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Thursday, May 25, 2006



This is incredibly interesting to me too. During the anti-war protests, there was a spate of defacements of stop signs so that they read "stop war" all over San Francisco.

Then there are the more whimisical street renamings. For several years in row, during the holidays, somebody in San Francisco has renamed Noe St. "Noel" St.


annalee, i read an article in the chron's weird news section (maybe that's just online?) a couple of years back about a little street sign in bernal (or was it russian hill?) that keeps getting taken down and changed. but not with like a sticker, but rather replaced with a new sign with a new name. i wish i could remember what this was.


More Background information about the eviction of the house project can be found here:

A part of project found a new place in the Bethanien at the Mariannenplatz. The website of the old and new house project (new) yorck59 is this one:

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