Tenderloin

24 Oct 2009

SF: 5 Different Dudes, 5 Different Districts

A survey taken in San Francisco has shown a curious pattern of women being able to constantly predict their male partner’s personalities according to their districts, reports say. The write-in survey, given randomly at 10 different outposts within San Francisco county lines, has had an overwhelming response. Women ages 18-45

Monica Miller - The Intern 2
26 Aug 2009

Five Tips to Surviving the Ghettos of San Francisco

Late one night while walking home to my apartment across the street from the Westside Courts projects, I was having a peachy time and looking forward to crawling into my cozy bed. I was texting my friend when I heard a neighbor say ‘œHey!’ When I looked up to see

Ryan Miller- Depleted Resource Analyst 25
19 Aug 2009

$2 Ride in Hell: The Dirty 38 Geary

When you’re a young and curious broke ass, coming up with $2 and stepping onto the SF MUNI can be a very thrilling and sexual experience. But the thing to remember is you have to make sure you’re ready for this responsibility. When two people love each other very much,

Ryan Miller- Depleted Resource Analyst 11
29 Jul 2009

$3 Wine Tasting Party – and It's Not Even Two Buck Chuck

I’m not really into wine culture because A) it’s an awfully expensive habit and B) it’s WAY too pretentious for me.  That being said, I still love wine and am always down to learn a little something about it.  I figure that way I can sound fancy when I’m talking

Broke-Ass Stuart - Editor In Cheap 0
21 Jul 2009

7 Places To Get Drunk and Lose Your Dignity: SF

Whether you admit it or cower in shame, it’s happened to all of us. The one-too-many-moment, two steps away from worshipping the porcelain god, trying to drown your sorrows…whatever you may call it, being too drunk in front of people is both humiliating and hilarious to your audience of choice.

Monica Miller - The Intern 17
28 Apr 2009

Spending Less Green is More Green at the Good Hotel

I get a lot of emails from a lot of people asking or offering a lot of different things.  I’ve gotten: offered a free haircut, asked on dates, invited to speak at various functions, hate mail, love letters, tips, suggestions, and absolute babbling nonsense.  Most of the time the emails

Broke-Ass Stuart - Editor In Cheap 2