Posts Tagged ‘Men’

Women Working Above a “MEN WORKING ABOVE” Sign on Montgomery Street – Isn’t It Ironic?

Tuesday, January 29th, 2013

Dont’cha think?

Surprised signs like this are still around:

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The Best Man for the Job is a Woman: Women’s Political Committee Endorses Dennis, But Shows Only Joanna’s Photo?

Monday, November 7th, 2011

The San Francisco Women’s Political Committee has endorsed Dennis Herrera #1 for Mayor of San Francisco, but its mailer* shows only the #2 pick, Joanna Rees?

Apparently:

Via Steve Rhodes (who’s Everywhere You Want To Be) – click to expand

I’m sure there’s a story behind this…

*Fe-mailer?

Bros With Japanese Katana Swords, California Street, San Francisco, California, USA

Tuesday, October 18th, 2011

So, starting next year, openly carrying guns will no longer be allowed in CA.

But katana [刀 ]? Well, that’s totally wide open:

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Apparently.

It Takes a Village (or the SFPD) to Bust a Man Who Parks His Love Seat-Equipped Minivan on Fell

Friday, August 19th, 2011

An entire hippie drum circle was riveted on this scene in the Golden Gate park Panhandle a while back.

Note love seat on the roof of the minivan – it was there for about a week.

Note bowling ball imprint on windshield.

Note how many cops it took to get this man and his friend on their way:

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Appeared to be a lot of drama going on.

Anyway, there’s a lot of material here, so just make up your own story…

Do You Look Like This Sexy Man? If So, Feel Free to Apply to be a Supernumerary in Our SF Opera’s Turandot!

Wednesday, August 17th, 2011

Turnadot is coming on September 9th, 2011 at our San Francisco Opera – here’s your chance to be part of the show.

Vis the SF Opera Facebook:

Do you look like this? We are looking for 4 men to be supernumeraries in Turandot wearing this costume (or lack there of!). Anyone interested in this chance of a lifetime should call 415-565-6481 or email supers@sfopera.com. Not a lot of pay, but a lot of exposure! Rehearsals start next week, so don’t delay.” 

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Oh my.

The Gun-Toting, Minivan-Driving Robbers of the Western Addition – Four Separate Robberies Last Night

Friday, September 24th, 2010

[UPDATE: Perhaps some of the perps have been arrested. Joe Eskenazi has the deets]

You ever just drive around the Western Addition with your buds in a white minivan and then rob people all night long?

Well, you’re not alone, per Captain Ann Mannix, the Resident Tweeter of Northern Station.  

Check it:

LBCOT

Apple Co-Founder Steve Wozniak Aspires to be a Roller Derby Referee in Haight Ashbury

Tuesday, March 9th, 2010

Owing to Program 4 at the San Francisco Ballet, I missed my chance to see Steve Wozniak emcee the Bay City Bombers’ season opener last weekend. But this short vid eases the pain. Will this Apple co-founder join in on the fun in the near future?

You Make The Call.

The Woz at Kezar Pavilion on Stanyan last Saturday:

Your next chance to pay $10 to see banked tracked roller derby comes up May 1st, 2010, when Orlando’s finest rollers come to town.

See you there!

Pay $10 to See Steve Wozniak Host Roller Derby in Haight Ashbury, March 6th

Friday, March 5th, 2010

Via SFist comes the news of Steve “The Woz” Wozniak starting up the Roller Derby game at Kezar Pavillion at 775 Stanyan Street just up from Haight this Saturday, March 6th, 2010.

Will he bring his Segway along, or maybe Steve Jobs too? We Can Only Hope. Tickets still on sale.

After this, maybe San Francisco will get it’s own ‘Woz Way” the way they have it down in San Hoser.

Your Bay City Bombers in action on the banked track. Ask yourselves, if it’s not on a banked track is it really Roller Derby?

via xispo

See you there!

Vladimir’s Beauty Salon Helps San Francisco Remember the 1980s

Monday, July 20th, 2009

Well here it is, way out in the Middle Richmond District- it’s a Patrick Nagel print from Yelp-rated Vladimir’s Beauty Salon, as seen at 6340 Geary Boulevard entre les avenues 27 et 28.

Won’t you agree that “Patrick Nagel’s artwork is ‘so 80′s’“?

Cliquez sur pour augmenter, mon ami:

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Here’s a little more 311 about the background of this Beauty Shop Nagel:

“Nagel’s figures generally have black hair, bright white skin, full-lipped mouths, and the distinctive Nagel eyes, which are often squared off in the later works. Because of the intense stylization and reduction of facial features into clean lines, generally the figures resemble each other.”

“While Nagel’s work is mostly represented by aloof, if also seductive women, they are rarely, if ever, presented in a submissive relationship with men.”

“Nagel’s artwork strongly influenced the illustration and clip art of the late 1980s and illustrations of women strongly resembling those seen in Nagel’s art were widely used in hair and nail salons and other beauty-oriented businesses.”

1980′s Fever – Catch It.

AskMen.com Ranks San Francisco a Top City for Men, Then Gives Bad Advice

Tuesday, March 31st, 2009

AskMen.com, that advertising-choked, Internet laddie magazine home of Jessica Alba, BeyonceMegan Fox, and Scarlett Johansson, today announced the results of its “Top 29 Cities for Men to Live In“, ranking San Francisco third-best.

Well that’s par for the course for SF, CA, but what about their advice concerning where to go and what to do? It seems more appropriate for my grandmotherthan a swinging young AskMen man. But you judge for yourself, below.

A couple of drinks for thirty-something dollars at the InterContinental Mark Hopkins Hotel atop geriatric Nob Hill – is that any kind of date for a laddie?

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Anyway, here’s their advice:

Can’t Miss: Taking a date for martinis at Top of the Mark

To Avoid: Avoid the Tenderloin district like the plague, lest you actually catch some

Tipping: Gratuity is going to cost you; 20% is considered the bare minimum

San Francisco Bay also features Alcatraz prison, known as the inescapable “rock.” Take the ferry out to what is now a museum, which gives riders a picturesque view of San Francisco’s legendary Golden Gate Bridge.

For the record, the crowd at the Top of the Mark skews older [UNDERSTATEMENT MODE= OFF] to put it mildly, plague is associated with neighboring San Mateo County (not San Francisco’s Tenderloin, which youths would find much more entertaining than Snob Hill), and 20% is considered an average tip around town. 

All right, maybe Askmen’s advice would be good for your skinflint grandpa, the one who has never heard about Alcatraz. You know, the one who never tips more than 10% (of the pre-tax total, of course - he never would base his tax on the total bill, oh no).

Fine. But youthful laddie mag readers might not want to rely on Askmen.com.

Just saying.

Read all the gritty nitty and see which burg topped the list, after the jump.

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