Here’s what you see on the Fillmore side, an African animal:
And this on the other side of the dividing line, a yin-yang symbol, for Japantown?
I’ll say this – Auto Row aint what it used to be.
This has been The Historic Clocks of Van Ness Avenue, Chapter One: As Seen from Olive Alley.
Check out these tomatoes, suspended above the idling cars and trucks:
Kurios – Cabinet of Curiosities is here and everybody loves it, so far:
I mean, find me a negative review, Gentle Reader. I tried to find one. I failed.
You know, I’ve never actually paid to see a Cirque du Soleil show. (They’re all excellent, actually. They’re spectacles, certainly.) Would seeing this show be worth $53 and up to you? IDK. And you might feel like a second-class citizen in some of the cheap seats. Anyway, I have nothing to add to the reviews except to say it’s awesome, if you’re into this kind of thing.
All photos from MARTIN GIRARD / SHOOTSTUDIO.CA:
[UPDATE: A Berkeley resident who’s practically become a member of the Willie Brown / Ed Lee administration in San Francisco calls the Tenderloin the “Uptown Tenderloin” for some reason. Check it out here.]
Bro was fast – too fast for me.
But rest assured he was the one who scribbled the white markings on this drainpipe in the 94102:
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What does it mean? What message does this misunderstood urban street yoot mean to convey?
I know not.