Congratulations! After spending weeks and weeks in a quarantine lockdown, some restaurants are reopening so you can finally go out and have someone cook your meal, serve it to you, and then clean up when you’re done. You might have to dine outside or maybe the restaurant won’t be at
Has staring at technology and navigating sidewalks where there are often mentally ill people made us more anti-social?
On the last shift I worked in my restaurant, business had already slowed to a trickle with fewer and fewer customers feeling comfortable going out in public, but it was before anything had truly been shutdown. That night, my husband and three of our friends came in to have a
If you want to stay alive while getting a frozen yogurt these days, do not upset Covid Karen, because she’ll pull down her mask, and cough on your baby, just to prove her point; namely that you are not ‘social distancing’ far enough from her. The suspect, who was standing
Here’s the short explanation: If you join the Broke-Ass Stuart Patreon at $6 a month or above, I’ll send you silly and ridiculous postcards during the year. Examples of these are peppered throughout this article. Now the longer, funnier version: Remember back in December when I sent out the incredibly
As restaurants slowly begin to reopen across the country after having been been closed for weeks due to the pandemic, diners and restaurant workers alike are eager to get back into the swing of things. Customers are ready to be served and servers are ready to make some tips, but
There is a ton of information out there about applying for financial support in the age of COVID. Unfortunately, there’s too much information and it can be really overwhelming. That’s why Shalaco decided to make the video below. As he told me in an email: As a photographer I lost
A blazingly funny, heartfelt memoir from the daughter of the larger-than-life woman who ran Sticky Fingers Brownies, an underground bakery that distributed thousands of marijuana brownies per month and helped provide medical marijuana to AIDS patients in San Francisco. HOME BAKED by Alia Volz is a new kind of marijuana story—one in