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Monday, May 10, 2010

Monday Morning Hangover: Bacon, Metallica, & Banksy

Posted By on Mon, May 10, 2010 at 10:32 AM

This weekend, people brought home the bacon and went out in the streets for one of San Francisco's quintessential street parties: the How Weird Street Faire.

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Greasy good fun was had by all who attended Bacon Camp 2010, where the fried delicacy was cooked up in a multitude of ways.
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  • Bill Meredith
Ever since the artists Banksy hit S.F. last month and blanketed the city in his distinctive street-art, kids have been chasing new pieces down like a citywide scavenger hunt. This weekend Joe Bertino organized a well attended Banksy Street Stroll.

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At the Micaela Galley, former Metallica bassist Jason Newsted was putting on a different kind of show. The musician had is first art exhibition, showing off his colorful canvases.
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Revelers came out in full force and furry boots to party at the How Weird Street Faire, which always manages to live up to its name.

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