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FREE: Temescal Street Fair

Updated: Aug 07, 2011 22:25
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Disregard the date on the poster. They rescheduled to tomorrow.

Temescal: It’s that slice of Oakland that’s just north of MacArthur BART and south of Berkeley city limits. Still don’t get the picture? It’s the neighborhood that’s home to both Bakesale Betty and Lanesplitter’s. Ah, now you see.

Come out tomorrow and celebrate what I’m proud to call my ‘hood for FREE at the Temescal Street Fair. There will be local music acts, crafty stuff, and community booths (I bet Oaklandish will be there). And if you cruise in on your bike, you know parking is bound to be a hot mess. No worries — the East Bay Bike Coalition will provide valet parking, so you know your ride’s secure.

If you haven’t been to Temescal lately, it’s been poppin’ off with a whole bunch of new restaurants, like Barlata and Pizzaiolo. After you finish up at the fair, I highly suggest you check out Jaguar, a private room karaoke joint that seems to be run by Korean teenagers. So awesome.

Temescal Street Fair
Telegraph Ave. between 45th and 51st
Sunday, July 10th; 12-6p.m.

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Mia is a nice Italian girl from an exotic Italian colony called New Jersey.  She studied English Literature and Screenwriting at Drexel University in Philadelphia and has no intention of ever being a teacher.  Instead, she produces low-budget films with her crew/friends, one of which actually won a contest hosted by AMC and judged by Mr. Robert (Rob) Zombie.  She currently lives and loves in beautiful Oakland, California, which, she maintains, is just as great as and even sunnier than San Francisco.