your penmanship and loosen your grip, saving you from writer’s cramp. Contrary to the marketing hype of a few high end
“Ed Lee, can’t you see, we don’t need more luxury!” Chants echoed through the halls of government May 8th, when hundreds of protesters raised their voices in support of a temporary halt to evictions in San Francisco, and a stop to market-rate developments in the Mission District.
Let’s talk about poop. Freud compared it to sex, and I think he may be right. Shitting is a form of ejaculation we were introduced to as infants. Sex is expensive. Pooping is FREE….well, if you know where to go. Here are the best five bathrooms to shit for FREE
There’s something magical about a hotel that’s been taken over by artists. Generally in hotels you walk past rooms in the night and wonder what strangers may be up to behind closed doors. At stARTup Art Fair at the Hotel Del Sol, you got to walk into any room you
Off Menu is our tribute to the service industry. It’s where we cover restaurant openings and bar closings, industry rumors and inside dirt. It’s where we cheer on our favorite chefs, servers, and nightlife superheroes. And the best part is, it comes from those of us that live that life,
The “Artist You Should Know” series highlights local artists before they exhibit their work somewhere awesome, it’s our way of supporting the creative community and helping to keep San Francisco a strange and wonderful place. Meet artist Joshua Coffy, the ‘gifting king of San Francisco’ Sometimes a little inspiration is all we need.