‘Tis the season once more, and we find ourselves looking for thoughtful gifts for our favorite people. Explore this gift guide featuring small businesses and local artists showcasing their work in the East Bay. We’ve uncovered unique treasures perfect for gifting while also supporting the heartbeat of our local community.
Buying gifts for loved ones is a treat. You get to hit the stores, find a great present and then watch their excited faces as they open it. However, you may find yourself stuck at the first step — figuring out what they want. Here’s a tip — gender-neutral gifts
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Seeing your family for the holidays can be stressful. It’s even harder if the people you’re exchanging gifts with are Trumpers. What kind of gift can you get the dad who loves his MAGA hat so much he wears it to bed? Lucky for you I’ve put together a list
Life in New York can be incredibly exciting — it is the city that never sleeps, after all. However, it can also get a bit lonely, especially for people who recently moved to NYC and may not have any close friends or co-workers yet. The holidays can be especially tough.
Whether new or experienced when it comes to homebrewing, it can be difficult to find the right holiday gifts for your favorite brewster. The equipment sounds like something that should be in a mechanic’s shop or a mad scientist’s lab, and the ingredients, while slightly familiar, are often beyond the
OFF MENU IS SPONSORED BY EMPEROR NORTON’S BOOZELAND THE TENDERLOIN’S NEWEST HISTORIC DIVE. HAPPY HOUR NOON – 7PM Here’s a list of the top ten Trader Joe’s products you need this holiday season. Because we have convinced ourselves that while the brand disguises its real conglomerate self as the Trader Joe’s brand, it tastes
Guest Post by Christine Borkowski Another St. Valentine’s Day is upon us, and with this Hallmark holiday comes hardly any responsibility (let’s face it; it’s not Christmas, Hanukkah or a birthday). In the past, I’ve received enough “It’s the thought that counts” gifts like huge boxes of diabetes and teddy
You have an artist’s soul. A maker’s hands. A poet’s brain. A beer-drinker’s gut. Maybe you’re not into that capitalist bullshit. Maybe you’re about a rustic perspective on life. Or maybe you’re a lazy fuck. Whatever the reason, nothing says “I love you…enough to create a Christmas present that you