Category Archives: Arts

{210} Outlaw

{210} Outlaw, originally uploaded by The Inadvertent Gardener. We had our staff summer picnic up in the Oakland Hills this afternoon, so I took an unfamiliar route home through East Oakland so I could run a couple of errands. I … Continue reading

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{084} The Great W

{084} The Great W, originally uploaded by The Inadvertent Gardener. I’ve been working on an Instabet project — going through the alphabet using Instagram on the iPhone — and was lucky enough on this day to stumble on the in-progress … Continue reading

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{078} Vivion, John & Chris

  {078} Vivion, John & Chris, originally uploaded by The Inadvertent Gardener. Among the things I realized when I was planning my trip to DC was that Juniper Lane, one of my favorite bands from back in the day when … Continue reading

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{069} Punk rock girl

{069} Punk rock girl, originally uploaded by The Inadvertent Gardener. The lead singer of The Basements spit beer on the crowd in true punk rock style during their show at The Knock-Out in the Mission.

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{067} Angela, reading

{067} Angela, reading, originally uploaded by The Inadvertent Gardener. Angela Balcita, whose memoir, Moonface: A True Romance, has just been released, read this night at Booksmith in the Haight. Angela was in the Nonfiction Writing Program at the University of … Continue reading

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{064} We Roc Hard Est

{064} We Roc Hard Est, originally uploaded by The Inadvertent Gardener. While we awaited our turn for brunch at Brenda’s French Soul Food Kitchen, we watched this crew work on a mural on the side of a building in the … Continue reading

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{063} Metalhead

{063} Metalhead, originally uploaded by The Inadvertent Gardener. A colleague of Paul’s celebrated his 40th birthday at The Eagle Tavern this Friday night. There was a particularly good metal band playing…though I cannot remember their name.

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