Sunny, and a high of 75 (say wha?)
It’s been a beautiful weekend for biking around the city. Meli at Bikes and the City reminds us to keep our priorities straight.
Art or defacement? I walked by this mural/defacing/refacing episode today, and wondered what was up. Apparently, Kevin Montgomery at Uptown Almanac had the same thought. Muralist/property owner debate, go.
HIV/AIDS Art Auction at Artillery
Artillery Art Gallery has this to say:
Team Valeriano is hosting its first Art Auction that is meant to raise awareness and knowledge to our community about HIV/AIDS. It is easy to think that this disease is no longer a problem, but with the money raised from this benefit, the San Francisco AIDS Foundation and the L.A. Gay & Lesbian Center will continue to provide the critical services and education needed to meet the growing needs of our communities. Join us as we come together as a community to enjoy art, food, music, and wine at the Artillery Apparel Gallery in San Francisco. HIV/AIDS has dealt the world a devastating blow, but together with your help we can deliver back one of our own.
Friday, May 7, 5:00pm – 11:00pm.
Marina to Mission
Apparently, we have nice weather. And cool bars. And tasty restaurants. Despite all this, properties remain a steal at $400,000 and up (median price of $700,000), and folks are dying to move in. Discuss.