Posts Tagged ‘chow’

San Francisco Catches Antman Fever: “Marvel’s Ant-Man – Trailer 1″ – Filmed On Location, Sort Of, Last Year

Wednesday, April 15th, 2015

Oh, now I get it – San Francisco-based Ant-Man, he’s just a little guy!

Some of the the time, anyway:

Boy, this looks like it’s the start of an extremely generic super-hero series.

But prove me wrong, Marvel.

Prove me wrong.

Here It Is, the First “Full Look” at Marvel’s Ant-Man, Shot in Town Last Year – Can’t See Much of Frisco In It – Release Date is July 17th

Friday, April 10th, 2015

This is what all that fuss was about in the 94117 last year:

Principal photography began on August 18, 2014 in San Francisco, with Russell Carpenter serving as cinematographer.[16] Scenes were scheduled to be shot in the Tenderloin neighborhood and Buena Vista Park.[103]

And then there’s this:

Ant-Man Filming Has Dominated the 94117: Nothing But “Cinema Vehicles” and Extras from the Panhandle to Kezar Stadium

Friday, August 22nd, 2014

I, for one, welcome our new insect overlords.

As seen near Kezar, an Aston Martin:

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As seen in GGP:

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Via Peter Chu:


A Sign of the Times – Empty Parking Spaces on 9th Avenue in the Inner Sunset

Sunday, March 22nd, 2009

The once-bustling, prideful Inner Sunset area of San Francisco is now just like the Land of Wind and Ghosts due to our recent economic problems. You won’t find six empty parking spaces a stone’s throw away from num num Park Chow restaurant at 9:00 PM on a weekend night, but during the week, maybe you will.

Thusly. Click to expand:

At least we still have the swirling fog on most nights. Brrrr.

Cue tumble weeds…

The Slickest Car in the Mission District – Are Scissor Doors Right for You?

Monday, March 2nd, 2009

You’re probably thinking that converting the front doors of your car to Lamborghini style scissors would be pricey, but you’re wrong.

What are you waiting for? Make sure to spring for the automatic option - you’ve got to keep things classy.

A stunning orange Chrysler 300C on 24th Street:

via fredsharples of Orange Design, Inc. Is this blushing orange, tangerine/cream triple beam lyrical dream Fred’s new company car? Let’s hope so.