April 1st is National PranQster Day! Full of fun shenanigans, it’s the only holiday of it’s kind! However this year it falls on a Sunday – Easter Sunday – so the folks at North Coast Brewing Co. have decided to hold their annual “PranQster Crawl” on Friday night, March 30th.
It’s Bloomsday. The anniversary of a writer’s first date with his future wife, written into literary history as the day in which the story of perhaps the most important modern novel in the English language takes place: the 16th of June 1904. Weird people around the world are going to
In support of the Share the Warmth coat drive for San Francisco’s Homeless. Please bring a new or clean and gently-used coat, jacket, or hoodie size L-4XL only to donate at check-in. Give the gift of warmth to some of San Francisco’s vulnerable street population. (Not required but strongly encouraged)
It was only a matter of time. Ever since Pokemon Go launched a couple days ago everyone on the internet, and off, has gone completely batshit crazy about it. So it only makes sense that there’s a Pokemon Go Pub Crawl happening in San Francisco on Wednesday, July 20th. What
You probably won’t get the chance to blaze your way to Olympic glory like Carl Lewis or Usain Bolt. No, you’re slow, out of shape, and certainly didn’t do well in the genetic lottery. And you drink too much beer. But instead, you can get a chance for Olympic-ish glory
What exactly is the correlation between being broke and being obsessed with/nostalgic for/stuck in the ’80s? I know it’s not just me. Go to any hipster neighborhood (Williamsburg, etc.), try to picture everyone without their iPhones, and voila, you could very well be in 1984. Is it because hipsters are
Have you ever had the desire to to roll around San Francisco in a big school bus drinking beer and ransacking local bars? If so, March 15th is your lucky day. My buddy Ken planned out the original pub crawl after blacking out from a night of attempting to hit
The Richmond gets a bad rap. Actually, it gets no rap, really. Despite the fact that the RD is home to tasties (Shanghai Dumpling King? Eh?), the biggest festivals (Hardly Strictly? Eh?), Robin Williams (kind of – he lives in Seacliff), extra strong coffee to combat all the fog, and