Arts and Culture

14 Jan 2019

I Want to Send You a Slightly Naughty Valentine!

I was thinking the other day: wouldn’t it be cool to send all my readers a little something for Valentine’s Day? Who doesn’t like getting something in the mail, especially if it’s cute, funny and just a little naughty? Nobody, that’s who! So that’s what I’ve decided to do. I

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14 Jan 2019

Why I Miss Life Before Smartphones

This article originally appeared in my Broke-Ass City column for the San Francisco Examiner. I lived above Caffe Pergolesi in Santa Cruz for a couple years in college. Pergs, as we called it, was housed in an 1886 Victorian that had a wrap-around porch, where people would sit around all

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12 Jan 2019

We’re Looking for East Bay Writers!

Do you find yourself reading this site and thinking, “Not only do I know all about the East Bay, I can write better than these chumps!”?  If so, now is your time to prove it. We’re currently looking to expand our author pool in the East Bay (plus we’re open to other

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10 Jan 2019

AT&T Park Renamed With New Terrible Corporate Name

The San Francisco Giants’ ballpark is getting its fourth different name in 18 years, and you better believe it will once again be named after a horrible corporation. The San Francisco Chronicle broke the news around 6 p.m. Wednesday night that AT&T Park is being renamed Oracle Park, and they’ll

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07 Jan 2019

The Lake City Book Launch w/ Broke-Ass Stuart

In the last blue-collar neighborhood in 2001 boomtown Seattle, idealistic but self-serving striver, Lane Bueche, licks his wounds and schemes how to win back his estranged wife and her trust fund. Contracted by a wealthy adoptive couple to seduce and sabotage a troubled birth mother from his neighborhood, Lane soon

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04 Jan 2019

Sucking at Self-Care: A San Francisco Saga

Our new column The Wanderer follows young writer Tess F. Stevens through different threads of San Francisco culture, experiences, and issues. She hopes to challenge, connect and define some of the things we find difficult to put into words.  Self-care has become a necessary evil for anyone who wants to appear

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03 Jan 2019

NEW YEAR, MORE BAY AREA ART EVENTS

Did you make a resolution to be more creative in 2019?  Start the year off right by attending an arts-related event that you wouldn’t normally go to, even if that event happens to be a party!  From DIY taxidermy to shibari (yes, the bondage practice), the Bay Area continues to

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