Tags24-Divisadero 28-19th Ave Along The M Bart baseball Bay Area Wanderer Brick Day Brickday Castro Station Clipper card downtown Downtown SF fail Frank Chu holiday J-Church Jawbreaker K-Ingleside L-Taraval Lost Weekend Video M-Ocean View movie Muni Muni Diaries music N-Judah Oakland photo Powell Station San Francisco San Francisco Chronicle San Francisco Giants Spinning Platters sports St. Francis Circle streetcar Sutro Tower T-Third The Castro The Castro Theatre The Mission TransLink video West Portal West Portal Station
The Fine Print
The online output of The M-OceanView Journal is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-Noncommercial-Share Alike 3.0 United States license. The M-OceanView Journal is a trademark of The M-OceanView Journal LLP in the United States and other countries.
Monthly Archives: August 2010
* Bay Area Wanderer: 24 Willie Mays Plaza (King), San Francisco. It's game time. And where there's people, Frank Chu is there. Keep on keepin' on, Frank.
On August 19, just after Jonathan Richman's "There's Something About Mary" event at Lost Weekend Video, I had a sit-down video interview with store owner Dave Hawkins, and then spoke with Christy Colcord, also one of Lost Weekend's three co-owners. … Continue reading
One hand down his pants and one hand in the air, this guy could not get a cab. When he wasn't frantically shouting, he said loudly to anyone nearby that he had herpes, to explain why he had his hand … Continue reading
* Bay Area Wanderer: Chestnut at Van Ness, San Francisco. Get me some crayons, I want to draw on that sky.
* Bay Area Wanderer: Lombard and Van Ness, San Francisco. One of my favorite sights in San Francisco is the Comfort Inn at Lombard and Van Ness around mid-day when the rooms' drapes are mostly open -- each displaying an … Continue reading
* Along The M: West Portal Station. Good morning. Where do you need to get to?
* Along The M: 19th Avenue and Eucalyptus, San Francisco. The northbound part of 19th Avenue is almost always jammed with stop-and-go traffic between Holloway and Sloat, even without the M's streetcar crossing over after Stonestown. Sunday is no exception.
* Bay Area Wanderer: Cabrillo and 6th Avenue. Eastbound down Cabrillo, the just-past-full moon is looming low above USF's lit towers. I'm going to take the picture anyways, but there's no way this's coming out.
* Bay Area Wanderer: Gough and Vallejo, San Francisco. Pacific Heights, yes? Old buildings and old trees and somewhere, the sound of water trickling.