Tomorrow Night: Last Skullz Press Show at 260 Divis [FREE BEER]

by Andrew Dalton on February 4, 2010

Mike Giant updated the Skullz Press blog to let us know he’ll be moving out of his current space at 260 Divisadero at the end of February. That means tomorrow [Friday!] will be the last of his First-Friday-of-the-Month open house shows on Divis.
No word on where he’ll be setting up shop next, but he’ll be [...]


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Nash Bridges Revisited: High Impact

by Andrew Dalton on January 29, 2010

In what might eventually prove to be a feeble attempt at connecting with his adopted city, Andrew is watching every episode of Nash Bridges’ inaugural season. His analysis of this once-popular television program can be found here and on the SFAppeal every Friday until the SF Public Library makes him return the DVDs. If [...]


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Thursday 5-Fulton Report

by Andrew Dalton on January 28, 2010

As I mentioned yesterday, I’m going undercover this week as an average MUNI rider on a rush hour commute. I haven’t had a regular morning commute in roughly 9 months, so I’m kind of like a second grader on the first day of school. (Not a first grader though, because duh I’ve ridden the bus [...]


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Hot Chicks at Workshop

by Andrew Dalton on January 27, 2010

Spotted this snazzy photo of Kelly Malone from a link on @WorkshopSF the other day. 7×7 Magazine did a writeup on Our Lady of Perpetual Up-Cycling from the Cathedral of DIY at McAllister and Baker. You can read that here, or better yet: zip over to the Workshop Site (because 7×7 won’t bother giving you [...]


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Wednesday Morning 5-Fulton Report

by Andrew Dalton on January 27, 2010

If you haven’t guessed by now, at least one-half of AggressivePanhandler (that’d be me) doesn’t actually work downtown like the rest of you sheeple. Thus, I am spared the most common of daily interactions that San Franciscans love to complain about so much. But since I’m working downtown this week, I thought I’d bring you [...]


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Nash Bridges Revisited: Skirt Chasers

by Andrew Dalton on January 22, 2010

In what might eventually prove to be a feeble attempt at connecting with his adopted city, Andrew is watching every episode of Nash Bridges’ inaugural season. His analysis of this once-popular television program can be found here and on the SFAppeal every Friday until the SF Public Library makes him return the DVDs. If [...]


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Tonight at the Independent: White Denim

by Andrew Dalton on January 20, 2010

I know it’s been raining like a motherfucker off and on all day, but you really need to get out of the house/office/coffee shop and do something. Since you’re probably busting your ass to make up for the day you didn’t work on Monday, how about hopping off the 21 and popping right in to [...]


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NOPA Neighborhood Association Meeting Tomorrow

by Andrew Dalton on January 20, 2010

Not sure how many people actually go to NOPNA’s monthly general meetings, but I keep getting these facebook notifications, so maybe someone other than myself is interested. It looks like they’ll be discussing a new Pot club at 350 Divis which I’m sure is a cause we can all rally behind. And there will also [...]


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Say Hello to Your New District 5 Supe: “Juice Box”

by Andrew Dalton on January 20, 2010

The other day, SFWeekly ran a post about nicknames, the Jersey Shore, and the city’s Supervisors. If you’ve been religiously hate-watching (secretly love-watching) MTV’s Jersey Shore for the past month then you know these kids are totally nuts with these bizarre social rituals that make them difficult to recognize as being part of the same [...]


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Nash Bridges Revisited: Episode 2: Home Invasion

by Andrew Dalton on January 15, 2010

In what might eventually prove to be a feeble attempt at connecting with his adopted city, Andrew is watching every episode of Nash Bridges’ inaugural season. His analysis of this once-popular television program can be found here and on the  SFAppeal every Friday until the SF Public Library makes him return the DVDs. If  you [...]


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