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Recovering from First Date Sex, Part 3

by The 4-Way Panel

Dear 4-Way,

I recently went out with a man I met online. We met for a drink first, and we hit it off, so we decided to extend our date and go to dinner too. We had a great connection and we made each other laugh. I was also very attracted to him physically, and I could tell that he felt the same about me. We ended up back at my house for a glass of wine, and we couldn’t keep our hands off each other, so we slept together. On the first date! I really like this guy and I’m worried that sleeping with him means it’s over, that this relationship will go nowhere. Do you think there’s a chance it can work?—BG

Spike Jonze: A Man in Full

Fully Flared
courtesy of Lakai

Full disclosure: I am currently readying to leave for SXSW in Austin, where I plan to report back on music news relating to places near (like Talking House Records’ SFxSXSW showcase) and far. So I’ll be keeping this dispatch short.

Recovering from First Date Sex, Part 2

by The 4-Way Panel

Dear 4-Way,

I recently went out with a man I met online. We met for a drink first, and we hit it off, so we decided to extend our date and go to dinner too. We had a great connection and we made each other laugh. I was also very attracted to him physically, and I could tell that he felt the same about me. We ended up back at my house for a glass of wine, and we couldn’t keep our hands off each other, so we slept together. On the first date! I really like this guy and I’m worried that sleeping with him means it’s over, that this relationship will go nowhere. Do you think there’s a chance it can work?—BG

Recovering from First Date Sex

by The 4-Way Panel

Dear 4-Way,

I recently went out with a man I met online. We met for a drink first, and we hit it off, so we decided to extend our date and go to dinner too. We had a great connection and we made each other laugh. I was also very attracted to him physically, and I could tell that he felt the same about me. We ended up back at my house for a glass of wine, and we couldn’t keep our hands off each other, so we slept together. On the first date! I really like this guy and I’m worried that sleeping with him means it’s over, that this relationship will go nowhere. Do you think there’s a chance it can work?—BG

The Eat + Drink List: This Week's Top 7



1. Who's on Top?
The season premiere of Top Chef airs tonight at 10 p.m. on Bravo, and this season has four local contenders. So pull up a chair, order some take-out and get ready to play favorites. Wonder who we think won? Click here for our completely uninformed spoiler.


courtesy of Stefanie Michejda

Top 7 A+E Picks

Serge Hambourg
courtesy of the Berkeley Museum of Art

Here’s 7 not-to-miss A+E happenings this week.

1. My Name is Albert Ayler at the Red Vic
On Tuesday, March 11 come check out the final night of this moving documentary about jazz innovator and phenomenal saxophonist Albert Ayler.

Casual Comfort/ Eccentric

OWL PARTY

Kris (left), 26, Manager
Lives in: Fillmore
Who's your style icon? Posh Spice
In? Platforms/Color
Out? Black  
Jackie O or Madonna? Jackie always!
Who's closet would you like to raid? Rachel Zoe

Jaimie (right), 25, independent contractor/designer @ heart.
Lives in: south city/suburbia!
Who's your style icon? Rachel Bilson, Kate Hudson
Jackie O or Madonna? Madonna
Whose closet would you like to raid? Nicole Richie (pre-pregnancy)

*Title supplied by subject to describe his look.

The Sessions at Popscene

photography by Misha Vladimirskiy

Vancouver-based indie-pop outfit the Sessions performed at Popscene on Thursday, February 21.

THE SESSIONS


Cocktail ABCs: How Not to Make a Daiquiri

Thanks to friend and cocktail fiend Alex for this gem.

Watch this video, and then tell me that you would ever would ever put that drink in your mouth. There's so much that's wrong with the way he makes this drink, it's scary, but we'll just mention some of the highlights:
Try not to pick your nose while chilling your cocktail glass.
Try not to use only one ounce of rum in a cocktail--at least give 'em an ounce and a half.
Try not to completely botch the measuring of your ingredients.
Try not to pick your nose again.
Try not to use prefab sweet-and-sour mix.
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