Apparently, today is National Mutt Day. Do not attempt to confuse this “holiday” with the banality that is National Avocado Day, which shares the same calendar space but nowhere near the respected caliber. Of all the ridiculous marketing scheme-laden crap we get to “celebrate” in some promotional way, National Mutt
Dogs are the best. They just are. Lola (a.k.a. Roo) was the sweetest and prettiest doe-eyed fluff ball anyone could ask for and as a single mother, she was my lifesaver. She came to our family as a rescue from the Mojave Desert and ended up rescuing us. We were
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.
One of the many weird things about San Francisco is that even though it’s not a particularly dog friendly city there are still more dogs here than children.
Dogs and alcohol–what better combination exists to dull the pain? Luckily, there are bars scattered throughout the East Bay that welcome your Fido on a Friday night. Glug some top-notch hooch with the pooch, and chase it with the hair of the dog at these three canine-friendly bars for bar-friendly
Broke-Ass Stuart is now accepting poetry submissions to be featured in the BAS Poetry: Arts & Culture column. Written & curated by Corinne Avganim. Well, that was a doozy of a couple of months, but I’m back with a special two part feature of poetry by fellow San Franciscan, Taylor Melligan. These two
No one (no one with eyes and a heart at least) doubts that we are living in scary, uncomfortable-at-best times. It’s times like these that remind me that animals are better than us. At the top of the “love you no matter what, always got you back” animal list is
Written and curated by Corinne Avganim Ritual Coffee By Mark Mason Mark Mason is a writer and poet from a small town in England. He now lives in San Francisco, California. You can check out his novel, Our Endless Covered Ways on Amazon. The lights hung from long wires, like illuminated veins.
First dates can be tricky. You’re never 100% sure how to act or what to wear, that’s why we asked some of the best dressed dogs in the city for their advice when it comes to first dates in San Francisco. Lisa: “Be Open Minded!” We ran into Lisa at