Tuesday, August 14, 2012

Los events: mid-August

Wednesday, August 15th /San Francisco
Lunchtime Date with Literary San Francisco
Free
Noon:30
Union Square, downtown San Francisco
"Writing celebrating our City by the Bay from Lawrence Ferlinghetti, Mark Twain, Amy Tan, Vikram Seth, Armistead Maupin, and more. Read by actresses Anne Buelteman and Tina Marie Murray.Music by guitarist Dave Ricketts.Presented in conjunction with Union Square Live" via litquake
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/A little foto I took from the back pages of Tales of the City by Armistean Maupin. 
How beautiful is that typeface?

If you live in SF his body of work is a must read. 
Generations may change but one thing remains the same for all kinds of relationships: 
THE CITY IS TOO DAMN SMALL.
He is of my favorite local writers, however he recently moved [SFGate: Armistead Maupin leaving SF by Leah Garchik].

This Week: Goats! /San Francisco's Presidio
More info +map: Goats Lend a Hand at Presidio Golf Course via presidio.gov


Friday, August 17th (Opening Reception) /San Francisco 
6-9PM
Built by Swift at Post Car Travel Agency
Place: StoreFrontLab | 337 Shotwell Street, San Francisco, CA 94110
August 17th-26th, 2012



Friday, August 17th /San Francisco 
6-10PM
Hosted at Mission Workshop located at 40 Rondel Place, San Francisco

For an afternoon, the San Francisco Bay Railroad opened it’s doors to Oakland based photographer Alex Ramos and Mission Workshop to capture the day to day operations of this local industrial railroad on film and video.
The photographs taken will be on exhibit in the San Francisco warehouse of Mission Workshop from August 17th until September 21st, 2012. Go to www.missionworkshop.com/event for information on the show and opening.To view more of Alex’s work, visit his website: www.alexramosphoto.comMusic: Ronin by Noise Problems
*HT /la calitexican


Sunday, August 19th /San Francisco 
Tricycle Music Fest West 2012
Free, 3PM
"Recess Monkey" at the Main library
Checkout the rest of the schdule, festival runs August-October, throughout various city library locations here.
Kids and families, Tricycle Music Fest West presents free family rock music concerts for its fourth year. Skip the nap, grab your boogie shoes and join us at the library! via sfpl.org

via the San Francisco Public Library


Sunday, August 19th /San Francisco 
Noon-7PM
1600 17th Street
Thee Parkside (Potrero Hill) 


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Check out last week's post for more August events previously posted
If you got event info or that you'd like to share: bikesandthecity -at gmail

ok that is all for now
xxom

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