Do you have someone on your Christmas gift list who has just had a baby? Head down to the Tribeca Barnes & Noble and buy a copy (around $9) of Adam Mansbach and Ricardo Cortes’ hilariously accurate children’s book, “Go the F**k to Sleep” and stick around for a FREE
Paul Madonna could be called San Francisco’s sketchiest man, but it would only apply in the utmost literal of senses. Known for his pen and ink depictions of SF streetscapes and architectural details, the artist was Mad Magazine’s first-ever art intern before snagging a weekly comic strip in the Chronicle.
Step into a world of adventure with the Oakland & East Bay Beer Passport There’s no better way to explore Oakland and the East Bay than to literally drink it in. This passport is amazing! Each one contains 28 coupons to buy one beer, get a second beer FREE at 28 of the
San Francisco is so full of smug bikers that it’d be foolish not to tell you about this OG cyclist: Ironman triathlete Amy Snyder has written her debut book, Hell On Two Wheels: An Astonishing Story of Suffering, Triumph, and the Most Extreme Endurance Race in the World, and you can
I’m sure, by now, you’ve probably heard the rumor that Chelsea Handler once dated 50 Cent. Well, the rumor has since been confirmed by Handler herself, but the title of her book doesn’t exactly inspire confidence in her words. Lies That Chelsea Handler Told Me is Handler’s new book that was supposedly
photo by Julie Michelle of I Live Here SF. Aw shit!! Tonight is the night!!! Book Passage in the Ferry Building has asked me to come and do a reading and signing on December 1st (tomorrow). If you’ve never been to one of my book events before, they are
Last Halloween I was in a pinch for a costume last minute. I knew I couldn’t cut two holes in a white sheet and go as a ghost like I did the year before, because I was in a bit of a sticky situation when I walked into a party
I’ve been friendly with Justin Bua for a number of years now. We first met back when I lived above Caffe Pergolesi in Santa Cruz. My buddy Sayre and I were in line to grab some kind of caffeinated beverage and we noticed that the guy in front of us was