Tag Archives: San Francisco

After the Quake and Fire of ’06

Two views I’ve never seen of the aftermath of the Quake and Fire of 1906. “Russian and Telegraph hills from roof of Ferry P.O., San Francisco.” “Palace Hotel, Market Street, San Francisco.” After the Earthquake and Fire the hotel was razed … Continue reading

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Rare Tribal and Asian Art at the 2017 San Francisco Tribal & Textile Art Show

The 2017 San Francisco Tribal & Textile Art Show opens at Fort Mason Center on February 9 with a wondrous assortment of art from a variety of indigenous sources. Says John Strusinski, who founded Los Angeles-based Primary Source 28 year … Continue reading

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The Lucas Museum of Narrative Art Goes to L.A.

From the Board of Directors, Lucas Museum of Narrative Art “After extensive due diligence and deliberation, the Board of Directors of the Lucas Museum of Narrative Art is pleased to announce plans to build the museum in Exposition Park in Los Angeles.” “I … Continue reading

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Dago’s Toolbag by Philip Bellber – GoFundMe

Dago (aka Dirtman) doesn’t want your help He needs it. On November 28th, in the middle of the night, someone broke into the work trailer owned by Dago. If you’ve spent any time in San Francisco’s Haight Ashbury district, you’ve probably … Continue reading

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Your Media Whore Host

I was interviewed at the corner of Haight & Ashbury a few days before the travesty of pseudo-democracy that was our last election. They were looking to interview Millennials about current events but they liked my fuck Trump hat:  

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About that Header Image of San Francisco Bay

The image at the top is from the webcam of the Lawrence Hall of Science at the University of California. It sits high in the Berkeley Hills and is one of the sites I visit daily. It’s an excellent ‘weather report’ … Continue reading

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US Navy to Name Ship After Harvey Milk

The United States Navy will name a ship after gay rights icon Harvey Milk, the first openly gay elected official in California, according to a report by US Naval Institute (USNI) News. LGBT activists in San Diego and San Francisco had campaigned … Continue reading

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Your Chance to Buy the “Flintstones House”!

    This fun-looking boulder shaped house that you’ve probably seen from I-280 is up for sale and they’ve knocked a cool $1 million off the asking price! Tile and site specific art cover the entire home and match the exterior. … Continue reading

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KKK Flyers Appear in Haight Ashbury, Haight Responds Brilliantly

This is the original flyer that reportedly appeared on a few doorsteps in the Haight: A day later this appeared on poles up and down Haight Street: I think I’m in love with the Loyal White Lady Ally of the Haight! … Continue reading

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New Hammer Graces Roberts Hardware

This 5 ft. tall styrofoam-based, polyurethane-coated hammer sculpted by Sean Mason, artist and fellow Roberts employee, has replaced the old 2D plywood one on the front of the building:

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