Who wants to hang out and drink FREE beer? This Friday, August 20th, I’m buying a keg of beer at a San Francisco bar and inviting all my supporters on Patreon to come drink. It’s a great excuse to hang out, meet some cool new people, and of course drink some FREE beer.
It’s a great excuse to hang out, meet some cool new people, and of course drink. Now that the world is opening back up, we’ll be doing this every few months.
This list of great places to eat in the Bay Area will leave you smiling and probably drooling. All these joints are incredibly well priced, locally owned, delicious, and serving takeout in 2021. You can get something delicious, that will also fill you up, at all these eateries for under
The Basement Series presents: COMPULSION. Two NY Times Bestselling mystery writers—Cara Black, David Corbett reading along with some chick named Melissa Dodd and four other carefully curated newcomers. Plus FREE BEER. $5 – $10 sliding scale at the door with proceeds going to Dave Eggers ScholarMatch and Lit Camp scholarships. Friday, June 19,
Just got the tip-off for this cool event being sponsored by AGOGO, a music start up that “creates a personalized audio channel for you, bringing together your favorite programming, music, & more.” The food and beer will be provided by Bacon Bacon & Let’s Be Frank. Here’s what the Facebook
With a poster like the one above – the purple blinged out mouth, that is – this event could be a Bay Area Octogenarian Garden Club meeting and still be kick-ass. I mean, I’d love that event, and I don’t think I’d be the only one. Nonetheless. B.L.ING, or the
As I inch closer and closer to the big 30, “adultey” things like fixing the toilet seat I broke by standing on it (don’t judge, I’m short and needed to see!) are slowly becoming less “Shit, I have to fix this before dad comes and reminds me he had 4
Hey, ladies– wanna cruise for hot skater guys in Hawaiian shirts while sipping (read: chugging) some beer and watching awesome bands, all for FREE? Or maybe you’re a Big Man and jonesing to partake in the last two activities, sans the skater babe-watching? If so, head on over to House
A venue that wants its shows to sound good as much as its paying customers do is mighty fine thing in my “Why doesn’t this happen more often?” book. A venue that wants to throw a dance party and free beer hour while they’re at it is enough to make