First, it was all like this, in the Inner Richmond:
But now it’s like this:
It looked like this, very collegiate, IMO.
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Stay tuned, they’re going to have another one next month too, I think.
Purported District Six Supervisor Jane Kim is holding a meeting about crime tomorrow at the Luggage Store in Mid-Market. That’s the news of the day from Live SOMA, your South of Market Blog.
(Is there actually “Increased Violence in South of Market” these days? I don’t know.)
Anyway, here are the deets:
Community Conversation Meeting Details
Who: Concerned Neighbors in South of Market
What: A Community Conversation About The Increased Violence in South of Market.
When: Thursday, June 23rd from 5:00 p.m. – 7:00 p.m.
Where: The Luggage Store, 1007 Market Street (at Sixth St.)
Why: To open a relevant and important dialogue about recent incidents throughout South of Market that affect us all.
See you there.
A plain-clothes cop on the beat in SoMA last year, sort of:
San Francisco’s most productive journalist these days has got to be Steve Rhodes – the man is out there in the field reporting on things All The Time.
“An exciting series of art events, fairs, installations and performances taking place along Market Street between UN Plaza and 6th Street.”
Gavin experiencing the sidewalk eggs of famous Robert James:
And let’s let Steve tell us what Gavin was saying last night:
“Market st should have 100 of these damn things. I can say that now that I only have 30 days.”
A few minutes later shaking a man’s hand: “It is good to see art out here”
I think I missed all that fuss, passing by a little while later. (You could tell something arty was going on just by the number of art student-types milling about the Mid Market.)
All the deets, below.
Sidewalk egg and sign, Market Street, USA:
Join the San Francisco Arts Commission on Thursday, December 9 from 5-7 p.m.for the launch of The ARTery Project, which kicks off its exciting series of events with the debut of three site-specific light installations by artists Jim Campbell, Theodore Watson and Paul Notzold and art openings at the luggage store, Central City Hospitality House Community Arts Program, and Gray Area Foundation for the Arts. Click here for more information.