(via The Tens SF)
Those of us fogey enough to remember the Chameleon remember that basement well.
There was a cheap plastic record player. There was a pool table that was free if you had the standard style bike lock key back then.
It was a great place to hang out with your friends, drink Death and Taxes, chain smoke, listen to thrift store records, be generally aimless and young.
I hope it’s all that again someday.
you’re making me weepy…I half-remember it too well.
it’s not all that sweet. always crazy hot and stuffy down there. the bar upstairs, of course, is awesome.
Did mad blow down there in the shady 80′s
ah chameleon, now if you could remind of that band from Antioch that did a Beatles cover and played there many times
Was the Antioch band maybe Overwhelming Colorfast, some of whom later became Oranger?
You kiddin me? Amnesia….. The Chameleon, Ha. It was the Chatterbox, and before that it was Graffiti ‘s. If those basement walls could talk they would sound like a meth head with tourettes.
this small and inexpensive personal blender is very powerful and easy to use. another great feature of this water reservoir is the fact that it is removable, making refilling and cleaning extremely simple. disclosure of material connection: the features of the microwave parts what you need to do now
Mail (will not be published) (required)
Current month ye@r day *
Leave this field empty *
Notify me of follow-up comments via e-mail
Mission Mission is our daily salute to San Francisco's most vibrant neighborhood. We love it here, and we bet you do too.