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Hanna Quevedo

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    December 17, 2012

    SantaCon: Thousands of Naughty Santas Invade Union Square

    It's that time of the year again when you can don your sexy Santa getup, spike your eggnog, and then descend upon the streets of San Francisco to drink (a lot) more -- without any judgment. Not even the icy cold rain stopped these San Francisco Santas from putting on their white-beards and gett ... More >>

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    March 21, 2012
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    November 1, 2011

    The Best of San Francisco's Halloween

    We already gave readers a quick look at one of our favorite costumes from Halloween in San Francisco last night -- Supervisor Ross Mirkarimi dressed part zombie, part politician. But after looking through a collection of images from the frightful festivities in the Castro last night, we thought we'd ... More >>

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    October 19, 2011
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    August 18, 2011

    Top 10 Signs You Had Too Much Fun at a Music Festival This Summer

    It's been four relatively normal days since the end of the Outside Lands Music Festival, and frankly, we're still going through withdrawals. With summer approaching its end, we bet lots of you are still yearning for the carefree, deafening days you spent tromping around festival grounds and catching ... More >>

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    May 16, 2011

    OysterFest 2011, All Over But the Shells

    Hanna QuevedoWhat goes better with a concert than oysters?​San Francisco has a way of using food to frame things: disasters, political discussions, drugs. On Saturday. an outdoor concert with the likes of Guster and Rodrigo y Gabriela was framed with bivalves. The 12th annual OysterFest brough ... More >>

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    December 23, 2010

    Ho Ho Ho Bang, Black X-Mass, Radioactive's Holiday Extravaganza, Free Jewish Museum and More

    Hanna QuevedoThis Saturday marks the 13th annual Black X-Mass with Karla LaVey at the Elbo Room.​Can't stand another minute of the eye-drooping boredom of this whole holiday family time thing? Or are you stuck in town due to circumstances beyond your control? Either way, to fix the problem, here's ... More >>

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    November 12, 2010

    San Francycle: Local Gems at SF Bike Expo

    ​ Hey, I have an idea. Let's convene a vertigo-sufferers convention in the Swiss Alps. Then we'll hold a family picnic in an Alaskan timberwolf preserve. And finally we can organize an ocean cruise to Kansas. But first, let's hold the San Francisco Bike Expo at the Cow Palace. It's the perfec ... More >>

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    September 17, 2010

    This Weekend: Autumn Moon Festival Rolls Through Chinatown

    Hanna QuevedoLion dancers, street food ― and plenty of yin.​Tomorrow promises to kick off a very entertaining weekend in Chinatown ― it's the 20th Annual Autumn Moon Festival, with nonstop entertainment from lion dancers, acrobats, Polynesian dancers, performances by local dance-school gro ... More >>

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    July 12, 2010

    Monday Morning Hangover: Superheros, Boing Boing, & Paul McCartney

    This weekend was a great weekend to geek out. Whether you wanted to dress like a superhero or go to a nerdy picnic in Golden Gate Park, opportunities abounded to just let your inner-dork hang out.Hanna Quevedo​Heroes and villains in all sorts of outrageous costumes took over the waterfront this we ... More >>

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    May 24, 2010

    Monday Morning Hangover: Cavemen, Harvey, & Maker Faire

    It's Monday again, and if you're like us, you ate too many hot-dogs last weekend. And if you didn't, we feel a little sorry for you.Calibree Photography​The women of the Hubba Hubba Revue got primal at DNA lounge, where they presented a caveman themed show.Hanna Quevedo​Meanwhile, at this year's ... More >>

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    May 17, 2010

    Monday Morning Hangover: Bay to Breakers, Oysterfest & More

    Good morning! How's that Bay to Breakers hangover treating you? Oh, you woke up in a cardboard box wearing half of your Where's Waldo costume and you're still drunk? Well, you should probably find a place to take a shower. You're late for work.Joe Schell​The race turned costumed-drunken boozefest ... More >>

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    May 10, 2010

    Monday Morning Hangover: Bacon, Metallica, & Banksy

    This weekend, people brought home the bacon and went out in the streets for one of San Francisco's quintessential street parties: the How Weird Street Faire.Hanna Quevedo​Greasy good fun was had by all who attended Bacon Camp 2010, where the fried delicacy was cooked up in a multitude of ways.Hann ... More >>

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    May 3, 2010

    Monday Morning Hangover: Hot Hot Weekend

    Hanna Quevedo​Critical Mass kicked off a glorious weekend, departing from Justin Herman Plaza Friday evening and wending it's way through the city as the sun set.Gretchen Robinette​Canadian indie-rock collective Broken Social Scene took over  the stag at the Fillmore, playing tracks from th ... More >>

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    April 26, 2010

    Monday Morning Hangover: An Embarrassment of Riches

    As the Summer(ish) months start rolling in, it seems the possibilities for weekend distractions multiply exponentially. This past weekend offered an embarrassment of riches: comedy, music, art and bawdiness abounded. Gretchen Robinette​Yo La Tengo and the Sic Alps played the Fillmore Saturday and ... More >>

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    April 19, 2010

    Monday Morning Hangover: Cannabis Expo, Red Hots Burlesque, and Bed Races

    This weekend offered a plethora of choices for music fans, pot fans, and people who are fans of racing household furniture through the streets. (Fans of all three basically had the best weekend ever.)Marijuana advocates and enthusiasts crowded the International Cannabis and Hemp Expo, that featured ... More >>

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    April 12, 2010

    Monday Morning Hangover: Sopping Wet

    This weekend's torrential downpour was enough to keep us inside with a bottle of Jim Beam's finest, streaming Hallmark made-for-TV Criterion movies on Netflix. But in spite of the wretched weather, we managed to pull on our on-trend galoshes and slog out into the night.Richard Haick​Nerds and musi ... More >>

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    April 2, 2010

    Baylinks: Elevators, Missed Connections, & Scary Animals

    Hanna Quevedo​ Video of yesterday's St. Stupid's Day Parade. [Laughing Squid]Upcoming exhibit of "extreme" mammals coming to the California Academy of Science sounds totally kick-ass. [SFAppeal]"Also a challenge to Muni operators: behaving pleasantly and not killing people." Oh, snap! [Sweet Melis ... More >>

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    March 29, 2010

    Monday Morning Hangover: Bondage, Carnivals, & Tobacco

    Finally, San Francisco weather, you did something right. Sunshine all weekend and then on Monday you bring the rain. We appreciate that there's a drought going on, so we're down with the wetness, but if you could keep up this trend, we'd appreciate. There was a lot of stuff going on this weekend, so ... More >>

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    March 1, 2010

    Monday Morning Hangover: Fog City Wrestling, Bohemian Carnival, Noise Pop, & More

    The office coffee is burned (again) and you've got 537 emails in your inbox. You could probably take a fifteen minute pre-work break (those totally exist!) and read this before you start your week. How was your weekend? Ours was pretty busy.Gretchen Robinette​

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    February 22, 2010

    Monday Morning Hangover: Mardi Gras & More

    There was a lot going on this weekend, so let's just get on with it, shall we? The lovely ladies of Hubba Hubba Burlesque pulled out all the stops for a their Mardi Gras celebration at DNA Lounge, and we were there to document it all.Calibree Photography​

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    February 18, 2010

    SF Weekly Names Winners of Masterminds Arts Grants

    Hanna Quevedo​Thanks to Project One for hosting a great party and all the artists who helped make a terrific show last night. We wish we could have given out grants to everyone, but we only had enough money to give out three. Hanna Quevedo​Without further ado, here are the artists who took ... More >>

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    February 15, 2010

    Monday Morning Hangover: Hearts and Soul

    So, last weekend was Valentine's Day Weekend. Which means that people who weren't coupled up and doing something all barfy-cute were using it as an opportunity to hook-up. (Because nothing is more fun than waking up on Feb. 14 and wondering whether or not it's appropriate to wish your conquest a hap ... More >>

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    February 3, 2010

    Were Pot Cookies Responsible for In-Flight Freak Out?

    There's a reason Reefer Madness has become a laugh riot among bong-toting college students across the realm. After all, you don't have to be stoned into the next dimension to get a laugh out of earnest depictions of marijuana turning people into crazed, violent killers and rapists. And boom micropho ... More >>

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    December 31, 2009

    2009 in Photos: It's Been a Great One S.F.

    We just flew in from 2009, and boy are our arms tired. In case you need evidence, check out our various "Best of the Year" photos below. See you in 2010! Hanna QuevedoView more in our "Year in Pot" slideshow.​ Christopher VictorioView more in our "The Year in Concerts" slideshow​

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    December 28, 2009

    End of the Year Hangover: 2009 in Music, NSFW, and Cannabis Club

    While you were out shopping or flying or arguing with the family, we were combing our photo archives to compile the best and the brightest of San Francisco 2009. From Morrissey, to Modest Mouse, from the Flaming Lips to KISS, from Dizzy Balloon to Silversun Pickups and festivals galore in between. ... More >>

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    December 18, 2009

    Last Night: Mustache Bash at Rickshaw Stop

    ​Mustache BashRickshaw StopDecember 17, 2009Better Than: New York mustaches. (And NY mustache rides, for that matter)In the world of mustaches, there are wanna-bees, there are growers, and then there are serious competitors. The latter group wound up at the Rickshaw Stop last night, as 21 of San F ... More >>

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    December 14, 2009

    Monday Morning Hangover: Drunk Santas, Lusty Ladies and Not So Silent Night

    The Holidays are creeping up on us, and that not only means more drinking, but more drinking in Santa hats. Red and green tinged parties are hard to avoid right now, and we went to more than a few of them over the weekend.Hanna Quevedo​In some parts of the country, the beginning of the Christmas s ... More >>

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    November 30, 2009

    Monday Morning Hangover: Drag Queens, Bubbles, Balloons, & Birthdays

    From outrageous drag shows, to wholesome bubble spectacles, last weekend promised something for everyone. We went to the 100th installment of Truck's drag show, Cocktailgate, where performers like Trangela Lansbury and Mutha Clucka ruled the stage and the dance floor.Hanna Quevedo​Legendary DJ Ste ... More >>

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    November 23, 2009

    Monday Morning Hangover: Wild Wild Weekend (NSFW)

    We're new in town, so one thing we'll be grateful for this Thanksgiving is that there's never a dearth of things to cover in our new home. From swaying to the sultry sounds of bands like The Fiery Furnaces and Mastodon on the Metalocalypse Tour as well as getting our bike porn fix at the SF Bike Exp ... More >>

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    November 16, 2009

    Monday Morning Hangover: Flash Mobs and Insane Clowns

    While the rest of the country attended more run of the mill night clubs and house parties, S.F. did what it does best this weekend, taking a walk on the weird side. Between the Insane Clown Posse and punk legend Diamond Dave's birthday party on Friday to a "Hat Flash Mob" in Union Square and Dead P ... More >>

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    November 2, 2009

    Monday Morning Hangover: Halloween in the Mission, Zombies at Cat Club, Audiopharmacy at Pier 23

    San Francisco was overrun by clever costumes this past weekend. SF Weekly hit the city to capture the best Halloween outfits in three different neighborhoods. In the Mission, photographer Hanna Quevedo shot people dressed as sexy cops, bottles of booze, and the undead. ​Check out the full Mission ... More >>

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    May 11, 2009

    Over the Weekend: How Weird Street Faire, GLAAD Awards and "Gossip" at the Cat Club

    On Sunday, 10 blocks of Howard Street were blocked off for the 10th Annual How Weird Street Faire - and all the beautiful colorful people came out to play (the more thoughtful ones brought their mothers). See Hanna Quevedo's photo set.Saturday evening brought SF Weekly's Photobooth duo of Jen and Mi ... More >>

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    April 20, 2009

    Over the Weekend: Coachella, DogFest and Morrissey's No-Show

    Calibree Photography On Friday night, our traveling photo booth made an appearance at DNA Lounge, where the Hubba Hubba Revue was staging a sexy coup d'etat during a celebration in honor of vile dictator Presidente Juan Baptista Maximilian "Little Bobo" Kingfish (pictured above), and his military st ... More >>

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    April 6, 2009

    Over the Weekend: GGP Flash Rave, Lamb of God and the SF Weekly Photo Booth's Debut

    Thomas LevinsonAll Shook Down's weekend kicked off with a facebook-and-Twitter-orchestrated flash rave, which drove hundreds of kiddies to the section of Golden Gate Park next to the Conservatory of Flowers Friday night. The party started at around 8:30 p.m. and went on for an hour, at which point t ... More >>

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    February 23, 2009

    The Art of Restraint, Warhol Live Pop Party and the Grilled Cheese Invitational: Your Monday Morning Hangover

    Our weekend involved cheese, ropes and Andy Warhol. In that order:Saturday afternoon's Grilled Cheese Invitational at Dolores Park was well attended - all 500 tasting wristbands sold out in minutes, a good hour before the event began! Tamara Palmer  has the skinny at SFoodie.Saturday evening wa ... More >>

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    February 16, 2009

    The Great SF Pillow Fight of 09, Black Valentines Masquerade, Origin of Love and NOFX: Your Monday Morning Hangover

    There was more than enough to keep even the loneliest of hearts distracted and amused over the V-Day weekend. Topping the list easily was Saturday's Great San Francisco Pillow Fight of 2009, which brought thousands to Justin Herman Plaza to beat the crap out of each other with feathers and fluff. Re ... More >>

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    February 9, 2009

    Zombie Prom, Wicked, and the Seven Deadly Sins: Your Monday Morning Hangover

    Happy Monday, folks. Here's what you may or may not have missed over the weekend: On Friday night, Mike and Jen Cash braved Zombie Prom at the DNA Lounge. Here's what our photo team had to say about the evening: Mike: Well, at least the Prom Queen looked great in RED...Jen: I don't remember having ... More >>

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    February 2, 2009

    American Apparel Protest, Comedy Death Ray, John Vanderslice and the Really Really Free Market: Your Monday Morning Hangover

    Saturday's much blogged-about American Apparel protest outside the storefront the chain plans to move into on Valencia Street had a sadly low turnout. Perhaps they were asking a bit much (10 a.m. on a Saturday morning?). Photographer Gretchen Robinette arrived at 10 on the dot and says that proteste ... More >>

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