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23 Apr 2018

How to do Your Own PR Without Being a Wanker

This originally appeared on Geek.com Whether you’re trying to get people to come to your alternative Manga art show or you’ve got a new app that connects LARPers to each other, one of the most important and difficult things is letting people know what you’re up to. And that my

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19 Apr 2018

This Week’s News: Pulitzers, Weed, and Snow…in Oakland

This week is all about the cool, the cunning and the cannabis. We’re diverging from the national news update in order to leave your stomach in tact for California’s first legal 420. You can thank me later. Trees here, trees there, trees everywhere In case you live under a rock,

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18 Apr 2018

Tips for Having a Successful Garage Sale

If you’re like most people, you probably don’t wear the majority of what’s in your closet. In fact, your entire home (and any other storage areas you have access to) could be cluttered with items you don’t use on a daily basis or simply shouldn’t have bought in the first

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18 Apr 2018

Brilliant Hidden Flasks to Sneak Booze into Festivals

Now that Coachella is here, festival season is finally upon us. This means donning your cutest threads, shuffling around from stage to stage to see three-quaters of a performance, eating food that comes on a stick, and of course paying exorbitant amounts of money on booze. Thankfully there are hidden

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16 Apr 2018

Kegstand: Fusing Craft Beer & Comedy to Make The Perfect Podcast

Oh loyal Broke-Ass readers, cheers from NYC yet again. Most of you now know me as a sober comedian that lets you know about what’s happening in the comedy world of NYC every week. Well, back in the day before I got sober, I was a fan of the booze.

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12 Apr 2018

These E-Scooters Need to Be Stopped, And We Know How to Do it

On St. Patricks Day, former Uber executives and venture capitalists began dropping electric scooters on the streets of San Francisco like locusts.  They didn’t ask anyone’s permission (which is the Uber business model in more ways than one), they just started dumping e-scooters into the Financial District and near commuter hubs.  So while people

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05 Apr 2018

Meet the Robots that are Replacing our Cooks & Kitchen Staffs

By Jordan Latham I have worked in the service industry for my entire adult life. There are lots of reasons I gravitated toward the back of the house. Love of cooking does not top that list. I never went to culinary school. I was not a young child at my

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