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Enjoyed checking out the Mission Community Market at 22nd and Bartlett yesterday afternoon. Every Thursday from 4-8 PM, this new-ish market combines fresh farmer’s market fare with delicious food from community cooks and artisans, a food truck, body products, baked goods, and a live musician. Above, you can see a wonderful

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I’ve seen this piece before – love breaking down maps (already neat to look at) into the shapes of their intra-street and intra-waterway land masses. By French artist Armelle Caron.  thingsorganizedneatly: CMYBacon: Reorganized Cities

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Good morning, can I be your rainy day lemon balm?

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OMG I would totally follow, and read, all of your quality Tweets. I’d be quite likely to engage with your company in an authentic manner through your “Automated Social Marketing” as well! … all you need do is peruse the Craigslist “gigs” section, where you’ll find “writing” “jobs”. I use

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Had the pleasure of running into California artist Matthew Rangel’s artwork in a book I just finished – William Tweed’s “Uncertain Path”. I’ll be reviewing the book, with its incisive look at the future of America’s National Parks, this week. In the meantime, enjoy Matthew’s cool lithograph/sketches from his hike

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I recently attended a lunchtime talk at at the San Francisco Planning & Urban Research Association (SPUR) entitled “International Experiments in Public Space" featuring Tilly Chang of the SF County Transportation Authority, John King, Urban Design Critic and columnist at the SF Chronicle, and Kit Hodge of the SF Bicycle Coalition/Great Streets Project. SPUR

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Some summery leaf art photos to brighten your foggy SF June day! thingsorganizedneatly: I haven’t had enough Andy Goldsworthy on TON.

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Great fence/door mural in Potrero

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This is summer? SF fog blows like cold white smoke between downtown office buildings. Its like 50.

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Work Night (the good kind)

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