Just taking an early morning walk.
Ok, maybe I was asking a little much when I demanded 200-word-or-less essays for two (2) free tickets to the awesome event happening at the Cal Academy of Sciences this Saturday, DAWN 2010, featuring Fool’s Gold, Gary Shteyngart, and more. So, we’re going to make things a little easier for you: Science-themed music videos! In … Continue reading “NEWS FLASH: Nobody Likes to Write Essays”
Since the beerdolero haiku contest is ending today, we’re throwing another one out there for our faithful readers. In anticipation of the Jewish holiday of hanging out, Shavuot, the Cal Academy of Sciences is collaborating with Reboot and Tablet magazine to host DAWN 2010, a late-night kaleidoscope of cultural arts and such. Check out this awesome … Continue reading “Win FREE Tickets to Party Like It’s Shavuot at the Cal Academy of Sciences”
Whoa! Linda writes in about being held up Sunday night: Me and a coupla pals were on our way home from my bachelor party on Sunday night at about 1 or 1:30am. I of course was lit up like a Christmas tree so the details are a little fuzzy. Long story short – we got … Continue reading “Sunday Night Stick Up on 20th/Folsom”
Drew Hoolhorst, my new favorite San Francisco blogger, spent yesterday afternoon in Dolores Park: I was hanging out this afternoon in Dolores Park and a few things dawned on me: Dolores Park is essentially the crowd for a Phish show that has no idea that Phish is not coming. And that they are not at … Continue reading “Drew Goes to Dolores Park”
Reader Clux just breathed new life into the comments thread on Throwback — Mission 1989: Man New Dawn is where me and my friends grew up, Everyday after high school we would go kick it there and drink coffee for hours..They would give us any orders they fucked up on. My friend got and still … Continue reading “Stacey’s Time of the Month Special: One Biscuit, Covered With Gravy, Sprinkled With Cheese, and One Egg on Top $1.95”
Just in time for the dawn of a new sociopolitical era, Gravel & Gold came upon this colorful relic from 1966. Stop by the shop at 18th and Treat to see it in the flesh and perhaps make a purchase. Link. Previously: In The City We Trust
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