Aggressive Photo of the Day: Hot Chicks at Art Openings

by Andrew Dalton on October 12, 2009

From Mike Giant’s: Skullzpress Blog post about their new works opening. Someone ought to submit this to: Hot Chicks at Art Openings.
via: Skullzpress


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Big Flashy Traffic Sign Update

by Andrew Dalton on October 12, 2009

When I saw SFist picked up on our (read: NOPNA’s) fight against those freeway-style signs set to go up over Fell and Oak streets, I thought it was a good sign they would be taken down. Turns out Brock and company just wanted to take the opportunity to call the neighborhood “adorable”, which is a [...]


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AggroPa Tonight! Drinks and Tarot and Books at The Page

by Andrew Dalton on October 12, 2009

Well, once again it looks like I’ve forgotten to do my homework. I totally forgot about the One City, One Book program designed to get San Franciscans talking about the same book instead of just making each other feel guilty for skipping over Malcolm Gladwell’s latest in favor of some straight-to-big-screen Dan Brown paperback they [...]


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Sunday Craigslist Round-Up

by Andrew Dalton on October 11, 2009

Free stuff!

Free ticket to Phoenix! (The southwestern state, not the French electro duo) You just have to call this guy in the neighborhood by tonight, and you could be spending the next three days in Arizona.
Sweet vintage ski gear! Just think how cool you’ll look rocking some rad retro gear in Tahoe this season.
And speaking [...]


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Your Mirkarimi Moment for October, 2009

by Andrew Dalton on October 8, 2009

Somewhere along the line AggroPa editors got added to supervisor Ross Mirkarimi’s “District Five Report” email newsletter. Who knows when or why, but whenever we get ‘em we’ll share ‘em.
This month Ross “The Boss” brings us:
Updates on Divisadero Rehab: The Boss has let us know that all “major construction” on Divis between Waller and McAllister [...]


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Friday Digest: Which came first, the restaurant or the neighborhood?

by Andrew Dalton on October 2, 2009

The other day the ever-skeptical Eve at SFAppeal questioned a thin and unattributed article at SFGate about which restaurants “capture the spirit” of their neighborhoods. I guess the people at The Chron/SFGate still have money to eat out despite all those layoffs (cheap shot!) And sure enough the anonymous Chronicle writer(s?) only included a couple [...]


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Feel Good About Your Burrito Habit

by Andrew Dalton on October 2, 2009

Sure, you’re bike gets “53 miles per burrito” or whatever your clever t-shirt says, but how about you make a real difference with that burrito money? SFoodie at SF Weekly let us know that next Friday, October 9 Papalote on Fulton will be donating 30% of sales to help support the victims of Tropical Storm [...]


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“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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