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Santarchy: Hundreds of Santas Take Over San Francisco City Hall – It’s Santacon 2010 All Day Long ‘Til 2:00 AM!

Saturday, December 4th, 2010

Five-star Yelp rated San Francisco Santarchy has taken over the city today, just as it did in 2009 and 2008 and 2007 and 2006 and 2005 and 2004 and 2003 and 2002 and 2001 and 2000 and so on.

See?

Find Frank Chu in there:

Via Steve Rhodes click to expand

And around the Great Christmas Tree of Civic Center:

Again, via Steve Rhodes

Enjoy the slideshow.

Now, Kay Vasilyeva has this tip:

“Santarchy in my hood = 30-something and up dudes. Santarchy in the Marina = girls with no pants on. You’re welcome for the tip.”

O.K. then.

Let’s hope nobody gets arrested this year.

All the deets plus links to Santarchy worldwide:

Santa kicks off at 12:30pm Saturday 12/4 at SF Civic Center. See below for full schedule and options from the East, North, and South.

Suggested starting points from the East, North and South:

  • East Bay…10am Heinolds First and Last Chance (Jack London Sq, Oakland) 11:30am Ferry ($6.25), arrive 12pm Ferry Bldg, BART/Muni to Civic Ctr
  • North Bay…10am No Name Bar (757 Bridgeway, Sausalito) 11:20amFerry ($8.25), arrive 12pm Ferry Bldg, BART/Muni to Civic Ctr
  • South Bay…9am Cinebar (69 E San Fernando, San Jose) 10amCaltrain #427, arrive 11:36am 4th/King, Muni K/T to Civic Ctr

1-3pm*

Triple Crown – 1760 Market St (Octavia)  *noon til 8pm (see FB invite for lineup)

POLK GULCH
Ha-Ra Club – 875 Geary (Larkin/Hyde)
Ace’s – 998 Sutter (Hyde/Leavenworth)
Blur – 1121 Polk (Post/Hemlock)
Lefty O’Doul’s – 333 Geary (Mason/Powell)

3-5pm

Market
Pilsner Inn - 225 Church (15th-Market)
Lucky 132140 Market (15th-Church)
Lookout – 3600 16th (Castro-Market)
Cafe Flore – 2298 Market (Noe)

LOWER HAIGHT
Nickie’s – 466 Haight (Fillmore/Webster)

Molotov’s – 582 Haight (Fillmore/Steiner)

Danny Coyle’s – 668 Haight (Pierce/Steiner)
Noc Noc – 557 Haight (Fillmore/Steiner)

CHINATOWN/NORTH BEACH
Li-Po – 916 Grant (Washington/Jackson)
Buddha Lounge – 901 Grant (Washington/Jackson)
Vesuvio – 255 Columbus (Broadway/Jack Kerouac)
Maggie McGarry’s – 1353 Grant (Green/Vallejo)
Savoy Tivoli – 1434 Grant (Green/Union)
O’Reilly’s – 622 Green (Powell/Columbus)
Rogue Ales – 673 Union (Powell/Stockton)
North Star Cafe – 1560 Powell (Powell/Green)
Lusty Lady – 1033 Kearny (Bway/Pacific)

Triple Crown continues

5-7pm

CASTRO
Moby Dick – 4049 18th (Noe/Castro)
The Mix – 4086 18th (Noe/Castro)
Twin Peaks – 401 Castro (17/18th)
Harvey’s – 500 Castro (18/19th)
Badlands – 4121 18th (Castro/Collingwood)

UPPER HAIGHT
Club Deluxe – 1511 Haight (Ashbury/Clayton)
Gold Cane – 1569 Haight (Ashbury/Clayton)
Hobson’s Choice – 1601 Haight (Belvedere/Clayton)
Aub Zam Zam – 1633 Haight (Belvedere/Clayton)
Murio’s Trophy Room – 1811 Haight (Shrader/Stanyan)

FISHERMAN’S WHARF/PIER 39
Hooters – 353 Jefferson (Jones/Leavenworth)
Buena Vista Café – 2765 Hyde (Beach)

Triple Crown continues

AFTERPARTIES

    • Space Gallery – 1141 Polk (Sutter/Post) 8pm-midnight – Sugarplum Elves’ Holiday Elftacular & Calendar Release Party!
    • Triple Crown continues til 8pm
    • DNA Lounge (New Wave City) – 375 11th (Folsom/ Harrison ) 9pm-3am (costumed Santa gets in free until 10pm, $7 after 10pm)
    • Retox Lounge (Duckpond’s MIGRATION) – 628 20th Str (3rd St) No cover…goes till 2am.

And here’s a list of participating locales:

November 26

Boulder, CO

December 3

Oxford, MS

December 4

Chicago, IL

Portland, OR

San Francisco, CA

December 11

Austin, TX

Beijing, China

Calgary, AB

Cincinnati, OH

Columbus, OH

Halifax, NS

Houston, TX

Lawrence, KS

Los Angeles, CA

Los Angeles, CA

Nashville, TN

New Haven, CT

New Orleans, LA

New York, NY

Norfolk, VA

Orlando, FL

Ottawa, OT

Paris, France

Pittsburgh, PA

Rochester, NY

Seoul, South Korea

Stockholm, Sweden

Vienna, Austria

Washington DC

December 12

Singapore

December 17

Fort Collins, CO

Manama, Bahrain

December 18

Adelaide, Australia

Boston, MA

Dallas, TX

Dayton, OH

Denver, CO

Eugene, OR

Fort Collins, CO

Kalamazoo, MI

Kansas City, MO

Niagara Falls, ON

Okinawa, Japan

Phoenix, AZ

Sacramento, CA

St. Paul, MN

St. Petersburg, FL

Savannah, GA

Tokyo, Japan

Yakima, WA

Japanese Company Shimano the Target of “Put the Sea in Cycling” Bike Rally and Ride Tonight

Thursday, September 9th, 2010

[UPDATE: District 5 Supervisor Ross Mirkarimi will be there to speak out.]

An anti-Shimano bike rally will take place this afternoon at 5:30 PM. Think of it as a kind of Critical Mass for the oceans.

Here are the deets:

“On Thursday, September 9th, anti-corporate greenwashing and cycling advocates are organizing the Put the Sea in Cycling rally and ride, featuring speakers, bike-powered music, and dance performances.  
 
The Bad Guy is the Shimano Corporation, which has been funneling millions of dollars to finance efforts to block ocean protection.  Shimano and other fishing industry groups are actively working to derail conservation efforts across the nation, including California’s landmark ocean protection law, the Marine Life Protection Act (MLPA).
 
Hundreds of ocean experts will be in San Franciso next week for the 2010 California and the World Oceans Conference to talk about ways to manage the ocean more sustainably. Cyclists and conservationists are showing up voice their support for ocean protection and call on Shimano to stop trying to block the creation of “underwater parks” in California and elsewhere.
 
The show starts at 5:30, and concludes with a ride up Market Street at 7pm, followed by an after party at Triple Crown.”

“Join us for a bike rally to celebrate sustainability in cycling and the sea! The rally will begin on Thursday, September 9th at 5:30pm at Justin Herman Plaza in downtown San Francisco and will coincide with the 2010 California and the World Oceans Conference. There will be music, speakers, food, and community action.

At 7:00pm, we’ll “Put the Sea in Cycling” with a bike ride to Triple Crown (1760 Market Street) for an after-…party complete with food, beverages and music.

We are rallying to call attention to the fact that the Shimano Corporation—makers of the derailleurs, cranks and wheelsets that keep us riding—is financing efforts to derail ocean conservation in California and elsewhere. Many of us who ride bikes are also avid surfers, swimmers, and beach-goers, so we care deeply about the health of our treasured marine environment.

Why would Shimano fight ocean protection? Because in addition to making bike components, they also manufacture rods and reels for fishing. And while Shimanoclaims to be committed to conservation, healthy oceans, and environmental stewardship, the truth is that Shimano has pledged to oppose any efforts to create new marine protections that would impact their short-term bottom line. The irony of Shimano’s campaign is that protecting our oceans is good for business; the long-term health of our ocean ecosystems is good for everyone—wildlife, fishermen and the fishing industry.

Unfortunately, in addition to spending millions of dollars to oppose California’s new marine protected areas—underwater parks, proven to improve the health of ocean ecosystems—Shimano has funded efforts to fight ocean protections across the nation, in places like Oregon, Washington and the Gulf of Mexico.

So while our bike lanes and paths lead us to the ocean, our bike parts may be leading us away from protecting our precious coastal resources. We need to put the sea back in cycling. Help us tell Shimanoto stick with derailing bike chains, not ocean conservation
efforts.”