Posts Tagged ‘rainbow’

The “Proud Whopper!” – Wow, Burger King Goes Full Rainbow for Pride 2014 – “WE ARE ALL THE SAME INSIDE”

Tuesday, July 1st, 2014

These “Proud Whoppers” are still on sale in the 415 / 628?

Yes, down at 1200 Market Street at 8th and Larkin and Grove, across the street from the Main Public Library

Delicious!

Vox Populi: 

“I think this wrapper means we all have the same rights,” a young child explains.

“A burger has never made me cry before,” says a young woman.

To wit:

News nugget:

“Proceeds from the limited-time-only $4.29 sandwich will be donated to the Burger King McLamore Foundation, the chain’s charity arm, for scholarships for college-bound LGBT high school seniors graduating next spring.”

Bonus round: Rainbow Crowns!

In closing:

The Gay Whopper. It’s a thing. No but really though.”

Oh, and from Burger King’s FaceBook page, where people are writing in to say that they’ll never eat at BK again:

America, California, Travelodge, Gay: Flags in the Wind

Thursday, March 20th, 2014

The Crayola Colors of San Francisco’s Outer Sunset

Friday, March 7th, 2014

On a dreaded sunny day west of San Francisco and just east of the land of $4 toast, and just 50 minutes from your job in the Financh:

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If You’re Looking for a Golden Gate Bridge Photo With a Rainbow Included, Here You Go – From David Yu

Friday, September 28th, 2012

Famous San Francisco photographer David Yu offers up a blue-sky rainbow o’er the Golden Gate Bridge.

Single rainbow, part of the way:

 

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Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco Flies Rainbow Flag for Gay Pride Month, 2012

Saturday, June 23rd, 2012

Like this:

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But there are no complaints, unlike the recent situation in Virginia at the Fed Bank there.

The Rainbows of Heidelberg Hill in Golden Gate Park

Sunday, June 3rd, 2012

Here’s one of them.

Single rainbow, all the way:

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Roy G. Biv: Check Out the Noe Valley Rainbow House

Monday, November 21st, 2011

See? It goes Red, Orange, Yellow, Green, Blue, Indigo, and Violet, just like a rainbow:

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The Most Photographed Rainbow in San Francisco History: 11-20-2011 – Single Rainbow, All the Way!

Sunday, November 20th, 2011

You couldn’t miss this one today:

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My friend Totoro enjoyed it, certainly, as did Telstar Logistics and Rick and Mister Mushroom and David.FredH and, well, everybody.

ZOMG, See “Pearl Jam Twenty” at the Castro Theatre for Free on Tuesday, October 18th! But Get Your Tickets Now – It’s PJ20!

Tuesday, October 4th, 2011

Thanks, KQED!

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All the deets:

“KQED is proud to sponsor a FREE screening of the American Master’s film: Pearl Jam Twenty at San Francisco’s Historic Castro Theatre

Pearl Jam Twenty

8:00pm

Castro Theatre
429 Castro Street
San Francisco

This year (2011) is a year long celebration of Pearl Jam’s 20-year history and this film — carved from never-before-seen archival footage and many hours of recently shot interviews and live performances — is central to the celebration. A definitive portrait of the groundbreaking band, as told by award-winning director and music journalist Cameron Crowe, we become intimate with the Seattle musicians, whose sound and social consciousness were revolutionary — they stood up to both the prevailing social politic and the imperious music industry. Reluctantly moving from small clubs to the world stage, they resisted stardom, remaining true to their art and retaining truth in that art. Still relevant today, Pearl Jam is known for their passion and philosophy; their intense, poetic lyrics about socially and emotionally marginalized young people; for their amazing relationship with their audience. They are not, however, known for personal promotion or late-night television appearances, making the revelations in this film all the more exciting.
PJ20 airs on KQED 9 in the Bay Area on October 21 at 9pm.”

@KQED San Francisco
Updates from the world of KQED, your Northern California PBS and NPR station, edited by Yoon Lee, Vi Zahajszky and Lizzy Acker from KQED.
http://www.kqed.org

Asians + Gays + Women = Electoral Victory for Ed Lee in the 415? Check Out the Latest Demographic Push From “Run Ed Run”

Wednesday, July 20th, 2011

I don’t know, what motervates people to spend their weekends wandering Golden Gate Park gathering signatures for the election of somebody who said he’s not running?

I don’t know, it must be something. (I don’t think it’s anything grass-rootsy though.

See the rainbow and the leather cap? That means that Mayor Ed Lee is Good For Gays, apparently. Anyway, these gals seemed to be having a good time:

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Writer Erin Sherbert has the latest deets of the strategy of the non-grass-roots people behind Run Ed Run: Enjoy.