Hayes Valley Urban Air Market
Sunday, May 1: The Hayes Valley Urban Air Market will be held between 11 a.m. and 6 p.m.
The following street closures will be required from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m.:
- Octavia Street between Fell and Grove streets
- Linden Lane between Octavia and Gough streets
There will be no impact on Muni service.
How Weird Street Faire
Sunday, May 1: The annual How Weird Street Faire will be held from noon to 8 p.m. on Howard and 2nd streets. Heavy pedestrian traffic is expected in the area. Event participants are encouraged to take public transportation to the event.
The following street closures will be required from 8 a.m. to 11 p.m.:
- Howard Street between 1st and New Montgomery streets
- 2nd Street between Mission and Folsom streets
- Intersections: 2nd Street at Howard, Tehama, Minna and Natoma streets
The following Muni routes will be affected:
- 10 Townsend
- 12 Folsom Pacific
Just when I started to forget that it was, is, and will always be a thing …
h/t Muni rider Shannon: “#Manspreading so vast it doesn’t fit in frame.”
Okay, we’ve done it. We’ve found the coolest thing ever in the Muni Universe. Gabi put together the zine, featured in GIF format above, of various fellow Muni Metro riders. She’s selling or trading for the zine. Message her if you’re interested.
What happens when you pack the Elbo Room with Muni riders who love nothing more than a good story? Amazing tales, a new spin on bingo, and an only-in-San Francisco burlesque act that put old paper Fast Passes to very good use. At our 15th show, we were still floored by the enthusiasm and support of everyone who came to Muni Diaries Live, especially our storytellers who really dug deep into their San Francisco experience to share stories that are both funny and vulnerable, and serve as excellent reminders of why public transit is an important part of any urban existence.
We kicked off the show with Muni Diaries Live alum Jesse James, whose friends are constantly amazed at his endless supply of Muni tales.
Just by the ol’ eyeball test, this monster screen looks to be able to cover about 75 percent of the width of a BART train. Can’t wait for it to be considered too small.
h/t BART rider Joey: “I hope he knows how many elevators are out of service.”
Have we reached Peak Cute on Muni, or what? This fella got himself (has to be for him) a Hello Kitty drum kit, said “screw it,” got on a crowded M-Ocean View at night, and proceeded to rule the universe.
He joins an elite group of people with musical instruments on Muni. To whit:
Strummin’ away on Muni
Playing the cello on a moving Muni bus
Brass section represented on Muni
h/t Muni rider @jessieestellabrickley