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Monday, May 11, 2009

Over the Weekend: How Weird Street Faire, GLAAD Awards and "Gossip" at the Cat Club

Posted By on Mon, May 11, 2009 at 10:15 AM

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On Sunday, 10 blocks of Howard Street were blocked off for the 10th Annual How Weird Street Faire - and all the beautiful colorful people came out to play (the more thoughtful ones brought their mothers). See Hanna Quevedo's photo set.

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Saturday evening brought SF Weekly's Photobooth duo of Jen and Mike Cash to the Cat Club for "Gossip," a night of Adam Ant vs. The Pirates. If you posed for the camera against a red velvet backdrop you may be in their gallery.

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Also on Saturday: Iconic photographer Sebastiao Salgado made a special, sold-out appearance at the Palace of Fine Arts, presenting work from Genesis - his 12-year project recording pristine corners of the world from remote islands to Africa and the Arctic on. See Tim Wagner's photo set.

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Still more Saturday coverage: The GLAAD Media Awards hit the Hilton. All Shook Down correspondent Evan James gives us an irreverent account, complete with napkin sketches.

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