Near the town of Jersey Shore, Pa., former residents of the Riverdale Mobile Home Park can be found camping at the edge of Route 220, holding signs that read "Save Riverdale!" and "No Fracking!"
In February, they learned that Richard Leonard, who owns the Riverdale land, had sold it to Aqua America, which supplies fracking companies with water. Residents were ordered to vacate the park by the end of May. Some had lived there for more than 30 years.
The San Francisco Sex Worker Film and Arts Festival is a 10-day event providing a forum for sex workers from around the world. We checked out one event at the Roxie Theater, as the crowd and the performers had a great time in the city.All photographs by Hanna Quevedo.
For the 14th straight year, OysterFest served as a pre-party for Bay to Breakers on Saturday, May 14. Music lovers and oyster aficionados gathered together to enjoy the afternoon.All photographs by Hanna Quevedo.
Dig our your leather jackets -- the Ravonettes rocked out at Bimbo's 365 Club on May 11, with opening support from local heroes Tamaryn. Read our review of the show over at All Shook Down.All photographs by Kevin Henderson.
Get our your glitter and your Jack -- Ke$ha came to the Warfield Theater in San Francisco on May 5, 2011, perfomring in front of a screaming crowd. Read our review of the show, "Ke$ha Kills Modesty, Subtlety with a Glitter Gun at the Warfield." All photographs by Richard Haick.
Chris Cornell's Songbook Tour at The Fillmore on May 3, 2011. The show was amazing, with a wide range of covers played, impeccable sound, and Cornell himself in top form.All photographs by Calibree Photography.
SF's 12th annual How Weird Street Faire took over on sunny Sunday afternoon. Dinosaur costumes walked the earth, DJs played to hundreds in Shangri-La, and hula hoops were your favorite dancing partner.All photographs by Calibree Photography.