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. Wanna be a Broke-Ass of the Week? Holler at us here and we’ll send you the questionnaire. San Francisco’s fog
I’m just gonna copy and paste the info for this one since I’m pretty slammed right now, but in a very San Francisco moment, I looked at the people involved with this rad event and laughed because I’m friends with nearly all of them. SF is the smallest town ever.
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Like it or not, social media is here to stay. So this means that your mom will continue to “like” your awkward pictures from last weekend. There are many etiquette guides out there which generally attempt to steer the average Facebooker/Tweeter away from the overshare. Stop posting pictures of your
I attended a Golden Globes viewing party on Sunday night. The attendees had varying levels of investment, and some were content to chatter away over the awards while others (myself included) were excited to see the results of the awards and more importantly, what everyone was wearing. One person at
The holidays have officially passed, and New Year’s Eve is just a few days away. You know what that means– it’s almost 2012. 2012– the year that The World As We Know It is supposed to end, according to the Mayan calendar. 2012– the year that we’ll apparently be punished
I’m not going to do a big intro. I like to let comedians speak for themselves. Because I don’t want to write a slightly funny intro and then have my thunder stolen with a hilarious interview. Rude. So I’m going to be the bigger person and do nothing even though
Sometimes I really like a band and decide to interview them. When it’s for SFGate, I’m required to be somewhat ladylike. When it’s for Brokeass, I’m required (allowed) to be slightly more irreverent. Thus I have to find ways of making fun of the band, just a little. Some bands
I’ve been conducting Broke-Ass Band Interviews for a while. This is my first Broke-Ass Comedian Interview. Way better. I seriously almost pissed myself while reading the responses that I got from Emily Heller, local San Francisco comedienne extraordinaire. She makes musicians like me wary of ever even attempting to be