Dateline: 1698 Fell Street, where Panhandle neighbors were surprised to learn that renovations to the Chevron gas station will not only take longer than expected, they will actually add two days to the month of February. According to a sign posted on the property, the gas station will reopen on February 31. When alerted to the that fact the month is only 28 days long, crew members at the site acknowledged the gaffe and said they expect to reopen “around March first.” Mister SF reached out to Chevron’s corporate office for comment. We expect a reply some time after the 12th of never.
From the category archives:
Only in SF
Dateline: Market and Castro Streets, where a Gay Housewife comes face to face with a Friend of the Housewives. We love our friends from New Jersey and that includes Greg Bennett! The Bravo hunk is not only on our team, he’s on Team Melissa, and we like that, too.
Dateline northwest corner, Haight Street and Masonic Avenue, where you don’t have to drop acid to drop a bead on the art of the city.
Dateline North Beach, 649 Green Street, where Mister SF shares a relaxed moment with members of the Green Street Mortuary Band.
Dateline westbound 37 Corbett Line, Castro and 18th Streets, where Mister SF knows one thing for sure about predictions for 2013.
Happy New Year!
Dateline Laurel Heights, east side of Spruce Street between Sacramento and California Streets, where Mister SF finds the deal of the week – some assembly required.
San Francisco City Hall, Van Ness Avenue.
To learn more about Hank Donat and Jeff Halpern, and our campaign for marriage equality, don’t miss Beth Winegarner’s cover story, “A More Perfect Union: Prop. 8 May Lead to Gay-Marriage Rights” in this week’s SFWeekly.
|Here’s a tour of San Francisco with no stops. It only takes a couple of slips and slides for Mr. and Mister SF to celebrate the 99th birthday of Lucille Ball.|