2019

02 Jan 2020

Our 12 Most Read Stories of 2019

So long 2019, don’t let the door hit you on the ass on your way out!  Now, let’s all have a seat and scroll through the most read articles published on BrokeAssStuart.com over the past twelve months.  Unsurprisingly, they cover progressive views, culture, nightlife, and of course a sprinkling of

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31 Dec 2019

Rocky Horror’s 45th Birthday And Other Weird January Films

The new year and the new decade kicks off with a bunch of films for weirdos of all stripes.  S.F. Indie Fest and Noir City have their annual shows this month. S.F. Sketchfest presents a very special anniversary screening of “The Rocky Horror Picture Show.”  The follow-up to anime classic

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18 Feb 2020

The Delicious Card: Rad Deals at 30+ SF Restaurants

I am extremely excited to announce the release of The Delicious Card! Delicious cardholders get awesome deals at over 30 of your favorite SF eateries! Membership is a great way to explore new places, support local businesses, and support local journalism.

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19 Dec 2019

S.F.’s Saddest Closures of 2019

2019 was known for a lot of disappointments, from the Mueller Report to Days of Our Lives firing its cast en masse, but in San Francisco, a lot of beloved places closed.  There are stirrings of hope, such as how The Punch Line got saved to the return of Blowfish

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03 Dec 2019

There’s a Big Climate Strike on Friday

Via –  Bay Area Climate Strike and Resiliency Village Mass March to Divest from Destruction and Invest in a Green New Deal Start: Friday, December 06, 2019: 12:00 PM Location: Downtown San Francisco, 400 Howard Street, San Francisco, CA 94105 Youth Vs. Apocalypse (YvA) will be hosting a resiliency village

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19 Nov 2019

Salesforce Exec admits he has no idea what ‘CRM’ stands for

“I couldn’t live with the shame any longer.”  Chad said to the Dreamforce audience at his keynote titled ‘How to Crush CRM and Unfuck your Salespipeline’.  Chad, a 3 year Vice President of Sales Strategy, told the crowd of eager young salespeople, “I have to come clean, I didn’t know

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05 Nov 2019

Everything Good That Happened in America Tonight

We can be reasonably certain that Mayor London Breed will cruise to re-election over a gaggle of nobodies, but while we await the District 5 and District Attorney results, it’s important to note that in this off-year election, a lot of good things happened out there in the rest of

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31 Oct 2019

Movember or Not, My Mustache Is Here to Stay

Not everyone grows a mustache specifically for Movember. A septuagenarian neighbor of mine recently sprouted one resembling Clark Gable’s tasteful, unobtrusive horizontal strip. When another friend of ours asked why, at this late stage in life, he decided to grow one, he replied, “I’ve been trying for about 10 years

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08 Oct 2019

An Ode to Hardly Strictly Bluegrass in San Francisco

Ah yes, that time of the year again, that time in the Fall musical season when the hordes from the outer lands of the Bay Area pour into the already bursting at the seams streets of San Francisco to enjoy some free music, shake their fragile hips to, fro, do-si-do,

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