I just wanted to clear this up for you. Scott has one Scootter [sic] 4 Sale Two, in addition, I think, to a flatbed truck. Now, if you wish to purchase his 40 (?) year old van, which may or may not still run, you are out of luck in ’10.
From Peter R.
From the always exciting SE corner of the mission… a car somehow managed to flip itself over this morning on Cesar Chavez at Hampshire. I keep looking at the picture but can’t figure out how this happened…
Hope everyone’s ok. Careful out there, drivers.
I remember when this apartment building was first put up. (Just over a decade or so? I don’t know. BurritoJ?) I was sure there was no way the residents would let this stand. And yet here it is. The occupants have (4 ply?) venetian blinds, cutting the glorious glow of the orange lamp by almost 15%. (false fact) Perma jaundice.
Some kind of scavenger hunt? Or is it the evolution of leaving trash on the sidewalk?
This and more found on a lamppost at 21st and Valencia.
The next issue of Forum, the literary magazine published by City College of San Francisco, is coming out this May. If you are a CCSF student, faculty member or alumni you have until March 1st, 2010 to send your poems, essays, short stories, screenplays, visual artwork, photography or anything else you think they could fit onto a page to cityjournal(at)gmail(dot)com.
They are especially interested in artwork, so go get yourself published!
Photo credit: Scott Beale / Laughing Squid
Click image for a higher resolution shot over at Burrito Justice.
Reader NoCalAl says “As for Rec Park, I used to go to the gym across the street, and was met with skepticism whenever I mentioned Valencia Gardens used to be a ball park. The Hotel Royan at 15th and Valencia used to house ballplayers, unlike the current denizens.”