Scenes from a Vintage IndieMart

by Andrew Dalton on October 26, 2009

In case you didn’t make it over to Workshop for the last minute (but by no means hurried) IndieMart vintage event yesterday, here’s some shots of what you missed.
There wasn’t a whole lot for three dudes having a lazy Sunday to browse on the racks, but I did leave with a new (old) shirt and [...]


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For Immediate Release: Free IndieMart Vintage Party Today at Workshop

by Andrew Dalton on October 25, 2009

We’ve been meaning to do a post on Workshop – the DIY space from the fine Kelly Malone who brought us IndieMart – my favorite place to drink beer, listen to music, and purchase handmade belt buckles.
Today from Noon to 6pm at the space on McAllister & Baker, Kelly is throwing a party to celebrate [...]


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You’ve been Hoodlinked!

by Andrew Dalton on October 23, 2009

What’s going on that we’re not covering? Cheap movies, Bike stuff, new stores on Divis – all the usual conversations in and around the neighborhood:
Broke-Ass Stuart’s goddamn website: Midnight Movies at the Clay: The Great Muppet Caper – Look, we all kind of liked Where the Wild Things Are, but if you really want to [...]


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I Can See My House from Here!

by Andrew Dalton on October 23, 2009

Haight-Ashbury and the Panhandle, originally uploaded by Telstar Logistics.

Telstar Logistics – the people behind that sweet zeppelin (don’t call it a blimp) took to the skies over San Francisco in a slightly more nimble craft to get some photos. Here’s one over the Haight and the Panhandle.
Click through on the photo for more airborne views.


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New Girls video is firmly San Franciscan: includes ironic trip to Disneyland, toplessness, nature

by Andrew Dalton on October 23, 2009

If you’re at all interested in the local music scene (which you should be, because of how you live here) you’ve probably caught wind of our local Pitchfork-heroes Girls. And I hope you managed to catch them before they blew the fuck up and started touring the world. They’re probably off somewhere right now playing [...]


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Scenes from the Next: Trauma in Alamo Square

by Andrew Dalton on October 22, 2009

We alluded to this yesterday, but in case you missed it the crew of the so-bad-it’s-good new medical drama Trauma did some filming on Scott St. across from the dog poop side of Alamo Square (and of course where some of the most famous TV lessons from our collective childhood took place, just across the [...]


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The Toronado-Economy Metric

by Andrew Dalton on October 21, 2009

Toronado doesn’t have a whole lot on the board right now. Is this a rare drought or sign of the times?


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On the set: Trauma in Alamo Square

by Andrew Dalton on October 21, 2009

That show set in San Francisco that everyone tells me is terrible is filming in Alamo Square right now. More to follow, but I should point out their craft services doesn’t even include a Taco Truck or a Curry Cart. What do these Hollywood types know about San Francisco?


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Dodgers Fans Call it NOPA

by Andrew Dalton on October 20, 2009

Well, that happened. I don’t think we really have that many Dodger fans in the neighborhood, but I could see those cheeky LA folks calling it that because god knows they love food. Oh and now there’s a comment war raging on SFist about which neighborhoods are called what and which names are just Real [...]


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MUNI Chaos Continues, probably not indicative of impending end of days.

by Andrew Dalton on October 20, 2009

OK, I know we’ve been posting a lot of “MUNI is blowing it” stuff lately, but I can’t help it if every day I wake up to some news about our favorite neighborhood lines being involved in some scandalous affairs. Today’s video comes again from the SFAppeal and their intrepid tipster who caught this 21 [...]


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