Get Used To It Already of the Day: The Contemporary Jewish Museum in San Francisco has asked that a guard employed through a private security company be reprimanded after he told a pair of lesbian patrons that they weren't allowed to hold hands inside the museum.
As a crowd began to gather, the guard asked the couple to leave, but they refused, asking to speak "to somebody in auth
Everybody Needs A Hobby of the Day: 35 years in the making, Scott Weaver's 100,000 toothpick-strong multi-track marble-run "tour" of San Francisco is a sight to behold.
In fact, it will be on display at the Tinkering Studio through May 31 if you'd like to check it out in person which you clearly should.
Secret Passage of the Day: McMills Construction approached Beausoleil Architects for help installing a garage in the bottom floor of a property on Oak Street in San Francisco's Upper Haight district in order to maximize the tenant's rent.
By hiding the space behind a retractable facade indistinguishable from the rest of the historic Vi
Art Project of the Day: As part of an ongoing series of actions collectively labels "The Happiness Project," artist Jeff Waldman will be going around San Francisco installing 20 small doors sent to him by artists from around the country.
The idea is to install small doors, unexplained portals, throughout the city. To start, in San Franc
Fresh Baked Cookies of the Day: The Fat Cookies business model is simple: Pull the string, attach a dollar, get a cookie.
Proprietors Eve, Kathleen and Clem, who bake the cookies in their second story apartment, got the idea from similar drug delivery methods employed on such crime dramas as HBO's The Wire. Seeing as cookies are both drugs and drug paraphernalia, the analogy is more than apt.
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