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20 Feb 2018

NYC VS SF: Who Has the Better Parks, Beaches, & Outdoor Bars

By Sam Devine & Jesse McGrath Sam Devine is a writer living in San Francisco, Jesse McGrath is a writer living in New York City, and this is their argument… It’s the endless argument: which city is better — NY or SF? People reading that statement on opposite ends of the

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20 Feb 2018

Doc’s Clock is Finally Getting it’s Sign Back! Come to the Party

Doc’s Clock is a Mission classic.  When they lost their lease at 2575 Mission St in 2017, locals, patrons, and the general community were in an uproar, nobody wanted to lose their beloved dive.  So what did Doc and its owner Carrey do?  They found a place just down the street

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20 Feb 2018

Buy Some Goddamn Comics From Mission Comics

By Kelly O’Grady You like supporting local business? You like the comic books? Then get off yah’ duff chowda’ head and walk over to Mission Comics and buy some graphic novels already! Leef Smith, the proprietor of Mission Comics is a huge sweetheart and a real mensch. They have sales

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19 Feb 2018

Cannabis Cocktails are the Wave of the Future

This post was made in conjunction with the fine folks at Sava. Wanna support a post on the site? Holler at Alex@BrokeAssStuart.com Now that recreational weed is legal in California we’re seeing a renaissance of creative ways to use and consume it. That’s why I’ve teamed up with the fine

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19 Feb 2018

Pagan Matchmaking Takes Oakland by Storm in Happy Forever

Spy Emerson: performance artist, salacious sex goddess and owner/purveyor of the infamous Hook-Up Truck, adorned the stage of Albany’s historic Ivy Room Monday, for an iterative performance of Happy Forever, her vaudevillian, burlesque-esque variety-and-game show of sin, surrealism and surprise. Happy Forever has taken numerous shapes and forms over its 20-year

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19 Feb 2018

Ten East Bay Outings for Antisocial Parents

Guest post by Jordan Latham A lot of us who were nonconformist kids, the kind who gravitated toward the weirdos, are no less antisocial as adults. We learn to carve out spaces we’re comfortable with and pointedly avoid loud, crowded, neon, intrusive social situations. We find the safe, dark, gothy

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18 Feb 2018

Swing Bomb SF Installed Over 50 Swings All Over Town This Weekend

I just got this note from the folks behind Swing Bomb SF. They’ve installed 50 swings all over the city to inspire folks to go out and play. This is really awesome. Here’s the note: People often call SF an adults’ playground… well, we’re turning it into a real pop-up

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