A million years ago, in 2018, when sitting in the confines of a tiny theater in the Tenderloin wasn’t anxiety-inducing in the least, I caught “Altars for my Alters” at the SF Fringe Festival. While most solo Fringe shows are minimalistic, often performed by a person in black using only
Do you find yourself reading this site and thinking, “I’m young, broke, beautiful (or at least once was), AND I can write better than these chumps!”? If so, now is your time to prove it. We’re currently looking to expand our author pool and we’re hoping that you, our dear
By Dan McCormick Let’s face it, as much as we want to stay informed about what’s going on around us in the coronavirus world, we could all use a little break from the infectious disease news. No fear, we’ve put together two random stories to take your mind off it
There may soon be a glitter and rhinestone shortage in San Francisco. Why? For the third year in a row, over 30 local burlesque performers will convene for the annual Burlesque Extravaganza at EXIT Theatre. It’s all going down March 18-21. As a frequent patron and performer at EXIT Theatre,
This is going to be a super fun day…again! The gaming experts at Play in the Bay Sport & Social Club are holding three FREE tournaments throughout the day at Laughing Monk with us! There are going to be sweet prizes of $100, $50, $25 gift certificates for the winning teams
Hey, Broke-Ass Readers! Are you ready to encounter a beautiful nude woman with a glowing crucifix on her body? How about seeing in person the man who brought the world “The Great Rock ‘N’ Roll Swindle?” Or do you want to hear the strange-but-true story of the attempt to create a “Sundance of the East?” If you answered yes to at least one of these questions, you’re ready for the 2020 edition of the San Francisco Independent Film Festival aka S.F. IndieFest!
By Devon Wojcik Over the last decade, Riot Games has become one of the most relevant and globally influential companies in the computer gaming industry. Though their “League of Legends” hit might seem inconsequential to some here in the U.S., the grueling 10 years of thought, love and care into the