The “Artist You Should Know” series highlights local artists before they exhibit their work somewhere awesome, it’s our way of supporting the creative community and helping to keep San Francisco a strange and wonderful place. Meet artist Karla Ortiz, the concept artist of your nerdy dreams. If you’re like me (and I know
These Safeway Monopoly cards are the Glengarry leads. To you, they’re gold. But does anyone ever win so much as a 99-cent box of macaroni & cheese playing Safeway Monopoly? I’ve seen a lot of card-collecting and not much winning in the years that this highly complicated grocery store game
In Alex Mak’s Architecture Series Part 2 (see part 1 here), we explore the popular new guessing game called “Housing Development OR Giant Air-Conditioner?” This is where San Franciscans walk around the city and try to decide if the new structures going up are actual condominiums or simply large industrial air conditioners.
This year, while basking in the perennial womb that is your family, however that is defined for you, take some time near the end of your tenure at wherever you call home and play a little game. It’s called “High, Low…Uh-Oh”. I’ll explain. At my household, usually on the last
FREE video games are everywhere; how do you choose which games to download, and which to avoid? Well, I’m here to help. Last week, I freed you from your entrapment of the dreaded Candy Crush, and that is only the beginning. I’m going to be here once a week to
I wouldn’t necessarily refer to myself as quirky, but I do march to the beat of my own drum. Most of the time I live in my own little world and am completely happy with it, especially when I can listen to crap music without being told otherwise. So, with
Remember how when you were a kid, you couldn’t wait to grow up? And then you grew up, realized adulthood doesn’t involve naps, snacks, street games, someone who buys you food or more naps, and how much that effing sucks. Fortunately, the folks at Come Out and Play will let
Are you in desperate need of a little fairy tale action in your everyday life? Why not act like Hansel and Gretel and go on a search for the Gingerbread House hidden in the forest just on the other side of the Golden Gate Bridge? Tucked away in the middle