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When Muni riders do Halloween, we do it right. Here are three looks we found on Instagram where everyday riders just look like everyday rockstars. Or zombies, for that matter. If you’re looking for even more ideas, here’s last year’s top Halloween costumes (including how to dress up as the 30-Stockton!). And have you seen this Halloween-themed Muni etiquette video?
Check out some festive Halloweens past:
Seen any great costumes on Muni? Tag away @munidiaries, please!
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Join us at Muni Diaries Live on Saturday, Nov. 8, for a night of true, hilarious, weird, and sweet stories that can only happen on Muni! Grab a ticket and we’ll see you there!
Photo by Sam Wolson/Special to The Chronicle
We warned/begged you!
The Giants won the World Series, and guess what happened afterward? People climbed on top of Muni and broke a couple of windows, naturally. This is why we can’t have nice things!
Last night, SFMTA suspended bus services “due to safety concerns,” though Muni Metro service on the surface streets and underground was still operational.
Here’s one more of a busted-up Muni bus:
Photo by Tim Hussin/Special to The Chronicle
And here are more scenes on Muni from last night, thanks to our friends on Twitter:
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Got stories from last night’s celebration? Send them our way please!
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Camaraderie among Muni passengers really brings out some of the most surprising moments of kindness. Muni rider Zann sent us this “Only on Muni” story via Facebook.
This was on an inbound 24, as we crossed over Cortland:
This young guy gets on the 24, totally reeking of pot. He sits and opens his hand and has a handful of loose buds and shake. He pulls out a dollar and tries to wrap the weed in it, when this old lady next to him says, “Honey, you’re gonna spill that all over. Take this.” She pulls a handkerchief out of her purse and holds it open for him while he dumps the handful into it, then folds it up nicely and hands it to him. He offers her a piece as a thank you, and she refuses it. “No thanks, Honey, I don’t touch the stuff.”
It really was a magical “only in SF” moment, and a totally unashamed and candid interaction between them.
I always knew there was a reason I love people who carry handkerchiefs!
Did you post a story-worthy Muni moment on Facebook? Tag us @MuniDiaries to let us know!
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In just two weeks, we’ll pack he Elbo Room for the second time this year for an evening of “Only in San Francisco” stories. The lineup for the next Muni Diaries Live features some damn sexy nerds, hot storytellers, San Francisco insiders, and more surprising tales than a morning ride on the 47-Van Ness (trust me). Advanced tickets are on sale now, so grab one before they disappear!
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