I spent awhile today looking for an awesome Mardi Gras event to share with but alas I couldn’t find anything that wasn’t too expensive or derivative and douchie. I mean the Dirty Dozen Brass Band sounded good, but it’s probably sold out and costs over $20. The Fat Tuesday Party and
Wondering what to do for fun this week? Feeling a little dead inside? Wake yourself up with an event for each of the 5 senses! HEAR: Who doesn’t love weird art? Well, a lot of people, but if you do love it, here is yet another Berkeley Art Museum L@te
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.
My sister wrote a book called That’s Why We Don’t Eat Animals and she constantly encounters people who say really inane things like, ‘œI don’t think I’ve ever actually eaten any vegan food.’ She usually responds with ‘œWell, have you ever had an apple?’ and then they feel pretty stupid.
Between shipping out books, shirts and bags, I spend WAY too much time in this particular post office. Considering I started doing zines in 2004, I’ve been coming here roughly once a week or so for about five years. And all I’ve gotten for my trouble is a lowered general moral and a lot of time standing in line. I’ve given this place some of my best years. What follows is the 3 reasons why I hate this place so much.
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If I were to guess what El Cachanilla translates to in English it would be, ‘œnot fucking around’. I know that’s not the translation at all, but seriously, this place makes all the other taquerias in the Mission look like total pussies. Sure I’ve seen other taquerias that sell tacos
The Broke-Ass modus operandi is usually to take peoples’ unwanted stuff. We’re the ones inclined to pull couches off the sidewalk, dumpster-dive, and accept any and all kinds of FREE hand-me-downs. But in this day and age, when even the last vestiges of analogue are going digital, even the brokest
So peep this: Charanga, the pan-latin place in the Mission, really wants you to eat there. A tipster named Tex just hollered at me to tell me that if you book a reservation through the Charanga website, they will give you a gift certificate for the amount of your bill. So if