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Monday, January 12, 2009

Pants-less Subway Ride, Jonas Reinhardt and the 30th Annual Norton Day: Your Monday Morning Hangover

Posted By on Mon, Jan 12, 2009 at 8:34 AM


The weekend was wonderfully whimsical for us here at All Shook Down. On Saturday, reporter Ashley Harrell met a crowd of 50 outside Dalva's in the Mission and followed them on their pants-less trek through the streets, BART and MUNI. Much gawking ensued. Read Ashley's dispatch and see her fun photos here.

Also on Saturday: Joe Eskenazi and a band of drunken, oddly-clothed gents headed to Colma to honor Joshua Norton (aka Norton I, Emperor of the United States and Protector of Mexico) at his grave. See more photos of men in funny hats here.

And on Saturday night, music editor Jennifer Maerz caught Jonas Reinhardt and 3 Leafs at Million Fishes. Here's a taste:
The Mission arts compound held a makeshift dance party in its

white-bricked basement, one so fevered it sucked out all the fresh air

in the room -- by midnight all you could breathe in was the

weed-hinting, heat-generated scent of people-gettin'-frenzied on the

post-rock beat of local trio Jonas Reinhardt.

Read the rest here.

And on Sunday, SFoodie blogger Tamara Palmer traipsed to the

Meatpaper issue release party, braving bacon marshmallows and

chocolate-blood sausage pudding along the way. Report and NSFV (not safe for Vegans) photos are here.

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