Market Street at night, 1950s



[via Found Photos]

Freaky stickers in the freaky sticker machine at Mission: Comics and Art

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Here’s what I got:

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(As is their enamel pin selection.)

Tasty new seasonal “salad” special at Wes Burger

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Beautiful heirloom tomatoes, plus Fritos and bacon! A truly great salad.

Traffic lights coming soon to 19th and Dolores (the intersection where you’re always like “Why aren’t there traffic lights here???”)

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It’s a Polar Jungle out there…


The Polar Jungle is bringing community to the airwaves – parks – beaches – and venues of San Francisco. This Wednesday at Pops Bar, Polar Jungle takes over the decks at Spin The Night from 9pm-2am. Spin The Night is a fun boozy filled evening showcasing the local heroes working hard to keep the music scene alive and well. Join us in the creative exploration of music, art, and unique experiences in San Francisco!


A hot pastrami sandwich inspired by the In-N-Out Double-Double, today in the Mission!

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At Turner’s Kitchen, possibly today only! If this photo isn’t enough, read all about it:

Sandwich special! Hot pastrami, melted American cheese, avocado, garden lettuces, grilled onion, tomato and 1,000 island (aka spread) on Dutch crunch roll. Inspired by the @innout double-double. ❤️🍔🇺🇸

[via Turner's Kitchen on Instagram]

Song about the bridge in Big Sur that recently ceased being a bridge


When I first saw this photo (by photographer Kodiak Greenwood) back in February, I was like “I’m gonna write a song about that.” Here it is:

Hope u like it


Striking new SF street photography by Troy Holden



The great Troy Holden has been a major street photography force in SF for as long as I can remember. Yesterday he published some new stuff on his blog.

(These two are from here and here specifically.)

The pier where Sinbad’s once stood is being eaten by a diesel-powered claw

RIP Sinbad's

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RIP Sinbad’s

Keeping comedy alive in the Mission


This Thursday night at the legendary Verdi Club! Read all about it:

Verdi Wild Things Are is a new comedy show on the 2nd Thursday of the month with a rotating lineup of special guests.

After the tragic demise of The Business at the Dark Room Theatre and the Cynic Cave at Lost Weekend Video, four alumni of those legendary shows set out to keep experimental standup comedy alive in the Mission District by uniting to form a might comedy Voltron at the venerable 100-year old Italian social club, the Verdi Club.

In July we’ll be featuring guest comedians Arjun Bannerjee, Allison Mick, Jesse Hett, and Mikey Walz.

Here’s a little more about the hosts:

Nato Green – Nato has a column in the San Francisco Examiner, a weekly segment on KALW public radio, has written for Totally Biased with W. Kamau Bell on FX and been named San Francisco’s Best Comedian by the SF Weekly, Huffington Post, SFist, and CBS.

Natasha Muse – The SF Weekly once declared her a “Comedian to Watch” in 2014, and in 2016 they upgraded her to an “Artist to Watch.” She regularly features at the SF Punchline and Cobb’s Comedy Club, and has worked with such comedy luminaries as Maria Bamford, Roseanne Barr,Janeane Garofalo, Wyatt Cenac, and God.

Francesca Fiorentini – Francesca Fiorentini is a journalist, comedy writer, and performer. She is a host and producer with National Geographic Television’s show “Explorers” and with AJ+, the online channel of Al Jazeera Media Network.

More info and tickets here.