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It's the morning after the 49ers' first Super Bowl loss, and the Chronicle seller in Castro Station wrote up his own opinion on the results.
A broken water pipe in front of The Castro Theatre. Gallons of water rushing down Castro to 18th Street. Two lanes of traffic blocked off. The water in the hole is a little higher than waist-deep. SFPUC is on the … Continue reading
Tonight, there was a rainbow above The Castro. That was great. Then, it became a double rainbow. Amazing. Yep.
* 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
Around 6:30 PM today, an anti-police protest group of about 150 people flowed down Castro Street south to 18th Street chanting "Cops! Pigs! Mur-der-ers!" The protest was in reaction to Saturday's shooting of Kenneth Harding Jr. in The Bayview District. … Continue reading
White fog hanging above The Cliff House. As white as a sheet of butcher paper.
Last night, troubadour Jonathan Richman accompanied a showing of the movie “There’s Something About Mary” at Lost Weekend Video in The Mission. The poster printed for the event. Only 70 were made. Throughout the movie, Richman literally plays the role … Continue reading
* Bay Area Wanderer: 24th Street at Church. The sky that the hill is disappearing into is so white that I feel like I could reach up and draw on it with a marker, like a sheet of butcher paper.
* Along The M: West Portal Station. In this morning gray light, the Muni workers in their yellow vests look like a line of ducks.