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San Francisco on $0 a Day

Funcheap’s one-night-only symposium on tips for living cheaply in SF
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Funcheap hosts its first ever Litcrawl event.

This city is too damn expensive. So let’s talk about cheap eats, free things to do and finding amazing street scores. Get insider tips on surviving in SF even if you’re not a tech bazillionare featuring Johnny Funcheap, Broke-Ass Stuart (live via satellite), Brandon Reynolds (SF Weekly) plus Eve Batey and Beth Spotswood of Slow News Day.

Funcheap’s Lit Crawl: “San Francisco on $0 a Day”
Saturday, October 18, 2014 | 7:15pm
Lit Crawl Phase II
Five and Diamond, 510 Valencia (near 16th)
FREE – but arrive early – RSVP on Facebook


  • Eve Batey, co-author of 100 Things to Do in San Francisco Before You Die, is an editor, writer, consultant, and dogsitter.
  • Johnny Funcheap, the founder of Funcheap.com, is a regular contributor of cheap tips for KGO, KQED, KFOG and SF Weekly.
  • Beth Spotswood writes nonsense for SFGate, 7×7 Magazine, and her site Slow News Day. She loves sitcoms, casinos, and carbs.
  • Brandon R. Reynolds is the Editor of SF Weekly.
  • Stuart Schuffman, aka Broke-Ass Stuart is a TV host, travel writer, poet, and motherfucking hustler. His work appears in lots of places (appearing via “satellite”)

This event is part of the amazingly awesome Lit Crawl which on October 18, 2014 span over three hours in the Mission District’s Valencia Street corridor, featuring an astonishing 101 literary readings and events, including poetry, fiction, nonfiction, comedy and more, in bookstores, bars, galleries, restaurants, stores, cafés, community spaces, a bookmobile, a vibrator store, and a police station.