San Francisco is 49 square miles of unique neighborhoods and beautiful natural environments, each with their own histories, personalities and characteristics.
I’ve been known to fancy films that are dark. Dark humor, yes. But, also those that have a dark cast to their cinematography from the natural surroundings of the locations, or the usage of digital color correction that gave O Brother, Where Art Thou? its sepia-tinted tones that gave the viewer
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Have you ever had those days when you find yourself in the Marina on a weeknight? Maybe it’s because you live there (which would then make perfect sense); maybe it’s because your softball team plays in the Presidio; maybe it’s because your good friend lives in the neighborhood and refuses
99% of the time, we here at BASGDWS like to share with you suggested things to do. Usually this is stuff we’d be going to anyway and we want you to come too because we love you and we’re all about reciprocation. (There’s also the theory that we’re a top-secret
So here’s the skinny. This is one of those places that has the potential to be one of the great dives in the City, but then has one major shortcoming. The Good: The bartenders here are amazing at making drinks and being nice people. The interior looks like someone was
Whether you admit it or cower in shame, it’s happened to all of us. The one-too-many-moment, two steps away from worshipping the porcelain god, trying to drown your sorrows…whatever you may call it, being too drunk in front of people is both humiliating and hilarious to your audience of choice.
Speaking solely in generalities, hipsters live in the Mission and douchebags inhabit the Marina. Right? Isn’t that something that we’ve decided on as a culture here in San Francisco? That white guys can really be only one of those things? The truth of the matter is that I’ve met plenty of