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It's May 4th. Today is Sluttering Day. Why? The song, "Sluttering (May 4th)" by Jawbreaker. That'swhy. (As we keep saying,) Jawbreaker is the sound of The Mission District; bleary, heart-on-sleeve, over-smart, and broke. Here is what 16th and Mission looks … 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.
* Bay Area Wanderer: Third Street and King Street, San Francisco. When the T-car arrived in front of the stadium, the driver said through the intercom "Welcome to Gayyyy-Tee-and-Tee Park!" Currently 5-2 with the Pirates ahead of the Giants in … Continue reading
* Bay Area Wanderer: Potrero and 21st Street, San Francisco The fog is creeping through the spokes of Sutro Tower, edging east towards the brick exteriors of San Francisco General Hospital. Sirens race up and down Potrero, hurrying whomever towards … Continue reading