Stephen Jackson - In Therapy
If you are like me, you spend an embarrassing amount of time on Gchat, the messenger embedded within Google’s widely popular email application called “Gmail”. Perhaps you’re familiar? At any given moment I’m knee-deep in conversations with at least five different people, discussing all things mundane, hilarious, grave and deep.
1. People Walking Their Bikes Home When They Are Too Drunk It’s 7:30, on a Sunday. The sun has gone down. It was a nice park day, or perhaps a local sports team competed in a pivotal match. It doesn’t make a difference, since this is the witching hour and
Are you cold, bored, broke, and lazy? Do you have a penchant for mid-century American cuisine? Do you live near a Safeway? If you answered “yes” to any or all of these questions, it might might be time for you to… MAKE A HUGE CASSEROLE FOR UNDER 10 BUCKS. Last
HAVING RECENTLY WRITTEN ABOUT ALTERNATIVE USES OF THE TACO, I thought it would only be fair to showcase what I feel to be the best taco truck in The City. There it is above, in all its glory: El Tonayense. It took me a while (years actually) to finally check
This Sunday, Philip Glass’s Days and Nights Festival will close with an intimate PICNIC at the Henry Miller Memorial Library in Big Sur. It costs sixty bucks (boo), BUT: (1) it’s catered (2) it’s in Big Sur (3) Philip Glass is hosting and playing the show in one of the
AH, THE TACO. It gives so much and asks so little. It’s cheap, tasty and fast. It comes in a bounty of varieties and can serve as a snack, a meal, or much, much more. And that’s what I’m here to talk about. Next time you find yourself at a
It had been a while since I got my cultural rocks off so I stopped by the FIFTY24SF gallery last night for the opening of CONFLUENCE and was pleasantly sated by the whole experience. Her by Zio Zigler What’s neat about this show is its diversity. Featuring 23 different artists, the