Month: November 2019

November Editor’s Letter: Goodbye, Farewell

Is there a new and interesting way to say goodbye? I’ve been mulling this over for a few weeks now, knowing that I would need to step up to the plate and say it: that resonating, final goodbye. Looking through my past Editor’s Letters to you fine folk, I noticed I’ve written about goodbyes—in some […]

Holiday Gift Guide 2019: 8 Gifts That Are Straight From The Heart

Oh the holiday season. A much merry time to be with loved ones and to remember the spirit of coming together. But then the dread—the annual gift giving carnival of it all. The worry of which the person getting the gift will fall in love with your hard work or not. At Bob Cut, we’ve […]

On the Range: A Dinner with Outstanding in the Field

“We’ve never done one of these dinners inside a cloud before, so we’ll see how this goes.” With these words, Outstanding in the Field founder Jim Denevan kicks off one of the culminating dinners of the team’s fall 2019 season. He couldn’t be more spot on in his clever and charming personification of the evening’s […]

Drink This: West + Wilder’s Wine In A Can Is Oh So California

We mean, how could you not? It’s wine in a can. But for the team of West + Wilder, the can idea holds true to its name—a drink that is inspired by West Coast lifestyle and continues to push wilder and wilder flavors only found on the best coast. Started by longtime Sonoma friends, Matthew Allan and […]

Shop Talk: A Destination for the Modern Forager—Foragers Present

You know the excitement you get in the dollar section at Target? That was exactly how I felt when I walked into Foragers Present. Looking at all of their artisanal products which fill the shelves from top to bottom got me so excited that I couldn’t help but touch, grab, smell, and test out everything […]

Goldenseed: Cannabis Fit For the Golden State Lifestyle

Let’s discuss weed. And I’m not talking about the pot you found yourself smoking on a college night in some hazy dorm room decorated with cheap tapestries and poorly strung Christmas lights. I’m talking about real, meticulously cultivated marijuana. It’s not so hard to find nowadays given that the medical marijuana market has provoked an […]

Growing Up A Graffiti Artist With A Cop As A Dad

Before I spent most of my time at Bob Cut Mag, I was a student at the University of San Francisco. My undergrad years were, to say the least, four years of non-stop fun. One of the many people who made those four years so memorable was Justin Barreras. We met in class during our […]

Oat Milk: An Unsuspecting Answer to Climate Change

I can recall with embarrassing clarity the precise moment oat milk became my default preference. It was the first time I had it. Curious enough, my first encounter was not based off of the recommendation of some hipster barista at a coffee roaster, but by the insistence of a coworker who met me at a […]

The October Editor’s Letter: Things That Move Me

When I was a  wee twenty-two year old, my first boss once said to me, “nothing in your twenties is permanent. You’ll move apartments once a year, just watch.”  I was a little irritated at her blanket statement, cast so hastily over me. I had just moved to the city when she said this, basking […]

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