In an age when much of our memory lives in the cloud or on servers in Mountain View, the use of mind palaces in BBC’s Sherlock reminds us of the power of our brains.
David Aloi was born and raised in Buffalo, New York where it snows like all the time. He attended college at SUNY Geneseo and received his MFA in creative writing at CCA in 2009. David enjoys things like balloons, cereal, tea, and running fast.
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If you are unfazed by Cards Against Humanity and have grown tired to the core of Apples to Apples, then try joining the Mafia for change. A game of strategy, trust, and betrayal, it’s sure to get your blood boiling on one of these frigid San Francisco nights.
SF theaters are getting more and more lux and losing more and more charm. If you forget to see the movie because you’re too drunk at the lounge bar, do you get your money back?
If you are young, you have your whole life ahead of you. If you are young and smart, you can take on the world. Here are a few teens who are doing just that.
Autumn is upon San Francisco and the season is what you make of it. Here are five surefire ways to celebrate the subtle onset of a changing time.