Love Fest. Saturday, October 3rd. 2009. San Francisco. $10.

8 10 2009

Because I live out in the boondocks I’m usually able to get a good seat when taking MUNI inbound and that gives me a great vantage point when playing the “Who else on the bus is going to the same block party I’m going to?” game.

Some festivals are trickier then others, but when you start talking about the Folsom Street Fair or Love Fest even Stevie Wonder can dominate in this game.

Please to enjoy, a scene from the Civic Center MUNI station during Love Fest 2009 –

Oh my Lord. It’s like a tsunami of teenage wasteland.

My favorite part of this video is that it was shot by Adam Jackson who ran the great Adam’s Block website. The premise of that site was pretty simple, he just put a webcam outside of his apartment window in the Tenderloin and streamed everything that was happening online. The site attracted an international following and the crime rate actually dropped on that particular block because whenever a junkie would break into a car someone in Idaho would see it online in real time and call SFPD. Go team.


Deadmau5 set at Love Fest. Skip ahead to 6:15.

Best. Rick Roll’d. EVER.


DJ Dan Live at Love Fest. San Francisco. 2007. FREE

The N Judah Proletariat Blues

10 09 2009

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Noticed that the artist has since added his signature tag.

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Where the N Judah meets the Pacific Ocean.

20 02 2009


Normally it’s really foggy and overcast in The Sunset, especially by the beach. However, with the exception of the recent storms, the weather lately has been fucking amazing. Sunny, with mid-to-high 70s, and a light off shore breeze. It’s every Southern Californian fantasy of every Beach Boys song rolled into a single glorious afternoon. And this is our winter. Let’s hear it for global warming!

I just recently rediscovered the N Judah bus stop at Ocean Beach and fell in love with it. This has got to be my favorite bus stop in the city.

What a great day not to be chained down to a cubicle.





Love the thorny succulents with flowers. Nice touch.