Help Your Neighbor Find Billy the Dog [UPDATE: FOUND!]

by Andrew Dalton on March 1, 2010

[UPDATE: Kate over at Scenes-from-my-hood emailed me to let me know Billy the Dog has been found! Thanks, internet/dog catcher/Homeward Bound 3: Dog in the City.]
Look guys, I’m no vegansaurus over here, but I’m a dog person and I’d really rather avoid another incident in the panhandle. So that adorable guy up there goes by [...]


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Nash Bridges Revisited: Aloha Nash

by Andrew Dalton on February 26, 2010

In what might eventually prove to be a feeble attempt at connecting with his adopted city, Andrew is watching every episode of Nash Bridges’ inaugural season. His analysis of this once-popular television program can be found here and on the SFAppeal every Friday until the SF Public Library makes him return the DVDs. If you [...]


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Let’s All Ride Bikes to Oakland and Laugh at Jared Leto [Or not!]

by Andrew Dalton on February 25, 2010

Jared Leto’s awesome band is playing at the Fox Theater in Oakland on May 13th. Do you know what that means? It means we should organize some sort of “critical mass of bicycles” to ride over to Oakland (preferably by blocking traffic on the Bay Bridge, because bikes on BART is so conformist) and protest [...]


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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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Disco Bomb Threatens to Cause Dancing, Obliterate Memories

by Andrew Dalton on February 24, 2010

Fellow Panhandler and Pisco/Disco enthusiast Miguel23 dropped this photo bomb on the twitscape last night. (What?) The latest addition to our personal favorite gonzo art lounge has been up for a week or so, but because this is version 2.0 of the Web I don’t actually have to go over there and take a picture [...]


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Screen Printing Party Tomorrow Night at Workshop [$20]

by Andrew Dalton on February 23, 2010

You guys know the drill about Workshop, so you probably don’t need me to ramble on about it anymore, but tomorrow night The Bold Italic – that San Francisco online glossy mag/social network/what the hell is this thing anyway? Is throwing a screenprinting party at the space on McAllister at Broderick tomorrow night. $20 bucks [...]


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Nash Bridges Revisited: Vanishing Act

by Andrew Dalton on February 19, 2010

In what might eventually prove to be a feeble attempt at connecting with his adopted city, Andrew is watching every episode of Nash Bridges’ inaugural season. His analysis of this once-popular television program can be found here and on the SFAppeal every Friday until the SF Public Library makes him return the DVDs. If you [...]


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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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SFPD Pedestrian Stings to Begin at Fell and Masonic Intersection

by Andrew Dalton on February 18, 2010

That is a serious headline for a serious matter! Following a collision on February 13th between a cyclist and a taxi that may have been making an illegal left-hand turn on to Masonic from Fell St, Mike over at Bike NOPA reports that the SFPD Park Station, along with the SFPD Northern Station, will be [...]


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Next Divisadero Art Walk Announced for Thursday March 4th

by Andrew Dalton on February 18, 2010

Has it been three months already? Our friends behind the Divisadero Art Walks have updated their blog to announce the next round of art sales, food specials, and extended happy hours on and around Divis. Right now, the line up of deals looks as solid as ever: $1 oysters at Bar Crudo. Half off at [...]


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