Posts Tagged ‘bondage’

What You Missed at the 2011 Folsom Street Fair

Friday, October 7th, 2011

Uhhhhhhhhhhh…

Via Cold Storage – click to expand

See you next year?

SFPD Crackdown on Up Your Alley Fair 2009 is Due to ZombieTime Photo Essay

Thursday, April 30th, 2009

Per writer Matthew S. Bajko, the SFPD is pointing to photos from famous Berkeley-based zombietime website as evidence that things got a little out of hand at last year’s Up Your Alley Fair in the SoMA area. From today’s copy of the Bay Area Reporter:

“The fair promoters are the ones who have to take charge; this is their event. If they don’t run it properly, they will not be having it again,” said SFPD Lieutenant Nicole M. Greely, who oversees street closure issues for the police department’s Southern Station. “If this event doesn’t go well, we can’t continue to approve their permit unless it is safe for everyone involved.”

So it looks like this event will be on double secret public probation for 2009 at least.

A photo from ZT (ID’ed incorrectly as ZombieReport.com in the B.A.R.) used to show that Miller Beer  / MillerCoors/ SABMiller advertising last year was subdued compared to prior years:

Here’s a link to the somewhat-NSFW, somewhat censored version of Zombie’s report on UYAF ’08. How this all will shake out in 2009 Remains To Be Seen.

The Up Your Alley Fair will be held on Sunday, July 26, 2009 from 11AM to 6PM. The fair is located in San Francisco’s South of Market district on Dore Alley between Folsom and Howard Streets. We expanded to the adjoining block of Folsom Street between 9th and Juniper Streets and on to Tenth St. in 2008 to give the crowds some breathing room.

The Castro vs. SFWeekly Writer Matt Smith Regarding Kink.com

Thursday, April 23rd, 2009

Famous San Francisco writer Matt Smith is the cause of a boycott call in the Castro District due to his Whipped and Gagged piece, the one that dealt with Kink.com, aka Cybernet Entertainment, LLC. Matt’s article seemed perfectly cromulent, but some disagree.

Irregardless, here’s one of the flyers from Castro Street betwixt 17th and 18th.