Posts Tagged ‘Atheists’

OMG the 13th annual How Weird Street Faire Runs Today from Noon to 8:00 PM at 2nd and Howard on SoMA!

Sunday, May 13th, 2012

It’s time once again for How Weird, so dress appropriately and get on out there:

“San Francisco’s festival season begins

SUNDAY MAY 13th

from Noon to 8pm
Howard & 2nd Streets, Downtown San Francisco

The 13th annual How Weird Street Faire
13 music and performance stages
spread throughout 13 city blocks!”

Ah memories: Second Street in the SoMA:

The San Francisco Atheists:

Getting help with those hard-to-paint areas:

via nsbarr

The largest boombox in the world. These go to twelve:

Open air hookah on Howard Street:

Kate O’Brien’s Irish Bar & Grill did land office business, what with the food, booze and sexy ladies.

via Steve Rhodes

Save the Date! 12th Annual San Francisco How Weird Street Faire is on Sunday May 1st, 2011

Friday, March 25th, 2011

The 12th Annual How Weird Street Faire is coming to SoMA at noon, May 1st, 2011. So dust off your cowboy hat and go, why not?

This could be you come May Day 2011:

(In Soviet Russia, we had to make big travel to get to Burning Man, but in San Francisco, Burning Man travels to you. What a country!)

MYTHICAL REALMS
The 12th annual How Weird Street Faire
Sunday May 1, 2011
Noon to 8pm
Howard and 2nd Streets, San Francisco, Earth
http://www.HowWeird.org

All the deets after the jump!

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Don’t Miss the 11th Annual San Francisco How Weird Street Faire – Sunday May 9th, 2010

Friday, May 7th, 2010

The 11th Annual How Weird Street Faire is coming to SoMA at noon, May 9th, 2010. So dust off your cowboy hat and go, why not?

(In Soviet Russia, we had to travel long voyage to get to Burning Man. But in San Francisco, Burning Man travels to you. What a country!)

Check it.

This could be you come Sunday:

The 11th annual

How Weird Street Faire

Sunday May 9th – Noon to 8pm

Centered at Howard and 2nd Streets, San Francisco, Earth
37° 47′ 12.4″ N  x  122° 23′53.7″ W


Bollyweird: The Cosmic Dance. Ten blocks of art, performances, colorful costumes, unique vendors, food and drinks. Plus ten stages of electronic music, non-stop fashion shows, and healing arts. And a new world record that you can take part in!

The faire is a fusion of different styles and communities, united in fun. All ages are welcome. Costumes and dancing are encouraged. VOLUNTEERS ARE STILL NEEDED.

Sunday will be a little windy and cool at night, so bring something warm to wear.

This MUNI Bus Commands San Franciscans to “Imagine No Religion”

Saturday, September 5th, 2009

The Freedom From Religion Foundation has a message for you.

As seen on Divisidero:

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Isn’t the stained glass theme a little sacralicious? Mmmmm.

Anyway, the bus ads match the billboards. Let’s hear from the FFRF:

“Without religion, Prop 8 would not have passed. It is a fact that organized religion was responsible for revoking marriage equality in California. Proposition 8 was conceived by the megachurches and church leaders, bankrolled by donors from denominations such as the Mormons and religious-right groups, and vociferously promoted from the pulpits of Roman Catholic, fundamentalist Protestant and Mormon churches,” added Gaylor.

O.K. then.

10th Annual How Weird Street Faire a Huge Hit in 2009

Monday, May 11th, 2009

As promised, the 2009 edition of the How Weird (aka Howard) Street Faire yesterday had a big turnout and it went off without a hitch. Founder Brad Olsen has had to deal with a few hassles having to do with police fees but things all worked out, it appears.

So pull up a chair and watch the slide show.

Second Street in the SoMA:

The San Francisco Atheists were back again this year:

Getting help with those hard-to-paint areas:

via nsbarr

The largest boombox in the world. These go to twelve:

Open air hookah on Howard Street:

Kate O’Brien’s Irish Bar & Grill did land office business, what with the food, booze and sexy ladies.

See you next year!

via Steve Rhodes

San Francisco Atheists Collecting Money for another “Darwin Scholarship”

Monday, May 5th, 2008

There they were down at the How Weird Street Faire – it was the San Francisco Atheists! They were collecting money for their Darwin Scholarship.

Perhaps you could win a scholarship too. Not sure if you could use it at a Jesuit school like USF, but it’s worth a try for all you unbelievers out there. Wouldn’t you want to be just like these attractive, local atheists during the next Evolution-Palooza on Darwin Day?

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Come meet these heathens this Wednesday at Evolution: The Musical! Why not? 

God Bless.