This story was originally published on Broke Ass Stuart’s Goddamn Website five years ago. Here, it’s been updated and also includes a Spotify link. Cue up the entire playlist with a single click: Eighteen Tunes to Screw To And stay tuned for a follow-up list the next week or two.
Anyone who currently works in, or has previously worked in, the hospitality industry would admit its strongest pull is the environment. There is a duality of childishness and maturity where we weave between food and drink knowledge, levels of service, and also cracking silly jokes or exchanging laughs and banter
For over 92 years Georges Bizet’s Carmen has carried on a great love affair with San Francisco. Carmen was our city’s first opera, debuting in 1927 at SF’s Civic Auditorium. Over the decades, she’s continued to sing and seduce her way through some 192 performances in San Francisco, and through
Whatever happened to predictability? The milkman, the paperboy, and White undeserved advantage? In recent breaking news: celebrities Lori Loughlin, of Full House fame, and Felicity Huffman were implicated with dozens of other parents in the largest college bribery scam the Department of Justice has ever seen. A skillfully orchestrated web
In a landmark deal between Salesforce executives and The Dark Lord Sauron, Mordor will now begin using Salesforce products to modernize its staff recruiting process, manage border security, and engage with its orcs, goblins and cave trolls. Lord Sauron said of the deal, “Mordor will now be stronger than ever,
Our beloved SFMTA has released a new series of ads as part of a ‘passenger courtesy campaign’. The ad campaign is posted in the new MUNI trains currently in circulation. It’s an important public awareness initiative to help address common complaints submitted by MUNI passengers and address ‘transit etiquette’. So naturally,
There is new intelligence concerning the 1$ billion dollar arena being built in San Francisco’s Mission Bay, these plans were taken at great cost to brokeassstuart.com, meaning this reporter had to get off his bike, walk into an ‘exit only’ gate, and take a couple pictures before being asked to