SF Public Works
San Francisco has had filthy streets for as long as I can remember, part of the problem were the poorly designed and easily pilfered green trashcans in our city. You know the ones, the green monstrosities that are commonly overflowed, or just ripped open, with the oddly designed ‘recycling’ compartments.
The latest twist in the DPW/public corruption/Mohammed Nuru scandal literally involves a knife. Ed Lee’s handpicked SF Public Works successor Mohammed Nuru has been arrested for alleged robbery and pulling a knife on someone Wednesday morning, according to KGO. The alleged incident occurred at the SF-Marin Food Bank facility in
In celebration of my 20th year in SF, I am extremely excited to announce Slouching Towards Neverland: 20 years of Writing About San Francisco. Here’s a quick rundown: – This limited edition, hand-signed, new zine covers my two decades of writing about this strange and beautiful city. – Besides well known
Opening Nov 27th @ Public Works SF, a show that examines the current idea of ‘self’ through art in the modern world.
This Friday night, November 18th, at SF Public Works– get ready to blush. Well, at least the first time I saw this crazy kind of dancing going on, I think I turned bright red. Think of girls with big booties shaking their thing – like in that Mr. Ghetto Wallmart
Has it really already been a year? I remember last year I went to the opening block-party of SF Public Works– which happened to fall on a Sunday, the day before I started my first day of work at my current job. Let’s just say that my co-workers were probably