25 Aug 2009

FREE Fernet plus San Franpsycho on Thursday

Fernet-Branca is a weird thing.  It’s wildly popular here in San Francisco, and more or less the national drink of Argentina.  Plus I’m pretty sure they drink it in Italy…but that’s it.  I’ve never seen it anywhere else.  In fact, my buddies were at the Lone Palm a few years

Broke-Ass Stuart - Editor In Cheap 1
25 Aug 2009

Lets Get Fucked Fundraiser! $4 Guava Gimlets at 15 Romolo TONIGHT!

These days, it’s really hard to get some bang for your buck. Whenever possible [read: almost never], I like some of my blood money to go to charity. Luckily, 15 Romolo decided to combine their lovely bar, making a difference and, of course, booze. Because you know we’re always trying

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25 Aug 2009

The Love That Dare Not Speak It’s Name…

We’ve known each other a long time, readers, we’ve been through quite a bit together and for the most part, I feel comfortable sharing things with you and just generally Being Real.  I’d like to Be Real with you now.  It’s difficult to reveal things about yourself when you are

BAS Writers 2
25 Aug 2009

Instrument Jam, Yoga, Self-Defense, TOQUE Party @ Bembe – All FREE

Sometimes finding a theme for these event posts is beyond me.  I am overwhelmed right now ‘“ in the best sense of the word ‘“ by how many awesome FREE things there are to do late August in NYC.  So pardon the mismatched nature of this post.  You don’t want

Danielle Levanas - Bargain Soul Huntress 0
24 Aug 2009

Island Earth Farmers Market = Broke-Ass Food Porn

Calling Island Earth a farmers market is a bit of a misnomer.  It should really be called “heaven”.  Ok, I’m exaggerating, but really it’s a lot closer to being the best food court in the world, than it is to being a farmers market. Basically, the people who run the

Broke-Ass Stuart - Editor In Cheap 2
24 Aug 2009

Broke-Ass Guide to Staying Cool

As I sit here typing all hot and bothered in my steamy apartment, I say to myself, you can do it, just one more month. I’m not a masochistic person, but I do have a soft spot for low electric bills and have always been able to handle the heat

Laura S - Spendthrift Scribe 3
24 Aug 2009

New York, I Love You Part Deux: Times Square

In some article I was reading awhile back, the author talks about what it can be like to be a tourist in NYC.  He says that with other cities one travels to, it’s easy to experience the old aphorism that it’s “a nice place to visit but I wouldn’t want

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