After taking a little break, the Weird & Wonderful podcast is back! This time we recorded at the legendary 111 Minna Gallery, a place that both Sonny and I have long histories with. After catching up a bit on what we’ve each been up to Sonny and I talk to
Edwin Lindo is the real deal. He’s not just passively sharing articles on Facebook and calling it activism, he’s actually putting his body on the line and fighting for the change he wants to see in San Francisco, the United States, and the world. In this episode of the Weird
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.
We are back with a new episode of Weird & Wonderful w/ Broke-Ass Stuart! This time around we recorded in my kitchen and because of that Sonny roped in my roommate Quincy to tell everyone what it’s like living with me. You will get some serious chuckles out of it.
Doctor Popular (aka Doc Pop) is a modern day renaissance man. He’s a photographer, a musician, a writer, an artist, a designer, a seamster, a prankster, and at one point, the 3rd best yo-yoer in the world. Yes really, he yo-yoed for a living. The crazy thing is that Doc
The newest episode of Weird & Wonderful with Broke-Ass Stuart is up and it is fantastic. Considering this is our Valentine’s Day special I interview Mistress Harley who is a Financial Dominatrix, which means people pay her to blackmail them! It’s amazing! Plus I go on a Tinder date with a woman
I’m a comedian. I frequently hear and say things that outside a comedic context many would find offensive. But the job of the comedian is to be incisive and shrewd – to have a point of view and further that point of view through laughter. Where we get into trouble
San Francisco is an awfully, awfully funny place when it comes to dating. There is an intrinsic casualness and quirk to the city as a whole – one that manifests itself in everything from startups that entice employees with their “Whiskey Fridays” to how we celebrate Easter. So it’s no
Women, specifically the prospect of having sex with them, both terrified and fascinated me growing up. I would immediately volunteer myself into the friend zone because that always seemed easier than enduring the potential failure of romantic pursuits. It certainly didn’t help that I was a “dorky” kid, who was