Opening Nov 27th @ Public Works SF, a show that examines the current idea of ‘self’ through art in the modern world.
SUNDAY MASS PRIDE returns to Public Works [publicsf.com] on June 28th. Celebrate San Francisco Pride weekend with us, YACHT [teamyacht.com], and 30+ other musicians, artists, and performers as we create an immersive nightlife experience. We will have 3 stages, a silent disco, wild costumes, lasers, 3D projection art, facepainting,
Primarily researched and written by Stephen Torres with help from Stuart Schuffman. We stand at the precipice of one of the most polarizing federal elections that has ever occurred in this country. Each day brings another dash of chaos, and yet here we are, once again sifting through another labyrinthine
Our friends at Noise Pop put this show together with Public Works and it’s going to be amazing. The combo of Peaking Lights, Mister Lies, and Push the Feeling DJs should make this one awesome night. It’s going to be a party. Come out! Presale tix are here. Otherwise enter
In this installation, Fabian catches the jubilant throngs as they proclaim their love for RYE RYE and our lovely Broke-Ass of the Week alumnus, MichahTron as they spin lyrics into gold. Among the scenesters and their unparalleled sartorial offerings was lucky reader Julius Bufkin who was the recipient of Hard
Every week we feature a different person from the community shedding a little light on their life of brokeitude. Who knows, maybe you’ll learn something about the human spirit — probably not.
This is a super rad event for a great cause! And while the tickets aren’t super cheap, if you say “Broke-Ass Stuart sent me” at the door, they will give you a discount. Not sure how much, but there will be one. Sorry I’m just pasting the press release but
Full Disclosure: I’m lazy as fuck right now and am just gonna cut and paste the info for this giveaway. That said, it does sone like it’s gonna be a pretty great party. I mean it is two legendary Bay Area party promoters doing a NYE event together. How can
Yes, the lead guitarist from Metallica is throwing a party in the Mission the day after Halloween. And it’s to celebrate his new book about his frighteningly large collection of monster-movie memorabilia! It’s called Too Much Horror Business. That means you can stop home on Thursday around noon, looking like