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Wednesday, December 16, 2009

Video of the Day: Count the SF Landmarks w/ Sugar & Gold

Posted By on Wed, Dec 16, 2009 at 1:34 PM

Neighborhood from Sam Young on Vimeo.

Local dance pop crew Sugar & Gold love their San Francisco neighborhoods--even if not every hood puts out.  "She might not give you head," frontman PAM sings in its silly city love song "Neighborhood," "but she might let you share her bed."

In this video for "Neighborhood," director Sam Young keeps San Francisco classy, with no money shots but plenty of collages featuring local landmarks. We made out bits of the 38 Geary and Divis buses, street signs for Fillmore, Shotwell, Elizabeth and San Jose, and business signs for Tommy's Joynt, Polk Street Station, Green Apple, Pinecrest Diner, Dark Room, Mission theater, Mythic Pizza, and Eddie's Cafe.  What'd we miss? Feel free to fill in the blanks of Sugar & Gold's favorite local hangouts below.

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