Heading into the Port of Oakland with 10,000(!) or so containers:
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Forget About Shopping on Black Friday 2011 – Come Meet the 49er’s Gold Rush Cheerleaders at the Big Car Show!Thursday, November 24th, 2011
Word on the street regarding the San Francisco International Car Show at Moscone Center on Howard between 3rd and 4th:
“Meet and take pictures with some of the SF 49ers Gold Rush Cheerleaders in the Toyota display on Friday, November 25th from 1:00 to 3:00 PM”
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The show itself will run through Sunday night til 8:00 PM:
NOVEMBER 19-27, 2011
LOCATION: MOSCONE CENTER
10 AM — 10 PM (Sat. Nov. 19 – Sat. 26)
10 AM — 8 PM (Sun. Nov. 27)
ADMISSION: $9.00. Children 12 & under free when accompanied by an adult.
Don’t forget your official calendars and Sharpies:
Christmas on Sixth Street! At Long Last, Our City Family Puts Up Lighted Snowflakes from Lower Market to Mid-MarketTuesday, November 15th, 2011
This is unprecedented.
This is the City Family extending the Market Street lighted Christmas snowflake zone all the way to Mid-Market.
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They used to stop at 5th Street, but now they don’t – they go farther this year.
Won’t this please our corporate overlords at Twitter? (Probably not, but, you know, can’t hurt to try.)
All right, come to the annual lighting ceremony with the Mayor this Thursday evening, if you want:
“Snowflakes on Market – Lighting Ceremony
Nov. 17, 2011 through mid-January 2012
More than 140 five-foot-wide energy-saving LED illuminated snowflakes will decorate Market Street’s signature “Path of Gold” light poles this winter from Second to Sixth streets. A lighting ceremony, featuring dancers from the San Francisco Ballet’s Nutcracker, is scheduled for Nov. 17 at 6 p.m. near the cable car turnaround at Powell and Market streets. The event is free and open to the public. For information, visit www.marketstreetassociation.org.
It will go a little something like this, probably.
Dixitque Gavin fiat lux, et facta est lux:
Those are Nutcracker-starring “Snowflakes” from the San Francisco Ballet. (The run starts up again December 9th this year.) Jessica Carter is the snowflake in the middle, so I’m told.
One or both of these people work security at the Old Navy Flagship store at Fourth and Market.
Seems as if the O.N. security staff was keeping as busy as the overworked clerks, what with all the descriptions of perps being bandied about on walkie talkies
Oh well, it’s a living.
As seen from Fourth Street:
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Apple’s Black Friday discounts are bigger than expected for 2010.
Now, I wouldn’t ever recommend you starting down the path of Apple for a real computer (something like a MacBook Air or a MacBook Pro or an iMac*) but you might find something in the iPad-or-smaller-category appealing.
Act now, today only:
*Why? Cause Apple’s competition is generally harder, better, faster, stronger, cheaper and will be for the foreseeable future.
OMG, Free Kung Fu Tacos, Free Chairman Bao on Black Friday! At Fifth and Mission From 11:30 AM to 1:30 PMThursday, November 25th, 2010
eBay is going to pick up lunch for all you Black Friday shoppers tomorrow.
See you there! All the deets below.
Shop with Your Mouth Full with eBay Mobile
What: eBay Mobile is celebrating Black Friday with a free and open to the public event – Shop with Your Mouth Full. Skip the mall madness and come outside to 5th and Mission to learn about eBay’s mobile apps. The new eBay iPhone 2.0 update, now with selling and RedLaser barcode scanning, launched this week.
Join us for FREE lunch provided by Kung Fu Taco and Chairman Bao – two of San Francisco’s favorite food trucks! There will be lots of fun surprises.
Why: Free food, fun & skip the mall lines to shop outside!
When: Black Friday November 26th from 11:30am to 1:30pm
Where: 5th and Mission in front of the San Francisco Chronicle building; for more details see Facebook event
Who: eBay Mobile is the leader in mobile commerce with top free lifestyle apps including eBay Fashion, RedLaser and StubHub. eBay is available on major mobile platforms including: iPhone®, iPad™, Android™, BlackBerry® and Windows® Phone 7.
Gavin Newsom, Spencer Christian and the San Francisco Ballet Snowflakes to Light Up Market Street at 6:30 PM TonightThursday, November 18th, 2010
Just like last year.
Mayor Gavin Newsom with the Snowflake Girls in 2009 near the Powell Street Cable Car Turnaround at the dramatic “Moment of Lighting.” Dixitque Gavin fiat lux, et facta est lux:
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Market Street Snowflake Lighting
Location: Powell & Market Street
3rd Annual Market Street Snowflake Lighting Ceremony
November 18th at 6:30pm
Powell & Market Streets at the Cable Car turnaround
The Market Street Association organized event of the 3rd annual Market Street Holiday Snowflake lighting will kick off the downtown Holiday season. 142 snowflake decorations will adorn the historic Path of Gold lampposts from 2nd through 6th Streets. Spencer Christian of ABC 7 news will serve as Master of Ceremonies for the event. “Snowflakes” from the SF Ballet will be on hand to help with the count down to the official lighting.
See you there!
See? This was the warm-up to show folks how to do the hottest(?) dance since the Macarena. If you were able to imitate these critters well enough, you could have won yourself free tickets yesterday, or something.
People have been practicing for weeks, as we see, in the Castro:
Congratulations to all the winners!
OVO is fantastic.
OVO’s been going been going for a week or so, but people were calling yesterday’s performance Opening Night – the food was free for some reason and there were a lot of San Francisco Swells and/or People You’d Recognize in the crowd, including Olympic Gold Medal-winning Kristi Yamaguchi – she’s now Twittering about how she was in “constant awe” last night.
Myself, I liked the suspended rope bit from Maxim Kozlov and Inna Mayorova best but the whole show was great.
The kiwi ants were memorable…
…and the very flexible spider was off the hook:
All the fun ends January 24th, 2010
See you there!