Golden Gate Park

30 Mar 2010

SF Botanical Garden’s Native Wildflower Meadow Explodes

I love it when a reader writes in to Broke Ass Stuart with a tip and thus does my entire job for me.  Solid work ethic! So, many heartfelt thanks to Lisa, who sent us this: ‘œThe wildflowers go off in April and this year promises to be one of

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23 Mar 2010

Cheap Things to do in Golden Gate Park Illustrated with Vintage Postcards

Golden Gate Park is 1,017 acres of a good time; in fact it is 174 acres more of a good time than Central Park in New York. And guess what, most of it is free. Feel like smoking a bowl and playing Frisbee? Head to the park. Wanna go for

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18 Feb 2020

The Delicious Card: Rad Deals at 30+ SF Restaurants

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.

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19 Mar 2010

FREE Crafts, Poems and Music Tonight at the de Young

The Friday Nights at the de Young series, in which the museum stays open until 8:45pm and features tons of FREE activities, including films, music and DIY crafts, has always been a popular, classy way to kick off the weekend.  But at tonight’s edition, “Folk You!” sponsored by the SF

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09 Mar 2010

Anarchist Book Fair This Weekend

Overgrown beards, crazy backwoods haircuts, homemade tattoos,  screenprinted patches, questionable hygiene, freegan roadkill eaters’oh yeah and books.  These are the things you will find at the 15th Annual Bay Area Anarchist Book Fair (how fun are stereotypes?!).  Since 1996, the Anarchist Book Fair has been a meeting place for anarchist

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11 Feb 2010

Save the Boathouse Valentine’s Dance This Saturday

Is S.F. Rec and Park a long arm of gentrification?  With rumblings of what the newly beautified Dolores Park may entail, it remains to be seen. Apparently, however, the pearl of the Mission, is not the only contentious jewel in the city’s parkland crown as that locals feel an impending

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19 Jan 2010

This Wednesday & Thursday at the California Academy of Sciences

Stuart covered this last year when the museum was brand-spaking-new and the FREE day was a proceed-at-your-own-risk kind of activity.  But now the museum is old news and the novelty has sort of worn off, unless you haven’t been there yet, in which case you should go on Wednesday because

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21 Oct 2009

Events for the 5 Senses

Wondering what to do for fun this week?  Feeling a little dead inside?  Wake yourself up with an event for each of the 5 senses.  And they are all FREE or almost FREE! 1st Sense, TASTE: Get your taste buds going!  Go to an event at SF’s Omnivore Books, learn how to

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07 Oct 2009

This Weekend: A Bunch of FREE San Francisco Bicycle Coalition Events

The San Francisco Bicycle Coalition does a lot of things for the biking community.  To name just a few, they put on all sorts of weekly rides and annual events (like Bike to Work Day), they advocate for improved street maintenance, better bike accommodations on the Bay’s streets, bridges and

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