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Find the City’s best selection of cheap classicsâ€”you know, all the books written before even your great-grandmother was gobbling on Moby Dickâ€”and newer books too. For cheap.
My friend recently told me about a time that she was working at a bar in Portland in the early 90’s. Courtney Love was on tour and came in after her show only to be seen using toilet water to shoot up and blowing chunks all over herself. Later that
I just got back from Alaska, which to me, a liberal, vegan, and judgmental Californian, appeared to be a backwards, behind-the-times, redneck state with stunningly gorgeous views and impressive wilderness. Against this lush, green backdrop, the food situation was unforgivable. Health food stores were few and far-between and restaurants were
I’m not a fan of camping or dorms. I’m pretty sure camping is why houses were invented. And the only purpose of dorms is to make you so miserable freshman year that you’re forced to go out and make friends. Hostels are a combination of dorms and camping, but somehow
Ty Segall is hypnotizing. A bit of a trip in modern rock, he blends old standards with dance-y beats and plenty of noise to create something truly unique. He’s local, and contributes and collaborates with one of my favorite local bands, Thee Oh Sees. He’s playing the SF Amoeba today
One of the cool parts about growing up in Northern California in the seventies and eighties was a visit from the Pickle Family Circus. Pale did the plastic theme park or weird pizza parlour with a smelly ball pit, when the alternative could be a day in the sun watching
So I’ll be outright — if you’re going to Outside Lands, you wasted your money. When the Beastie Boys were replaced with Tenacious D, I could feel a value in ticket price go way down. No offense to any of you who are a fan of the D, but they