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Check Out Muni Art and Story Tent This Friday!

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Hey, all you Muni lovers!  Actually, maybe that’s not the best way to start this off.

Hey, all you FREE event, art and fun lovers!  Although at choice times — like when you’re late to work and those goddamn doors won’t close — you may not be the hugest fan of Muni or BART, there’s no question that the many options available in this city for public transportation is largely what differentiates San Francisco from, say, L.A. (well, that and the absence of 85-degree weather and Ed Hardy paraphernalia), and why not celebrate it?

Muni Diaries is hosting Outbound this Friday at Secession Art and Design and invites you to “see life on the bus in a new way.”  In addition to featuring Muni- and BART-related art in the form of paintings, photos, clothes, and graffiti, Muni Diaries will be manning a tent in which you can tell your most hilarious, depressing, disgusting or uplifting story about our beloved bus system that will be recorded, StoryCorps style, and later published on the Muni Diaries website!  15 minutes of fame, here I come.

Outbound at Secession Art and Design (sponsored by Muni Diaries) Friday, June 11, 6:30pm 3361 Mission St. (across from 30th St. Safeway) [Bernal Heights] FREE
Photo via SF Weekly
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