Get SF Weekly Newsletters

Monday, April 12, 2010

Monday Morning Hangover: Sopping Wet

Posted By on Mon, Apr 12, 2010 at 10:57 AM

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.

click to enlarge HANNA QUEVEDO
  • Hanna Quevedo
Nerds and music fans alike came out for Yuri's Night, an all day event that took place in Mountain View at NASA Ames. The Black Keys, Common, Les Claypool and N.E.R.D (of course) played at the party celebrating Yuri Gagarin, the Russian cosmonaut.



click to enlarge HANNA QUEVEDO
  • Hanna Quevedo
Back in town, attendees got to be part of the art during the mind-bending performance art piece Prove You're Not a Robot. Participants utilized a number of methods to prove the humaness of their cohorts, including examining their most private of parts.
click to enlarge HANNA QUEVEDO
  • Hanna Quevedo
Meanwhile, in Paris, er, The Mission, revelers slapped on the cat-eye eyeliner and became French bohemians for one night. Feathers and fur flew.
click to enlarge HANNA QUEVEDO
  • Hanna Quevedo
 Saturday marked this year's Cesar Chavez festival and scores of people came out in the streets to celebrate the life of the legendary civil rights activist with a festival and parade.

That's about all, folks. You've got five days to recover til we do it again.





  • Pin It

About The Author

Andy Wright

Comments

Subscribe to this thread:

Add a comment

Popular Stories

  1. Most Popular Stories
  2. Stories You Missed

Like us on Facebook

Slideshows

  • 24th Annual Autumn Moon Festival
    Crowds gathered September 6-7 for the 24th Annual Autumn Moon Festival in Chinatown. Visitors enjoyed arts, crafts, cultural exhibits, food and a dog fashion show. Photographs by Dhoryan Rizo.
  • Felton: Touring the Redwoods
    Blue skies meet redwood canopies in the mountain town of Felton, located just north of Santa Cruz on Highway 9. Once a bustling logging community, the town is now a mix of mellow locals and serene wilderness. Visitors can enjoy the redwoods in nearby Henry Cowell Redwoods State Park and splash in swimming holes in the San Lorenzo River. For a bite to eat stop by Rocky’s Cafe for fruit-laden pancakes, barbeque at the Cowboy Bar & Grill and poolside burgers at the Trout Farm Inn. Other stops worth checking out include Roaring Camp Railroads, the Mount Hermon zip line tour, and the educational Bigfoot Discovery Museum. For beer or cocktails a log cabin bar has you covered.