Free Stuff! Probably Wet!

by Andrew Dalton on October 19, 2009

We missed out on the Sunday Craigslist Roundup this week because I was busy living it up and freezing my butt off listening to Beirut on Treasure Island this weekend, so here’s your consolation prize:
“Lots of stuff and important thingies on the corner of Broderick and Eddy.” (Craigslist post)
I don’t know what’s so important about [...]


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Monday WTF: Body found on 5-Fulton

by Andrew Dalton on October 19, 2009

This morning I woke up to a report from SFist that MUNI workers had found a dead body at the bus yard at Presidio and Bush (you know, the one up there by Trader Joe’s). The body was found around midnight on Friday night even though that particular bus was out of comission at 6:30pM. [...]


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Ladies Beware!

by Andrew Dalton on October 18, 2009

1981 McAllister Street is a “small dick house.”
“lil peepee” though? Honestly?


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For Immediate Release: MGMT at the Independent Friday.

by Andrew Dalton on October 15, 2009

Ever wish you were one of those cool kids who could say asinine shit like, “oh yeah, I saw [BAND NAME] way before they got big. When they played at a tiny club around the corner from my house?”* Well, you’re in luck! MGMT has just announced a night show at The Independent tomorrow night [...]


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Murderous Tree Removed Over Unspecified Period of Time.

by Andrew Dalton on October 15, 2009

Flickr user expuestosiempre who brought us those shots on Tuesday of the big man-eating tree on Haight and Broderick has put up a time-wasting lapse video of the cleanup. Surprisingly, that SUV looks to have emerged relatively unharmed.
In related news, HolierThanYou commenters have started to rally support for getting that poor cyclist a new wheel: [...]


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Coporate Sponsored Painted Ladies?

by Andrew Dalton on October 14, 2009

Alamo Square makes a cameo in this video of what San Francisco would look like if John Conner fails to stop Skynet if the plan to install lighted billboards along Mid-Market passes. Scary stuff, but the Painted Ladies do get a lot of eyeballs, as they say in the biz. (What biz?)
Via: Eyeonblogs, CurbedSF


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Aggressively Cultured: Sendak on Sendak at the Contemporary Jewish Museum

by Andrew Dalton on October 14, 2009

Every now and then, we like to take some time out of our busy schedules of acquiring and curing hangovers to visit one of the many fine cultural institutions this city has to offer. Whether it’s a tiny gallery on Divis trying to turn a profit or a world-renowned museum beating us to death with [...]


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5-Fulton Ain’t so Bad [MuniDiaries]

by Andrew Dalton on October 14, 2009

Despite the torrential downpour yesterday, Helene over at MuniDiaries had a pleasant moment listening to strangers on the 5-Fulton. If today’s sun hasn’t already, let her warm the cockles of your heart and read the whole thing here: MuniDiaries: Ray of Hope on the Morning Commute


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Totally Subjective Weather Report

by Andrew Dalton on October 14, 2009

Walking around Fulton and down Divis this morning, the neighborhood smelled richly of BBQ, Coffee, and fresh pavement. All I could hear were the sweet sounds of the pictured gentleman playing guitar on his stoop next to Fly Bar at 10:30 AM. (10:30AM!) Ladies were strolling down Divisadero and people were already setting up shop [...]


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Fire at Lyon and Fulton

by Andrew Dalton on October 13, 2009

Someone once told me some statistic that hosue fires are more likely to occur when it’s raining out. So I’m going to blame this one on the rain too. Twitter user @primetwelve snagged the photo. (twitpic) anybody got any updates?


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