Posts Tagged ‘crime-ridden Tenderloin’

OMG, Popular Brenda’s French Soul Food is Now Open for Dinner on a Safe Block in the Otherwise Crime-Ridden Tenderloin

Thursday, March 3rd, 2011

Will popular, four-star rated Brenda’s French Soul Food be as popular for dinner as it’s been for breakfast, brunch, and lunch?

Only Time Will Tell.

As recently seen on Polk, near the western fringe of the crime-ridden Tenderloin. Criminals tend to not like crowds of potential witnesses, so dread nought.

Why not get in line at 652 Polk betwixt Eddy and Turk, dine and then make a post to the Yelp, as thousands have before you?

It’s Official: The SFPD is Cracking Down on Market Street Cyclists in the Mid-Market and Crime-Ridden Tenderloin Areas

Thursday, March 3rd, 2011

Now do I think that this SFPD officer was told to drive around in his truck all day and hand out tickets to cyclists? Nope, not really.

H0wever, it seems that, for whatever reason, as far as cyclists should be concerned, there’s a new Sheriff in town, so to speak, you know, for 2011.

Can I prove this with satistics* and whatnot a month or a quarter or a year or two down the road?

We’ll just have to wait and see.

Irregardless, with great power comes great responsibility, or something:

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Choose wisely.

*It’s just like with Pruis drivers at night – do I notice them because I want to, because I’m biased, because I only see what confirms my suspicions? Don’t know for sure, I s’pose. But the fact remains that most of the drivers going about the Streets of San Francisco at night without headlights on are Prius owners. This has to do with a lot of factors, and Toyota is somewhat to blame, apparently, but anyway, the point is I can’t do anymore to persuade than I’ve already done. Oh well.

Mid-Market Tableau: Longboarding Past Empty, Art-Ridden Storefronts

Wednesday, February 23rd, 2011

This mode of transportation will get you to the Main Library faster than MUNI, no doubt. Dude was making time.

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(Ah, if only somebody could dream up a little half-assed corporate welfare to transform the crime-ridden Tenderloin and art-ridden Mid-Market areas.)