What it’s Really Like Being the Door Guy at a Bar
One thing I and many of my peers dislike is the term “Bouncer”. A “Bouncer” is usually (but not always) perceived as a thug who grunts and tosses people out of bars with little or no thought. At the very least, I am NOT that guy. I have over 30 years experience in various security capacities.
Will Millennials Ever Be Able to Retire?
Guest Post by Ainsley Lawrence Millennials have had some pretty intense experiences over the years. They’ve seen life with and without the internet, have lived through economic crises on a global scale, and have watched the traditional ways to create a career and invest their hard-won cash erode beneath their
Bring Back the Bay Guardian — and Win a Metaphorical Unicorn!
Friends, is this the San Francisco you dreamed of? The sparkling, golden dream of freewheeling political experiment, debate, and protest; colorful art, poetry, and music that fly completely free from rent-money and basic-bro anxiety; diverse culture, nightlife, and style that springs from pure expression rather than some lame-ass PowerPoint marketing plan?
Visit These Wonderful Urban Wineries in San Francisco, Oakland, NYC and Portland
his guest post is by Charlotte Chipperfield, founder of The Wine Key DogPatch WineWorks in SF As city dwellers, we often have good intentions of visiting the beautiful wine country that surrounds our great cities but may get caught up in a cup of Stumptown, Four Barrel or the ever so addictive Pumpkin
Dispatches from the Road: An Insider’s Guide to Doing Adelaide, Australia on the Cheap
The rest of Australia can’t understand Adelaide.
We’re just too weird.