Arts and Culture
A review of last night’s FREE Deerhunter show. By Monica the Intern In a sonic wash of pedal pushing magic and light, Deerhunter opened Noise Pop 2009 with a performance at Mezzanine, thus kicking off this year’s festival with an orchestrated bang. Before the opening lazy
from the desk of Oliver Hartman – Resident Bargain Whorespondent The other day, Stuart provided the etymology for mack and hoodlum. Not one to be outdone, I’d like to turn to Tom Wolfe’s The Painted Word (the critics responses excerpted in wikipedia are hilarious and make me look like
by Broke-Ass Stuart From Edward Sharpless, the guy spearheading the movement to save Bay to Breakers: Unfortunately, I don’t have good news for you. Yesterday, I did not hear from race organizers until after 5 PM, even though we had a 4 PM call scheduled
By Broke-Ass Stuart Thanks to both Monica the Intern (from this website) and Maris from Bay Area Bourgeois for hipping me to all the great FREE shows going on during this year’s Noise Pop Festival. If you’ve got tips for great cheap shit hit me up at email@example.com. People all over
by Broke-Ass Stuart Good God! Can you think of anything more just and holy in the world? My fingers are trembling too much from excitement to get into all the details, so just click here for the 411. It’s happening today, like right now. GO!
This is YOUR race so come out and show your support! It takes place at 11:30am on the steps of SF’s City Hall. See you there! To learn more about the cause, go here
by Broke-Ass Stuart For all those who’ve been keeping up on the whole ruining of Bay to Breakers ordeal, I’ve got some interesting news. The Citizens for the Preservation of Bay to Breakers, a group of which I’m on the committee, has decided to hold a press conference on the