Still Waxing Nostalgic

by Mister SF on 08/15/2013

>> Farewell Favorites


Which witch is wax? Follow the yellow brick road to Jefferson and Taylor Streets, where Mister SF takes his final tour of the San Francisco Wax Museum.

San Francisco, Casual or Casualty?

by Mister SF on 08/07/2013

>> Notorious SF


Dateline: Walgreens, 3601 California Street, where Mister SF observes the phenomenon known as San Francisco Casual.


Dateline: Masonic Avenue between Geary Blvd. and Euclid Avenue, where Mister SF follows a harbinger of future technology and needless need, the self-driving car!


Dateline: The Goodwill Store, 1700 Haight Street, where Mister SF bids a fond farewell to thrift shopping. That’s right, the entire practice.

Sunshine Wrapped in a Rainbow

by Mister SF on 06/18/2013

>> High on a Hill


Dateline: Polk and Pine Streets, where Mister SF makes an astronomical discovery and finds one of the most beautiful things he’s ever seen in San Francisco just by looking up.

Mister SF visits the ivy halls of Emeryville for a great cause.

Pointing the Finger of Fate

by Mister SF on 05/06/2013

>> Splendid Structures

Ever the optimist, a San Franciscan doesn’t forgo an opportunity to recognize a talisman of good times. Mister SF reveals a favorite hidden in a City landmark.


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.

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Art for Hippies and Hangers on

by Mister SF on 04/29/2013

>> Only in SF


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.

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What a Dump!

by Mister SF on 04/21/2013

>> High on a Hill,Notorious SF

Here’s a pile of garbage that’s sure to hit the fan. Until then, what’s Mister SF to do in order to bring a touch of lovely?