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Monday, December 14, 2009

Monday Morning Hangover: Drunk Santas, Lusty Ladies and Not So Silent Night

Posted By on Mon, Dec 14, 2009 at 3:40 PM

The Holidays are creeping up on us, and that not only means more drinking, but more drinking in Santa hats. Red and green tinged parties are hard to avoid right now, and we went to more than a few of them over the weekend.

click to enlarge CHRISTOPHER VICTORIO
  • Christopher Victorio
In some parts of the country, the beginning of the Christmas season is heralded by the first snowfall. Here in S.F., it's rung in by a roaming crew of bad Santa's armed with flasks. Not even a torrential downpour could keep revelers from turning out for this year's Santacon.

Click through the mayhem in Gretchen Robinette's "SantaCon SF - Santarchy 2009."


click to enlarge HANNA QUEVEDO
  • Hanna Quevedo
Live 105's Not So Silent Night concert featured Vampire Weekend, Muse, Metric and more. Amped up crowds rocked out, and the occasional crowd surfer found their way into the hands of venue staff.

Survey the scene in Christopher Victorio's "Not So Silent Night @ Oracle Arena" slideshow.
 
click to enlarge HANNA QUEVEDO
  • Hanna Quevedo
The lovely women of the Lusty Lady, a unionized, co-operative peep-show in North Beach, celebrated the holidays at the Make-Out room with a Ms.Tank Girl pageant, private dances and more.

Check out the photos in Hanna Quevedo's "Tank Girl XXX-mas: the Lusty Lady Holiday Party @ The Make-Out Room."


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