Real Resolutions

How locals plan to make life changes in the new year.

"I'm going to make [something iconic like] a PBR [Pabst Blue Ribbon] and donate the money to either clean up Dolores Park or hire somebody's mom to nag young hipsters to clean up after themselves," he says.

Siegan is also thinking about ways to be more green in 2010, both in his own life and with his events. Little personal changes can equal big public ones. "I want to stay on my bike, recycle, compost, and give to companies who help improve our community, keep my club and bands open for the right fundraisers," he says. "I'm small-time, so I need to think locally, hoping that helps globally."

Resolution Guide: Get Real! 2010

Be Social IRL: Get a real life this year — without giving up the digital one.
By Maya Kroth

Tastes Real: Support your local farmers' market for better food — and a better economy.
By Karen Macklin

Your Farmers' Market Shopping Guide
By Karen Macklin

Happy New Ear: Give a listen to this city's wide array of authentic music.
By Mike Rowell

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