Starting May 1st (TODAY, people!), and closing May 28th, Refinery 29 is setting up a Pop-Up Shop (aka a campaign called Save Fashion) at the, errr, Port Authority Bus Terminal. Though the aim is obviously to stimulate buying fashion within the financial crisis, the official word is that it is
For those that made it to the recent Fuck the Recession Party or the release party for my SF book, you’ll remember the inimitable Richie Cunning. He blows me away every time I see him play, so I’ve kinda taken up stalking him. It’s nothing too crazy, I’m not like driving by his
In 1970, Scanlans ran a the first piece of Gonzo jouralism about the Kentucky Derby titled “Decadent and Depraved” by Hunter S. Thompson. Even when I read it a few years ago, the strange mixture of the crowd’s high society posturing and lewd, whiskey swilling conduct made a powerful impression.
Gama-Go, one of the awesome local brands that we should be proud of in SF, is finally opening their own flagship storefront. You have probably seen their fashions at Giant Robot, Kinokuniya and other boutiques around the city. They’re usually infested with cartoon Yeti’s, smoking birds and owls ‘” and
4 dumplings for $1 isn’t a miracle to anyone who spends time in Chinatown on days they aren’t catching the Fung-Wah. Same goes for pork buns, 3 of $1; and sesame pancake, $0.75. However, Vanessa’s warrants a special shout out for a number of reasons, the least of which is
It’s hot out, y’all, and beautiful. On the streets of NYC folks are shedding layers like snakes on a rock, caterpillars emerging from their cocoons into butterflies, or beefy, red-faced roadies peeling off their flannel outer layers to reveal the sweaty, fetid Queensryche shirt beneath. It’s time to show those
My mother used to always call me “Grace” and for the longest time, I tried to get rid of the nickname. My clumsy, goofy nature used to amuse my mother to no end, and she often told my teachers that I was born with the “concentration of a fly and