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Monday, June 21, 2010

Monday Morning Hangover: Janelle Monae, Cannabis Cup, & Roller Derby

Posted By on Mon, Jun 21, 2010 at 11:18 AM

There was no shortage of fun and games last weekend, and our hard-working writers and photographers beat the pavement to bring you news of the fun you missed (or can't remember).

CALIBREE PHOTOGRAPHY
  • Calibree Photography
The city may be losing it over the World Cup, but there was another cup in town this weekend: the first ever High Times Medical Cannabis Cup.  Check out Chris Roberts shots of the colorful (the main color was green) event.

TOM FERGUSON
  • Tom Ferguson
 The girls of Hubba Hubba Revue went to hell at the DNA Lounge, but everyone there felt like they were in heaven as the ladies strutted their stuff all over the stage. Calibree Photography caught every tassel shake and shimmy.  


GRETCHEN ROBINETTE
  • Gretchen Robinette
Rising star Janelle Monae (who, by the way, is playing SF Weekly's music festival this year) outshined headliner
GRETCHEN ROBINETTE
  • Gretchen Robinette
San Francisco's ShEvil Dead took on Santa Cruz's Boardwalk Bombshell's in a knock-down drag-out roller derby match at Fort Mason. Photographer Gretchen Robinette was there for every spill and score.

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