The official winged mammal of the Halloween season is bats, and yes, there are bats in Golden Gate Park. In fact, there are 16 different kinds of bats in Golden Gate Park. “The Bay Area currently has 16 native species of bats,” according to the Golden Gate Parks National Conservancy.
With Halloween coming up, and the weather likely to be terrible all week, it’s a great time to catch up on old horror movies you maybe haven’t seen. Some of the all-time greats were shot right here in San Francisco! Here’s a list of the best, all-time scariest horror movies
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In San Francisco, the “Holiday Season” begins in the last full week of September, a.k.a. Leather Week, which officially started with Sunday’s Leather Walk. And while preparations are now underway for this coming Sunday’s “Folsom Street Fair,” which this year is calling itself Megahood 2021, preparations are also underway to
COVID has ruined everything this year, even Halloween. But I’ve got some suggestions so you can still enjoy this wicked holiday and have the cute instagram photos to prove it.
Carbs are said to be comfort food, yeasty treats that soothe anxious souls. As many of us in days of shelter can attest to, bread has become a staple, a welcome mat at the door of normalcy in an uncertain world. And most of us are also now 15 pounds
COVID has ruined everything this year, even San Francisco’s favorite holiday, Halloween. This time around there won’t be haunted houses, late night dance parties, or even trick-or-treating. Alas, this is a very sad year indeed. Luckily hometown hero Peaches Christ and her band of merry misfits couldn’t stand a world without
The cancelation of events wrought by COVID-19 has been both heartbreaking and financially devastating, even knowing that the 211,000 dead Americans (and counting) makes this entirely necessary. But few cancelations are as painful as Halloween, not just because it’s a month of kick-ass San Francisco parties, but more because the
The year’s most horrifying Halloween apparition is bloodcurdling its way to candy aisle shelves across America, according to top candy blogs and experts. Candy Hunting, the hard-hitting confection industry investigative journalists who’ve uncovered such sickening scandals as Mountain Dew-flavored Doritos and Wendy’s Baconator Pringles, now report the existence of Brach’s