Guest Writer

13 Nov 2018

Thank You Ralph, An Unforgettable Encounter with a Gonzo Legend

By Tess F. Stevens Haight Street 2018, a buzzing motorized hallway filled with Ubers and Lyfts, and I’m in one with an eccentric former artist and now, photographer of “women over 50,” Denise, who has lived in San Francisco for 20 years. “What’s going on at the gallery tonight?” She asked,

Guest Writer 0
07 Nov 2018

Trump’s New Plan To Send Back The Irish

By Kelly O’Grady Amongst his platform for his 2020 reelection is President Trump’s plan to have all the Irish of American ancestry or otherwise rounded up and sent back to “Their tiny sad island, where I’m told they have golf courses that are of course not as nice as my

Guest Writer 0
07 Nov 2018

Trump’s Platform for 2020: ‘Send Back The Irish’

By Kelly O’Grady Amongst his platform for his 2020 reelection is President Trump’s plan to have all the Irish of American ancestry or otherwise rounded up and sent back to “Their tiny sad island, where I’m told they have golf courses that are of course not as nice as my

Guest Writer 0
31 Oct 2018

Check Out All These Mini Film Fests in the Bay Area

Guest post by Peter Wong The San Francisco Bay Area is a wonderful place to be for those who know Hollywood does not offer the beginning or the end of cinema’s possibilities.  At certain weekends of the year, several differently-themed small festivals present their annual offerings simultaneously. This coming weekend

Guest Writer 0
30 Oct 2018

Arctic Monkey Frontman has a New Haircut! Oh! and a new Album too

By Laina Petrinec Arctic Monkeys’ frontman Alex Turner ditched his rockstar hairdo and delivered SF with a heavy dose of their newest albums’ mid-tempo tunes. The Arctic Monkeys’ newer fans would have been happy at their set at the Bill Graham theater this October which was majorly focused (60% of

Guest Writer 0
16 Oct 2018

11 Things Every Dogwalker Should Know in San Francisco

By Max Silver Here are some general guidelines for folks living in the city of SF who wish to get employed in the dog-walking industry. The author of this article walked dogs for a living in San Francisco, as well as in Chicago, for (ruff)ly two and a half years.

Guest Writer 0
16 Oct 2018

After Kavanaugh, Only Women Can Save Us Now

By Trish Nelson It’s official. On October 6th, we placed a shotgun beer drinking guy named “Brett” onto the Supreme Court to serve as an impartial judiciary advisor for The United States of America until presumably, around the year 2050. As we’ve come to understand, Brett is the perfect flesh

Guest Writer 0