October 6, 2014
Some fit young women suspended a ring on Mission Street and demonstrated their acrobatic skills.
October 4, 2014
Last Sunday, the Excelsior District hosted Sunday Streets. Many musicians participated, here are photographs of a few.
The singer here is from Sweden.
One could hardly hear these hipsters. They get the award for Smallest PA System.
(Click on any photo here and it will enlarge.)
October 1, 2014
The Excelsior District is kind of like the Mission, but less exciting. Which probably makes it a better place to live and raise children.
I’ve heard of ‘whistling past the graveyard’, this young lady is ‘riding a bike with balloons past the funeral directors’.
Somewhere there’s a welder with extra time on his hands.
The white thing on the back of this bike is a bumpin’ stereo system.
September 30, 2014
Last sunday a long stretch of Mission Street was blocked off in the Excelsior District, so people could bicycle, walk, skate, etc. Many people showed up.
The Bubble Lady shows up at every Sunday Streets, spreading joy and bubbles wherever she goes.
The Vintage Schwinn Posse was in full effect. From a t-shirt one of them was wearing, they may be called Frisco Bay Sting Rays.
Once a stately bank, now a produce market. Stuff changes.
September 26, 2014
I sure hope this isn’t a viral marketing campaign for a clothing line. Been burned before.
It’s all about the barbecue.
No wait, it’s really all about the booty.
September 24, 2014
These little utility plates, or whatever they are, make a great canvas.
A commendable sentiment.
Another installment in our Abandoned Footwear of SF series. This one’s a twofer. Check back soon for more.
August 22, 2014
Job 5990. These guys go good work.
Photo on the sidewalk, portraying construction. These guys do good work,
Looks like a map of a European country. Actually it’s a place on the floor of a garage where some solvent ate the paint.
Sad but true. This town, anymore.
August 18, 2014
Good ol’ Enor, scary as ever.
From a construction site in the Oakland hills.
August 12, 2014
Every year, East Palo Alto has a Night Out event, to have the people meet the police.
Free hamburgers and hot dogs are provided, also watermelon. And they have a bouncy house.
They have the same event in Menlo Park, with a dunk tank. A splendid time was had by all.