san francisco latest
Every week we feature a different person from the community shedding a little light on their life of brokeitude. Who knows, maybe you’ll learn something about the human spiritâ€¦probably not.
Among the Castro bars, the Midnight Sun earns marks for consistency. Atmospherically, it can best be described as a giant television. There is never any natural daylight inside, as that there aren’t any windows, and it boasts no less than five television sets with either a constant rotation of gay
Remember that week you got all obsessed with Genghis Khan and decided you wanted to know as much about him as possible? Don’t pretend you don’t know what I’m talking about…you know where this is going. You went down to the library and got like four books about him
Assuming your case of Sunday morning palsy isn’t too bad, you’re probably looking for something to do today that doesn’t involve being rained on or watching whatever awful movie is on Comedy Central. If you live in the Mission or Bernal Heights, I have just the thing for you: go
I can’t keep up with the International Film Fest this year. There are so many great films that deserve my money, but I probably only have enough money to spare on one. I was pretty sad until I actually found out that my friend is throwing his own Human Rights
For those that made it to the recent Fuck the Recession Party or the release party for my SF book, you’ll remember the inimitable Richie Cunning. He blows me away every time I see him play, so I’ve kinda taken up stalking him. It’s nothing too crazy, I’m not like driving by his
Gama-Go, one of the awesome local brands that we should be proud of in SF, is finally opening their own flagship storefront. You have probably seen their fashions at Giant Robot, Kinokuniya and other boutiques around the city. They’re usually infested with cartoon Yeti’s, smoking birds and owls ‘” and