Hey, Look How Green We Are [Photo of the Day]

by Andrew Dalton on March 16, 2010

It’s all spring-y outside and the best part of Divis (between McAllister and Fell, duh) is looking pretty sharp. Ignore the fact that I was obviously crouching in the median, trampling the greenery while taking this photo. At least I can definitively say that there’s no dogshit there.

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Hot Chicks on Haight Street

by Andrew Dalton on February 25, 2010

Local photoblog The Streets are Calling just posted this gem that may or may not be from 2008 and it’s causing so many conflicting emotions in my cold, post-American Apparel heart. On the one hand, she’s seems like the kind of person who not only will go with you to that show you wanted to [...]

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A Picture of Some DPW Guys Planting a Tree

by Andrew Dalton on February 18, 2010

In case you hadn’t noticed, DPW has been finally putting in those fresh trees in the new planters and median on Divis for the past week or so. We’re basically one solid Spring blossoming away from Divis becoming like North Vietnam.

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Aggressive Photo of the Day: Say No To Assholes

by Andrew Dalton on February 16, 2010

I’ve never even heard of this movie, but I can get behind any ad campaign that insists we “say no to assholes!”
On the 43-Masonic Bus shelter at Fell St., which is a surprisingly reliable source of pop culture commentary. (See also: Jeremy Piven Gap ads of 2007)

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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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Mike Giant-Mobile

by Andrew Dalton on January 10, 2010

Spotted yesterday in the Western Addition. More photos of the painting in progress at The World’s Best Ever

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Aggressive Photo of the Day: Upper Turk Street

by Andrew Dalton on January 5, 2010

Via every San Franciscan’s favorite photographer Troy Holden’s flickr/Caliber SF (which you should check out if you haven’t already.)

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Slow Season

by Andrew Dalton on December 22, 2009

I’m sure both of our readers are wondering why there have been so few posts over the past couple days. Well, it’s because I’ve been traveling to Belize, which is basically like Mission St. on a nice day, but there are fewer gay couples on the beach. The bicycles still have only one gear, but [...]

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What takes longer? NOPA vs. Popeye’s

by Andrew Dalton on November 18, 2009

I posited this question on twitter last night, but since not everyone follows @AggroPa on the twitspace friendbook machine, here it is for the rest of you:
What takes longer on a Tuesday night: the line for $0.99 two-piece deals at Popeye’s, or the wait for a table at NOPA?
I spotted more than one person bring [...]

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Breaking: Bean Bag Cafe, No Longer Fashionable?

by Andrew Dalton on November 17, 2009

Ed Hardy seat covers on a Jeep Grande Cherokee. Spotted outside of Bean Bag Cafe today. Let’s hope he was just popping in for a cup of coffee before his long drive back to Reno, and not a harbinger of clientele to come…

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