October 9, 2014
The former luggage repair store on Polk, between California and Sacramento, is now Polk A Dot Consignment.
Random shit happening in San Francisco's Tenderloin / TenderNob neighborhood.
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October 5, 2014
The Loin store and D Young V were written about in the Examiner on a piece about the vitality of art in the Tenderloin.
September 26, 2014
Fantastic news, Tenders! Hotspot/2Lips is reopened! Drinko is absent, but the owner says it’s set to return as there’s still a little touch up work to be done. Welcome back, Hotspot. Apparently the regulars have already been coming back since the first day they reopened.
September 25, 2014
Hearing voices, Tenders? Don’t worry, you’re not losing your grip on sanity. It’s actually an enemy of the state attempting mind control on you! We’re on high alert from the bay area chapter of InfraGard, a partnership between the local citizenry and the FBI (no, really, it’s people getting briefed by the FBI and told to be on the lookout and report possible terrorism). Paranoid snitches in cahoots with the federal government? What could go wrong?
When I saw this, I thought the JeJune Institute was reemerging.
September 23, 2014
The Wildflowers Institute, a philanthropy group that pairs wealth with artists, is on the lookout for Tenderloin artists. They define the ‘Loin as bounded by the following streets: Geary, Van Ness, Market, and Mason. Cash prize competitions await!
Interested or know someone who should be eligible? Email email@example.com or call 415-775-1151.
September 23, 2014
The taqueria La Mexicana has been shuttered for years now and the new business taking over the spot will be Papa “do you want to pay an extra 14 cents per pizza so my employees can have healthcare!?” John’s. Get your formula retail pizza pie on Sutter, between Hyde and Leavenworth.