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Author Archives: Christopher Rogers
Seen on BART today between the central Oakland stations and Embarcadero Station. Two slim and styled girls got on, waited for their opportunity while taping the back of their flier, posted and stepped off the train at Embarcadero in one … Continue reading
Hey, Forest Hill. Good afternoon. Hey, Laguna Honda. How you doin'?
Today is October 15. And that means today is Brickday. We explored this Bay Area tradition's origins in 2010. Today all around the world, this special day is being observed. For example, this pic comes to us from New Zealand … Continue reading
* Along The M: Stockton and Ellis. I'd heard from Scott Armstrong that Steve Jobs had passed away. I went to the Apple Store downtown simply to see. Despite the KRON-4 news van outside, the bustle of commerce inside the … Continue reading
* Along The M: Market and Drumm. About ten people aligned with occupySF.com protested near Embarcadero Station's entrance on this sweltering Indian Summer evening. The bullhorn's tinny caterwaul rebounded off of the concrete and stone. There were rumors of public … Continue reading
* Bay Area Wanderer: O'Farrell and Powell, San Francisco. Q: "Can I help you find some place, sir?" A: "No. I live here."
* Bay Area Wanderer: Front and Vallejo, San Francisco. Bricks, trees, and blue sky.
* Bay Area Wanderer: Turk and Van Ness, San Francisco. Burn-off fog hanging above the middle of the city. What can get a person through the day is a subject with a great deal of breadth.
* Bay Area Wanderer: Alert and Landers, San Francisco. Scent of honeysuckle and fresh paint and concrete. It's Friday morning.