Last night the immodest men of the Marina took to the stage at Ruby Skye where they competed amongst each other to become the king of the city's douchiest district.
The Mr. Marina contest was exactly what it aimed to be -- fun, farcical, and fund-raising. But if you missed out the chance to see these 10 contenders, don't worry, we snapped some revealing shots for you to see:
While San Francisco gets a bad rap for being dirty, grungy, and chock-full of panhandlers -- the city also boasts a softer side, a better coiffed and more dapperly dressed side. We call it the Marina.
Hey, students, here's your chance to garner a decent amount of fame and money before the age of 30.
Yerba Buena Community Benefit District is teaming up with the Bicycle Coalition and city planners to sponsor a student-only competition asking the city's budding architects to design a portable on-street bike corral that could be deployed in San Francisco's Yerba Buena neighborhood as needed.
The idea is to help cyclists find a place to park by blending the on-street bike corral idea with mobile open space infrastructure like the Parkmobiles which, if you have not noticed, are throughout downtown.
If you can't be with the someone you love on Valentine's Day, then love the one you'e with, as Stephen Stills would sing.
And that'd be San Francisco. Who else do you spend all your money on?
Now, it's time to declare your love for this city, even if you can't afford it. Thankfully, the S.F. Travel Association has come up with a cheap way for all you broke city-lovers to express your deep affection for Fog City on that Hallmark holiday.
Obviously, San Francisco doesn't want a card, but the environmentally conscious, tech-happy city would much prefer its love letter via Twitter. That means you will have to toss your Shakespearean sonnets and find a way to profess your devotion in 140 characters.
The votes are in and the District Attorney has announced the winning videos of the "Bye Bye Bullying" contest for San Francisco students.
With the obvious goal being to increase public awareness about bullying among students, a total of 58 videos were submitted from students all over the city, including Lincoln High School, Visitacion Valley Middle School, and Rooftop Elementary School.
But only a handful of kids took home the winning prize: a free iPad and a baseball signed by Barry Zito.
So here are the winning videos:
San Francisco's District Attorney is trying to give kids something to do besides pick on each other.
In honor of National Anti-Bullying Prevention Month, District Attorney George Gascón is working with the community to launch "Bye Bye Bullying," a video contest for students of local middle- and high schools.
Here's how it works: Contestants will create a 60-second video clip with one of the following themes:
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It will be like a scene from Willy Wonka. Next week, See's Candy plans to ring in National Lollipop Day 2012 by unveiling its freakish 7,000-pound sucker in San Francisco.
Now that would certainly satisfy your oral fixation.
The famous candy manufacturer isn't inventing this grossly large lollipop for its, er, health. See's hopes this sucker will break the Guinness World Record and become the largest lollipop on the planet.
Andrew James Dudley, the drunken bird-noise-maker at the U.S. Open this week, is capitalizing on his new fame and needs your help.
After Dudley, who is also known as the British Jungle Bird, was released from police custody on Sunday following his avian antics, he went over to 99 designs and decided to start this contest: picking a new logo to end deforestation.
And what better way to get people excited about deforestation than a T-shirt contest?