Before the holiday season I had the privilege of escorting one of my favorite artists to the Slipper Room. It had been ages since I had A) seen burlesque and B) seen good burlesque. My friend had not been since they remodeled their location (167 Orchard Street) to now include
The fourth episode of The Walking Dead is airing this Sunday at 10pm on AMC, and if you’re not watching it yet, you should be. For those of you who don’t keep one foot in the comic world, The Walking Dead is a graphic novel by the famed Robert Kirkman.
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I’ve never seen Mad Men, but from what I understand it’s a television show that showcases a time period during which sexism was rampant and rich white men wore expensive suits while smoking excessively and guzzling Jack Daniel’s. Which sort of makes it sound a bit like 2010. But Mad Men
So it doesn’t take a cultural-critic genius, or a Marc Zuckerberg coding type to tell you that Mad Men has been kicking serious ass this season. Yes, part of it is because Don Draper has become more human, more layered and complex, part of it is because we’ve delved deeper
Throwing the end of summer a proper closing party, the folks at MeanRed are hosting a Lobstah Boil Blowout at a new outdoor space in Williamsburg. Granted $27 isn’t “cheap” but you do get a feasts worth of food including a full Maine Lobster from Red Hook Lobster Pound, plenty
This week’s fashion column and back to school look is a toast to an obsession that has swept the nation with it’s booze hound attitude, intoxicating aesthetic and it’s smart and curvy women. Mad Men, which is currently in its 4th season, is a cultural force that is ironically influencing
Jimmy Fallon is hosting the boring Emmy Awards on Sunday and he’s letting folks with too much time on their hands write some of his introductions. Tomorrow (Wednesday), NBC will announce a partial list of presenters. Then it’s up to you to concoct witty intros and tweet them to Jimmy
**MINOR SPOILER ALERT FROM LAST NIGHT’S MAD MEN** The departure of Don Draper’s secretary, Allison, that we could see coming from a million miles away on the latest episode of Mad Men got me thinking about how horrifying it would be to date or have relations with someone at work.