Across from Dolores Park there’s a Christian Science church that’s been shuttered for a number of years. Recently a developer wanted to turn it into housing, but so far that hasn’t happened.
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Clearly this is a legitimate organization and not just some Ponzi scheme. And yeah, the poster looks unprofessional, but so what? The people in charge are too busy directing dump trucks full of $100 bills into their driveways while experiencing emotional freedom to bother to learn to use InDesign properly.
Spotted at 18th and Dolores
Last time we checked out the Zoltron art wall on 18th St, the collaborative and spontaneous art project was already well underway.
I stopped by again today and I’m happy to report that the effort has continued! The ever-changing nature of the wall means there’s always something new. I’ll be a little sad to see it go if 18 Reasons ever opens their doors.
Zoltron has covered a plywood wall on the long-boarded up space on 18th and Dolores. Eventually this space will become the new home of Bi-Rite’s 18 Reasons, but for now it’s livening up the Mission’s “Gourmet Ghetto.”
Update: It’s a collaborative, spontaneous art piece. I’ll let Zoltron explain what’s going on.
It occurred to me the other day that sheep are hipsters.
Look, I’m not saying that hipsters are sheep, that would be redundant. I’m saying that sheep — those cuddly wool and cheese producing mammals — are hipsters themselves.
Here’s a handy table explaining the similarities.
Maybe these are all coincidences, you say. Maybe there’s nothing to this.
Yes, sheep hang out in Dolores Park! I rest my case.
Last night I happened to notice this Planning Dept. application for a building permit on the former Studio 3579 space.
If you recall, Studio 3579 was a recently shuttered store on the corner of 18th and Dolores, across from Dolores Park Cafe.
The planning permit indicates that they’re building out a “full service” restaurant. Considering the diminutive size of the place, one has to wonder if they’re going to be cooking with an Easy-Bake Oven.
Oh and before you ask, Ashton Richards appears to be a local architect, not a restauranteur.