Monthly Archives: March 2016

3rd St. Facade: Day 4: The Peel Sessions, Vol. I

Peely peel peel. Unrelated, but I still miss John Peel : (

Peregrine Falcons Return to PG&E – Falcon Cam!

Press release! “For many years, a pair of peregrine falcons has used a ledge on the 33rd floor of PG&E’s office at 77 Beale Street as their nesting spot. And we’re happy to report that the birds are back this year, and that there are three eggs in the nest.” Falcon cam in full effect. […]

3rd St. Facade: Day 3: The Scrapening

Hard to tell via these pictures, but some of the peeled paint has been scraped off parts of the façade facing 3rd st. in preparation for the upcoming repaint.

Yo (SF)MOMA Re-Open for Art!

Tickets on sale TODAY @ noon for SFMOMA’s grand re-opening of their redesigned digs. (h/t @Hoodline) LINKAGE FOR THE LAZY! I am excite, are you?

Facade Day 2: The Scaffolding


` “Happy happy joy joy, happy happy joy joy!” FINALLY, 3 years, 6 months, 26 days after I was hired, 3 years 6 months, 26 days after I was vaguely promised the façade of Central Apartments facing 3rd St. would be painted, FINALLY, the work has begun.