Folsom Street Fair Afterparty at Public Works this Sunday features FOOD COURT

Just in case you’re unable to get all that deviance out of your system at the Folsom Street Fair this weekend, the afterparty is going down at Public Works this Sunday starting at 3pm and they’re closing down Erie Street to make it a danceteria block party featuring a collaboration of three of San Francisco’s most notorious underground queer collectives: Honey Soundsystem, Hard French, and Some Thing!

However, leave that ball-gag at home because this afterparty also comes complete with a goddamn FOOD COURT!  The fare speaks to either your naughty or nice side:

Good Cop:

Mr. Nice, up and coming environmentally sustainable gourmet food truck, will be providing the lighter side of things. 10 flavors of Three Twins Organic Ice Cream and its sausage and hot dogs made exclusively for Mr. Nice by Compass Star Catering. If you’ve been a good boy, maybe you will get one of the limited edition Folsom Frankfurters Mr. Nice is cooking up just for our event!

Bad Cop:

Angry Man Eats is taking all this S&M real serious for its part in the Folsom Deviants Food Court. Armed and ready with its signature ass-kicking Chicken and Waffles. Alongside the regular menu, patrons might need a safe word if they order the “Corporal Punishment Chocolate Waffle.” An Angry Man Liege Waffle on a stick dipped in rich chocolate with black and blue sprinkles on top.

Check out all of the details like DJ sets and other stuff here!

Chicken feet headgear: hot in 2011?

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So, just in case you were wondering: the gentleman decked out in festive attire made from chicken feet and tinfoil wandering last Sunday’s Noise Pop & Shop at Public Works wasn’t some derelict who wandered in from under the overpass completely crazy. That was none other than visionary artist Jason Jaworski, fresh from the scene of his latest performance. See? Art – the more you know!

Via Arrested Motion


Undercover Project Tackles the Pixies “Doolittle” Next Tuesday at Public Works

A ton of bay area musicians are reinterpreting the Pixies album “Doolittle” next Tuesday at Public Works. Bands include afrobeat ensemble Albino!, Tuvan throat-singing bluesman  Seth Augustus, and ex-Dance Hall Crasher Karina Denike.

Come witness over 100 Bay Area musicians from more than 15 ensembles as they reinterpret this beloved classic album.

One group per song. Each of the 15 songs completely rearranged to reflect the sound of that band.

Date: 2/22 Doors: 6:30 PM Show: 7:30 PM SHARP!!!

We highly encourage all attendees to purchase tickets in advance here:

Cover: $18 for advance purchases, $20 at the door (as available)

Check out the facebook event for more details on the lineup. Based on the musicians attending alone, it’s gonna be packed. Get there early.

If you don’t remember, the last show these folks put together was a remake of Nico by the Velvet Underground. Check out this recording from the show: the California Honeydrops playing a beautiful gospel inspired “Run Run Run”.

Update: I goofed, it’s next Tuesday.

Breaking News: Fire Hydrant Geyser at 21st and Valencia (Video)

Reader Rai Sue just sent us this lo-fi (but great) video of this morning’s fire hydrant geyser at 21st and Valencia. Thanks, Rai Sue.

Previously on Mission Mission:

Construction Camp on Valencia Street

Valencia Street Squeaks onto Chronicle List of 25 Deadliest Roads for Cyclists

Omer, Bard of Valencia Street

Valencia Street Art Wall