Tag Archives: Downtown SF

Goodbye to Steve Jobs. [Along The M]

* 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

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The Dillinger Escape Plan rock Yerba Buena Gardens. [Video]

The iPad 2's launch wasn't the most exciting thing that happened in downtown San Francisco today. The Dillinger Escape Plan came to Yerba Buena Gardens at noon. And they came to rock. Witness (in these videos) the ferocious cathartic gyre … Continue reading

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M-OceanView Journal vs malfunctioning Muni Clipper card reader on KGO-TV ABC7. [Video]

Following our spot-video coverage on the malfunctioning Muni Clipper card reader, we were interviewed by KGO-TV ABC7's Steve Fyffe. Here is the video report: Also interviewed for the piece was MuniDiaries.com's intrepid co-founder Eugenia Chien. Without MuniDiaries' inspiration, the M-OceanView … Continue reading

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This broken Muni Clipper card box sings for you the song of their people.

Here at Powell Station, this malfunctioning Clipper card terminal sings for you the song of their people. Good morning. UPDATE: Of course, via MuniDiaries' Jeff, this isn't the first time this has happened: http://www.munidiaries.com/2010/09/29/clippers-revenge/

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Bay Area Wanderer: Ghost tracks.

* Bay Area Wanderer: Clarence Place headed towards 3rd Street, San Francisco. Away from the Giants' field, down an alleyway, a forgotten sprig of train track leads back towards 3rd Street. Ghosts have to commute too.

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Bay Area Wanderer: Frank at the ballpark.

* 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.

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