Does anybody in this neighborhood even remember Matt Gonzalez anymore? He was all we talked about for one three-month period most of a decade ago.
In any case, he’s a lawyer and political figure and stuff, but he also makes collages with found scraps. We saw some of it a couple years back. Good stuff!
Tonight at 6:30 is the opening of a new show at a.Muse called Scissors vs. Brush: Collage by Matt Gonzalez/Paintings by Tom Schultz. Full press release after the jump:
I was hoping for a bacon sarnie.
UPDATE: I’ve been duped. Apparently this was a meme last year. Great pic in any case.
If you’ve never experienced the magic that is Hard French, the wildly irreverent courtyard party thrown at El Rio on Saturdays, then you clearly aren’t doing this whole “livin’ in the Mission” thing right. Luckily, this Saturday is your big chance to ameliorate that transgression, as Hard French is teaming up with Stay Gold and Mango to throw the most hella gay dance party afternoon of the year (so far) from 3-8pm. Not only will there be rad jams and most likely a glitter kiddie pool, but your admission ($7-500 sliding scale) will help save the Dyke March which is in danger of being cancelled this year (and possibly forever) due to serious financial difficulties. Check out all the deets here.
You’ve been warned, so don’t screw it up this time.
Yep. I was walking down 19th Street earlier, crossed Capp, passed a couple of working girls. Here’s what one shouted to the other as they were parting ways:
SARA!! REMIND ME TO GET A SF WEEKLY NEWSPAPER!!
I hope Sara remembered. (I’m guessing on the spelling there, but the no-H thing just seems right. No judgement.) I wonder if they’re real into Matt Smith, or Dan Savage, or maybe the concert listings?
The point of this post is, I had no idea anyone read SF Weekly.
But I bet all you anti-graffiti trolls are fine with it since it’s a big corporate-sanctioned corporate eyesore on a big privately owned owned thing.
I’m kidding mostly. Particularly if Hendrick’s is interested in sponsoring a popular hyperlocal blog or something.