Columns

08 Feb 2018

Where to Pick-Up Tech Bros in San Francisco

With all the dating apps and services these days, it’s never been easier to get connected with hot tech bros in San Francisco.  But if you want to do it the old-fashioned way, where you go outside into public and talk to actual people, then this is the listicle for

Alex Mak - Managing Editor 0
08 Feb 2018

Mission Mural Unveiling “Corazon de Campesinos”

Artist Alberto Ybarra is a native San Franciscan and an artist you should know.  You may recognize his work from the illustration series he did depicting a changing Mission neighborhood: See more of Old Mission Vs.  New Mission series here. Now Ybarra has collaborated with The Mission Community Market on a new outdoor mural on

Alex Mak - Managing Editor 0
07 Feb 2018

Bay of the Living Dead: The Beauty of Mario Bava

Welcome to Bay of the Living Dead, a regular column about the horror genre. The column returns after a two month hiatus. Glad to be back! Few filmmakers can match the stunning visual beauty of Mario Bava, the Italian auteur who made a number of horror films in Italy during the 1960s

David Elijah Nahmod 0
07 Feb 2018

Costumes on Haight is Closing

Updated at 12:15pm In a city where we jump at any excuse to frolic in strange outfits, is there anything sadder than the closing of a costume store? Especially one that is 25 years old? Yes friends, Costumes on Haight is unfortunately closing and this is sad news. It’s just

Broke-Ass Stuart - Editor In Cheap 0
05 Feb 2018

How to Prepare Your Home for Natural Disasters and More

When you turn on your weather station and hear that a storm is projected to hit your city this upcoming week, do you feel content knowing you’ve instilled the right preparation — or do you frantically begin to look for ways to safeguard your house at the last second instead?

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05 Feb 2018

The Rarely Told Story of the East Bay Blues

By Chris DeJohn Mississippi, Chicago, Texas, Kansas City, and even Louisiana enjoy more association with the blues than the West Coast — but the art form holds a long, deep history in Oakland, California. Legendary singer, songwriter, guitarist and former long-time proprietor of The Boom Boom Room in San Francisco,

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02 Feb 2018

Why is Justin Timberlake Playing the Super Bowl but Janet Jackson Blacklisted?

Guy-who-ripped-off-a-woman’s-shirt, Justin Timberlake, is asked back to play this year’s Super Bowl halftime show, but the woman whose shirt he ripped off has been blacklisted from the music industry completely. In an egregious example of male privilege and victim-blaming that could only happen in Donald Trump’s America, the guy who

Joe Kukura- Millionaire in Training 0