Music

20 Jul 2018

Patron of the Week: Becky Robinson-Leviton

I love any opportunity to support the folks who support me, which is why I’m so excited to be doing this Patron of the Week series. From art to activism to non-profits, so many of the people who support Broke-Ass Stuart on Patreon do other really wonderful things as well.

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13 Jul 2018

How a Dope Music Festival Should Be: Mo Pop

Why Your Festival Should Be Like Mo Pop If you haven’t been to a music festival you’ve either been captive, super broke, or living under a rock in a country without music festivals. For the rest of us, even if you’ve just been to one, you know that some aspects

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12 Jul 2018

The 15 Best Things to Do This Week

Rad Upcoming SF Events IMPRINT CITY UNCAGED NIGHTS PRESENTED BY TIGER BEER THU. 7/12 | 8:00PM @ GREAT AMERICAN MUSIC HALL Join local San Francisco non-profit Imprint City for our final Uncaged Night event at the iconic Great American Music Hall with DJ Cutso. The music showcase will feature the

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03 Jul 2018

Legendary Punk Nerds Rocked Oakland w/ Fred Armisen

Devo Diaries at Burger Boogaloo By Jordan Latham It was a warm, apocalyptically dark pink night when I showed up at Mosswood Park Saturday, the “Mad Max” skies courtesy of another fire season off to a hellacious start. The Burger Boogaloo has become an annual pilgrimage of mine since The

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02 Jul 2018

Punk Rock Karaoke for Trans Inclusive Gym in Brooklyn

Going to the gym can be stressful for anyone but it can be especially difficult for those whose outside appearance may not represent who they really are (read Shakina’s experience with it right here). Trans people live with the knowledge that just using a public bathroom could result in awkward

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19 Jun 2018

Punk Island Music Festival is coming to NYC. It’s gonna be free and very fucking loud

By Kate Hoos The season of summer outdoor music festivals is upon us! We all know the names of the big players- Governors Ball, Warped Tour, Bonnaroo, The Meadows, Riot Fest- but there are smaller contenders for your attention too, bubbling right below the surface. One such fest is Punk

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05 Jun 2018

A Broke-Ass Guide To NYC Live Music This Week

It’s 2018 in a dystopian future. Trump is president. Immigrants are being detained in mass. Sex abusers are being outed. Flint still doesn’t have clean water & The Mighty Mighty Bosstone’s have finally had to knock on wood. The good news? Artists and musicians are putting out some of their

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