Every week we feature a different person from the community shedding a little light on their life of brokeitude. Who knows, maybe you’ll learn something about the human spiritâ€¦probably not.
Last night’s free lecture was pretty sweet, and not just because professor Patrick Gannon had a delivery like Kids in the Hall’s Kevin McDonald. He showed us some gross anatomical brain asymmetries consistent in humans, chimps, and gorillas in the ‘œcomprehension’ brain regions before propelling into more subtle asymmetries in
Serial First Dating: the act of (or addiction to) only going on first dates with members of whatever sex you want to bone. If you’re aggressive about it (or are on OKCupid) it’s possible to score 7 dates in a week. There are good, bad, and annoying things about
Today I’m going to reveal a little inner dorkling, but don’t worry, I’ll temper it with some theatrical overcompensation, Tarantino style. After university, I walked away from a neuro-imaging internship with Harvard to go teach tennis in Switzerland. I’ve been sidetracked ever since, but still love all things neuro, including
Even in the best of times, the city can be a cold, hard place when you’re young, queer and just spent the last of your money on a one-way ticket here from Gaybashville, USA. The Castro can offer plenty in the way of hook-ups and booze, but often
Like organizations that use anime-eyed children in fundraising campaigns, Brooklyn brewer Kelso is using something we have a powerful weakness for – free beer – to leverage positive impact. For the rest of this month they are offering a ‘œPint for Pint’ program whereby you can present an official declaration
The Clay Theatre is known for their hilarious Midnight Movie specials and is often prone to crazy contests before their showings on Saturday nights. When I was a lame ass freshman in the dorms, living on campus at SFSU [aka middle of nowhere], my dorm-mates and I would constantly look