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30 Aug 2012

FREE Booze, Great Art and Robots at Julian Rapp’s Solo Show. Need I Say More?

The clicking of tweets, texts and instagrams echo in the outside air. Textured conversations of expressionism and art deco ring from inside. Maybe I had too much free red wine, maybe not enough, but watching Julian Rapp’s party unfold from a golden beanbag chair in the serene, ivy soaked backyard

Simon 3
29 Jun 2012

Bing & Big Think: For Humankind in New York FREE This Weekend

Are you some weird person who loves technology? Are you a broke-ass living in New York who loves technology? Why does Mr. Minimum Wage start off promoting events with many questions? It doesn’t matter because Bing & Big Think are coming together to present For Humankind in New York, this

Enrique Grijalva - Mr. Minimum Wage 0
08 Nov 2021

How to Get $300+ Worth of Free Stuff at Rad Bay Area Restaurants

I am extremely excited to announce the release of The Delicious Card! Delicious cardholders get awesome deals at over 37 delectable Bay Area eateries! Membership is a great way to explore new places, support local businesses, AND support local journalism. And all you gotta do is join the Broke-Ass Stuart Patreon for $10

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17 Jan 2012

FREE Badminton at Open House Gallery’s Indoor Park

Ah, there’s nothing I love more than a relaxing afternoon in the park.  Basking in the sun like a lizard on a rock, creepily cat-calling all of the cute dogs on walks (“Hey, you!  Check out that strut!  Ooh, I like that smile!”), and wearing my one pair of workout

Carrie Laven - Pretty Penniless 0
17 Nov 2011

A Dollar More for Dignity: Bianca

To sustain any healthy relationship you have to pump love, commitment and money – lots of fucking money.  I incessantly go beyond my means when it comes to dating, which is fine, when it’s just dating.  But when the warm bowels of a relationship come calling, there’s no way around

The Happy Peasant 0
10 Nov 2011

Happy Hour at Botanica

Botanica is a safe haven.  There’s no better way to describe it.  It sits like a bomb shelter on the south side of smoky Houston street, two blocks away from the undulating sea of Soho shoppers and opposite the building-size advertisements that pollute the north side of the street.  After

The Happy Peasant 0
20 Jan 2011

Things to See and Places to Go in 2011

Unlike going to the gym or stop binge-drinking, I made a resolution that’s easy to keep this year. I plan on going out more. During the winter months it’s tempting to just give up and huddle next to your radiator, but this season I’ve decided to screw that and get

Laura S - Spendthrift Scribe 0
13 Oct 2010

Knitting is for Pus**** by Olek

Knitting goes in and out with being the “it” hipster crafting activity, but Polish artist Olek isn’t the kind of knitter who works on scarves on the train. She’s more likely to knit a cocoon around the train itself. Her knitting sculptures are giant, we’re talking camouflage covers for convertibles,

Kiley E - Ragamuffin Researcher 0
24 May 2010

FREE Beer in the Completely Made Up Neighborhood of FolSoMa

I’m not the biggest fan of made up neighborhoods.  Historically speaking, whenever a “neighborhood” is pieced off from an existing one and then given a new name, it has always been done by real estate people and developers.  They pimp a part of a neighborhood in order to line their

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