“No SFGo”

by Andrew Dalton on October 1, 2009

Sorry, it’s not a new trend in Bay Area hyphey rap, rather it’s the fight against those freeway-style signs being put up over Fell and Oak streets on both sides of Divisadero. BIKE NOPA blogger Mike has been following the SFGo campaign and the neighborhood resistance, so I’ll defer you gentle readers to his post [...]


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Culture Alert! New Works at Skullz Press

by Andrew Dalton on October 1, 2009

Heads up, pop art fans, neighborhood artists Mike Giant and Derick Montez will be showing off new works and enticing passers-by with free beer and loud music on Friday Oct. 2nd (Hey, that’s tomorrow!) at their space at 260 Divisadero between Haight and Page. Check out Mike’s blog at http://skullzpress.blogspot.com/ for a preview of what [...]


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Aggressive Photo of the Day: Handjobbin’ on Hayes

by Andrew Dalton on September 30, 2009

Local safe-for-work blog: Handjobbin’ has featured a “reverse fingerbang” on the corner of Hayes and Masonic (street view, in case you’re lost.)
[Full disclosure: Hey those are my hands!]


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What’s the holdup?

by Andrew Dalton on September 30, 2009

Photo via: SFist: Truck Stuck at Broadway and Divisadero


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Don’t call it “DoPa”

by Andrew Dalton on September 28, 2009

The other day, the fine folks over at Mission Mission overheard (you know, via twitter) the ultimate San Francisco faux-pas: trying to create your own catchy abbreviation for your hyper-specific location. In this case the offending party mistakenly referred to Dolores Park as “DoPa”.
Nice try, bucko, but we’re laying claim over here to any and [...]


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Wednesday Feature: Howdy Neighbors!

by Andrew Dalton on September 23, 2009

Because we here at Aggressive Panhandler are friendly people, we like to check up on our friends in other neighborhoods. Since no one likes a homebody, every Wednesday we’ll be bringing you updates from around town that you might have missed.
A Yo-Yo master at USF, a new Street Food operation in the Mission, how to [...]


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Mondays are for Learnin’: The Mighty Hayes River

by Andrew Dalton on September 21, 2009

Every Monday, after you’ve finally gotten around to answering all the emails you didn’t feel like dealing with on Friday afternoon, Aggressive Panhandler will (maybe) blow your mind with some interesting fact or history about the neighborhood. Let’s all learn together!

Over here in the geographical (and cultural, as far as I’m concerned) center of the [...]


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Upcoming: Bike Party Double Header!

by Andrew Dalton on September 21, 2009

Like many of our fellow panhandlers, we’re big fans of bicycles around here so we’re pretty excited to point out not one, but two bike-related events coming up this weekend: New Belgium’s Tour de Fat on Saturday in Speedway Meadow and Bike the Block on Sunday. Read on for details…


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Pedestrian struck on Fell St.

by Andrew Dalton on September 15, 2009

If you follow any of the big SF news blogs or breaking news twitter feeds, you may have already heard that a 24-year old woman was struck and killed by a car while crossing Fell St. at Broderick. SF Appeal reports that the incident happened early this morning at 6:20am. And while is is still [...]


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NOPNA Meeting This Thursday

by Andrew Dalton on September 15, 2009

Kandice over at the handy NOPA Networking group (Facebook warning) has passed along the info for this Thursday’s North of Panhandle Neighborhood Association (“NOPNA” to the cool kids) meeting.
Here’s the skinny:
Thursday, 9/17/09
7PM Mingle with your neighbors
7:30-9pm General Meeting
NEW LOCATION: Poleng Lounge 1751 Fulton Street (map)
Across the street from Lucky
AGENDA:
Divisadero Beautification
SFGo
SF Fire Dept. Update
SF Police Dept. [...]


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