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Monday, March 1, 2010

Monday Morning Hangover: Fog City Wrestling, Bohemian Carnival, Noise Pop, & More

Posted By on Mon, Mar 1, 2010 at 11:26 AM

The office coffee is burned (again) and you've got 537 emails in your inbox. You could probably take a fifteen minute pre-work break (those totally exist!) and read this before you start your week. How was your weekend? Ours was pretty busy.

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The boys at Fog City Wrestling held nothing back. You might have earned a hangover last weekend, but at least nobody put you in a headlock. We hope.

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Meanwhile, the Supperclub was transformed into the Moulin Rouge at it's Voulez Vous party. Mais oui!

click to enlarge HANNA QUEVEDO
  • Hanna Quevedo
The Chinese New Year parade went off with a bang.
click to enlarge JOSPEH SCHELL
  • Jospeh Schell
The Bohemian Carnival at DNA Lounge was full of freakish, death defying stunts. And lots of fishnets and tattoos.
click to enlarge JOSPEH SCHELL
  • Jospeh Schell
The Magnetic Fields and Mark Eitzel played the Fox Theater. And a plethora of acts like Four Tet and  Atlas Sound  played rousing Noise Pop sets.

Now go procrastinate. You're welcome.

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