Posts Tagged ‘christmas’

Bicycle wheel wreath

December 28th, 2012

Bicycle wheel wreath

To the untrained eye, the above wreath is simply a holiday symbol attached to a parking sign. But no — this is not an ordinary wreath.

Everyone’s favorite 15th St. landmark, the Pez dispenser bicycle wheel, is celebrating the holidays cleverly disguised as a wreath.

Is this a new holiday tradition for the bicycle wheel? Will it celebrate other seasonal holidays like Valentine’s Day, Easter, or Cesar Chavez Day? Only time will tell.

Merriment projector

January 8th, 2012

Merriment projector

How was your Christmas this year, if you could only use one word to describe it? Try and think of a word.

Got it?

Was the word “merry”?

If not, perhaps it’s because you don’t have a Christmas tree technologically sophisticated enough to project the words “Merry Christmas” on the ceiling above. Yes, a merriment projector may be the missing touch in your arsenal of Christmas decorations.

Santa arrives early in SF

December 16th, 2011

Santa Was Here

Getting started early, Santa?

Spotted at Dolores and 16th.

Christmas at City Hall

December 30th, 2010

Since I never leave the Mission, I was surprised how impressive City Hall looks all lit up for the holidays. As far as I can tell there’s no chimney for Santa, but it doesn’t matter since Newsom and the Board of Supervisors weren’t exactly good little children this year.

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City Hall Christmas

Muni Christmas tree

December 31st, 2009

Gee, Muni, isn’t it a little late to be putting up a Christmas tree? Oh wait, it’s Muni; they’re always late.

Muni Christmas tree

Muni Christmas tree

Muni Christmas tree

(Spotted at the 22 bus shelter at 16th and Valencia.)