It's Friday night. Where Valencia meets Mission, the sidewalks are full of people, and the storefronts glow. One store in particular looks new and mysterious, its frosted window lit from within, its door wide open. But what is it? A sign outside reads "BULK Social Space." Enter, and you might think, "Oh! It's a bar." There's a tall counter, with a bartender, a menu of drinks (only three), tables and chairs, and a DJ in one corner. But everything looks peculiar, temporary. All the furniture is made of raw particleboard. The walls are covered with what looks like butcher paper, printed with strange sayings: "You can get bigger." "You've received a postcard from a school friend!" "Offering Credit... More >>>