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05 Sep 2009

Theater on a Boat, 9/11 Memorial in Song, Political Subversities at The PIT

September is a month that marks new beginnings (cooler air, changing leaves) and some unfortunate ends (like the end of summer ‘“ and possibly your summer fling).  In this time of transition, take advantage of these unique, hilarious, and heart-felt FREE or cheap events. Woodshed Collective presents THE CONFIDENCE MAN

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31 Aug 2009

Fill It Up – $1 Tacos and $2 Chelas at Taqueria Pancho Villa and El Toro

Generally speaking, this small family of taquerias isn’t the cheapest in the city, but the quality is better than most (super-bland Can-Cun anyone?) Despite their central locations, they aren’t resting on their cash cow’s security, and if you’ve caught their charmingly goofy commercials you’ll know that they have recently added

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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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29 Aug 2009

The Arctic vs. The Bay: The 2009 Eat Real Festival

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

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18 Aug 2009

COMICS in Bryant Park, Cheap FILM FESTIVALS, and a HEALTH CARE PARTY this Week!

COMICS PANEL – Word for Word Series in Bryant Park Sometimes I want to avoid Midtown at all costs.  When it is hot, it seems hotter there.  When it is humid, it seems that all things stick a little bit better there too.  However, us broke-asses can’t always choose where

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08 Aug 2009

Shakespeare and Lightning Bugs for FREE

Summer has always been a time to get fresh with the insects and the foliage of New York’s wide array of parks.  Do not be misled by the implications of the word park ‘“ in NYC we’re talking everything from weedy cracked asphalt corners to Agrarian works of art.  While

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03 Aug 2009

Public Barber Salon – a Beer and a Haircut

I’ve seen my future, and it’s pretty hairless.  My dad…bald.  My mom’s dad…bald.  The great Magic 8-Ball of genetics has pretty much already foretold my destiny: Outlook Not So Good.  As a result of this, I like to try new shit with my hair every so often just because I

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31 Jul 2009

Dolores Park Etiquette – Part 1 – General Guidelines

I’ve spent a lot of time away from San Francisco over the past few years and one of the things that I always miss the most is Dolores Park.  Seriously, there really aren’t many places like it in the world.  It’s beautiful, has a great view, the cops don’t fuck

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20 Jul 2009

$2 Well booze, a Job Fair and a Calvacade of Other Offerings from the Hustler Club

Seems like ol’ Larry Flynt is just a regular Santy Claus.  Not only does he want to employ you, he wants you to save money at his topless dancing club.  What a guy! Most people who hang out in North Beach already know about the $2 Tuesdays at the Hustler

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