Every week we feature a different person from the community shedding a little light on their life of brokeitude. Who knows, maybe you’ll learn something about the human spirit — probably not.
So I’m broke and don’t have cable (cause you know, I can just watch it online if I really wanted to, I mean…what? [insert mischievous smirk here] ). So I’ve been reading a lot more lately. Well, not just because I don’t have cable, but because I’m actually a freelance
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.
Summer is here and that means festival season has arrived! Being broke-asses and all, it’s not like you can afford to go to every “festi” that comes to your neck of the woods. Whether you are going to The Bounce Festival this weekend, High Sierra over Fourth of July Weekend,
What with Burning Man, Bay to Breakers, and Halloween in this city, you’re bound to have a tutu sitting idly in your closet. Let it feel your love again: Don your tutu to get into Tutu Tuesday at 222 Hyde for only $2! DJ Mike Khoury and DJ Atish will
Whenever you’re having one of those, I’m sick of New York days, the parties are all the same, just go to Rubulad and you’ll feel like the prude in the crowd. This underground party has been going on for years, and I’m guessing most people have been to at least
Let’s face it, being a DJ is WAY easier than being in a band. You have no one to argue with but yourself, you don’t have heavy shit to lug around other than your records, and you get to keep whatever money you make without splitting it five ways. Fuck,
As one of the rubes who has never experienced Burning Man, I have had to rely on a mental image that has been shaped by 1st hand accounts, a general idea of human perversion, and movies like Mad Max: Thunderdome. But, here is how a they put it: “Burning Man