Chicken John presents–
THE GENUINE & ORIGINAL
ASK Dr. HAL! SHOW
NOW PLAYING AT THE LEGENDARY
Chez Poulet Gallery-Cabaret
3359 Army (Cesar Chavez St.)
San Francisco, California
[Where Mission St. Joins Cesar Chavez]
And take note:
WE’RE NOW ON FRIDAYS!
Our next show: FRIDAY, November 13th!
PERFORMANCE COMMENCING AT
NINE P.M. SHARP!
===DOORS OPEN FOR THE SHOW AT 8:30 PM===
THE PRE-SHOW begins about Eight-Thirty. We will be starting as close to Nine PM as we can. Despite a long history of lagging audiences, we’ll try not to hold the
curtain as we have in the past–
WE CLOSE, ideally, before Midnight, to give our East Bay friends the chance to
make it in time to catch the last train from the 24th St. BART Station, a few short
blocks North of the CHEZ POULET GALLERY-CABARET [Last East Bay train departs
about 12:16 AM] in S.F.’s colorful Mission District!
Yes! You read it right! The original, unabridged & authentic Ask Dr.
Hal! Show (beware of derivative question-and-answer shows) now
bursts again onto the scene– with Chicken John & all your favorite
crew! With Robert Levy at the door! KrOB at the controls! Pete
Goldie’s Science Scoops! David “Yo-Yo King” Capurro body-surfs
the Internet! Dr. Hal answers your queries! They’re all back– doing
the show once more! Everybody– even– Woo-hoo! —Frank Chu!
It’s just as if we never left! But beware– the final curtain might fall
while you aren’t paying attention– and you’d miss it all!
Admission — $15.00
(FIFTEEN AMERICAN DOLLARS)
[For this special, one-time only presentation, Guest Star GEOFF
ELLSWORTH of the Towne Dandies, Chicken will levy a one-time
increase in our usual (reasonable) Admission Price.]
====The Dr. Hal Report====
Vol. XII No. 5
“True eloquence means saying all that is necessary and only what is
–La Rochefoucauld, Maxims
C O N T E N T S :
GEOFF ELLSWORTH OF THE TOWNE DANDIES HEADLINES
NOV. 13TH ADH + KARTOON : SUPERMAN WRESTLES
BERSERK GIANT GORILLA IN TOUCHING VIGNETTE + THEN
COWPOKES ROPE AND HOGTIE RAMPAGING DINOSAURS IN
KrOB MONSTER MASTERPIECE + PETE GOLDIE RETURNING
FROM DEEP SPACE MISSION IN TIME FOR SHOW + NEWS:
DR. HAL ART OPENING NOW UP & RUNNING @ MERCURY
CAFE + TOM KENNEDY TRIPARTITE SILENT ART AUCTION TO
CLOSE THURSDAY NOVEMBER 12TH, WITH HAL, CHICKEN
PRESIDING + BLACK DYNAMITE KUNG-FUS THE MAN,
SMOOTH-TALKS THE LADIES ON THE BIG SCREEN THIS
MONTH IN BAY AREA + SOCIAL NOTES — WE’RE AGOG AT
JENNER’S BLOG +YOU’LL FLIP– FOR THE VERY LATEST OF
THOSE KRA-A-AZY DARN PUZ-EV YOU TUBE KLIPS +
UNIQUE ANIMATED CARTOON PRESENTATION!
TERROR ON THE MIDWAY (1942)
Another in our series of
the best American cartoons!
Lovingly selected–by KrOB…
Terror on the Midway is the ninth of the seventeen Technicolor
animated cartoons based upon the DC Comics character Superman,
originally created by hapless cartoonists Jerry Siegel and Joe
In it, a bumbling circus monkey accidentally frees a bizarrely
malevolent giant gorilla, who menaces the entire population of the
big top, particularly a frightened toddler and then the ever-in-danger
“girl reporter” Lois Lane. As in all right-wing scenarios, the release
of evil from confinement creates panic and social chaos which can
only be resolved through the exercise of force when a superhuman
strongman appears to restore order and subdue the villain, who
represents the unlimbered id to the fearful-minded.
While any rational consideration of the outcome of a struggle between
the supremely powerful Man of Steel, who after all can destroy planets,
and a mere gorilla, whatever its purported size and ferocity, must point
swiftly to the inevitable outcome, in this case the real struggle was going
on behind the scenes in this classic episode of American animation.
The Superman cartoon series was presented by the Fleischer cartoon
studio at the height of its creative powers. The Fleischer brothers, Max
and Dave, decided that they would make these cartoons the greatest
things anyone had ever seen, even to the point of losing money on them–
which, sadly, they did. Each of the Superman series was so meticulously
constructed that the energy of a full-length feature was often expended in
production. The result was a peak of dynamic animation possibly not
exceeded even in our own time, let alone the 1940s.
Today we are more generally aware that gorillas are not bloodthirsty,
violent monsters, and we recognize, if we are lucky enough to do so, that
such portrayals are reflections of our own fears (Let’s leave King Kong and
his predicament out of this loop). But in the Forties, the U.S. opposed Hitler and the Axis in a trans-global conflict which made the concept of monstrous
aggression needing to be checked a relevant one.
It’s true– as Superman wrestled the gorilla, another struggle was going on for the embattled Fleischers, and one more painfully closer to home, as they
grappled with cost-conscious Paramount, more and more unwilling to lose
money on its short subjects, especially since the war had dried up revenues
from overseas markets. The result was that Max and Dave were bought out,
losing control of their animation factory, which was from then on re-purposed and reincorporated as Famous Studios.
So Terror on the Midway actually occupies the historical position of being the last Fleischer cartoon ever made– the first Famous Studios cartoon had
already been released three weeks before. The eye-popping animation bids
farewell to an ending era.
One problem the brothers had was that they didn’t own their most popular
character, Popeye– legal rights belonged to King Features. In the same way,
Superman was the property of DC Comics. In both cases revenue which could
have propped up the studio was drained at this crucial time in favor of the
copyright holders. They did own Betty Boop, but Puritanism and censorship,
together with the sanitized re-do of her de-sexed character by clueless Famous Studios executives, caused her once-bright star to set rapidly.
DC Comics, incidentally, bought the rights to the incredibly profitable Superman from his two teenaged creators for $100– Siegel & Shuster then lived their lives in relative poverty, hacking their creation’s adventures out at the drawing board for basic wages, while Superman still generates millions today for the company.
— Synopsis —
The story begins with the music and noise of the circus, where we find Daily
Planet reporters Clark Kent and Lois Lane hanging out, enjoying the event’s
vividly-depicted atmosphere. The Planet has again assigned Lois to cover the
circus for a human-interest feature story, her specialty, while that apparent
doofus, Clark, just lounges around and kibitzes. As ambitious go-getter Lois
expresses her regret that she didn’t have a more exciting assignment, a yawning,
laid-back Clark offers his condolences, then takes a taxi back to his hotel. Later
that night, as Lois attends the clown performance, a monkey wanders from the main
tent and accidentally opens the cage of a giant, drooling, glowing-eyed ape.
Growling, the hairy beast barges into the tent, creating cascades of dangerous
pandemonium, stampeding elephants and so forth. Before long, the gorilla is
predictably after Lois as Clark, or rather now Superman, having discarded his
assumed human identity, zooms to the rescue. Much gorilla-bashing ensues.
During the fight, one of the tent poles falls and strikes a power circuit, starting a
fire. Superman saves Lois’s bacon from the flames just in time. The final scene
shows Lois vigorously typing her story, with Clark sitting lazily back in a chair at the
next desk making the usual wisecracks and breaking the fourth wall while smirking
and winking broadly at the audience.
There’s not much more to say– except that the refined, intricate “Fascist Realism” of
presentation has never been more breathtaking than here; experimental lighting and
daring design of the characters were never more extreme. The stylized forms of Clark
and Lois commend our attention– once he got out of his Clark Kent drag, as surviving
model sheets from the studio show, his actual physical proportions changed as he
became Superman, just as his voice changed in mid-sentence as his clothes did, from
“This is a job…” (wimpy Clark Kent voice) “…for Superman!” (now deeper, more
manly Superman voice).
Ultimately thought-provoking, like all good cartoons. Nine minutes of rip-roaring
cartoon action. And a KrOB Personal Favorite, of course!
JOLTING EXCITEMENT! —POUNDING HOOVES AND REPTILIAN ROARING
HIGHLIGHT KLASSIC KrOB MONSTER EDIT:
DARING, DASHING, DUSTY TWO-FISTED DINO-ROPERS!
Gronk! KrOB has secluded himself in his atelier to create this absolutely scientific, unique presentation. You’ll see various leathery cowboys on horseback use their lariats to lasso and capture (momentarily) a large carnivorous dinosaur, possibly a living specimen of Giganotosaurus carolinii, one of the largest known theropod dinosaurs. Its remains include a well-preserved braincase that displays a suite of derived characters unique to the animal, and others that help establish its relationships amongst the Theropoda. These, by the way, include the development of a broad frontoparietal skull table that forms a shelf overhanging the supratemporal fenestra, the reorientation of the metotic fissure and fenestra ovalis onto the occiput, the ventral extension of the supraoccipital on either side of the foramen magnum, a broad but low occipital condyle, and pneumatization of the basioccipital. (See Dr. Hal‘s book,
Dinosaur Alphabet  for his own restoration of this species.)
Fossils of the type have been excavated in Africa recently, but the events depicted take place on Mexican soil. Yet in the Mesozoic, or Secondary Era, the present continents were all in different positions; land bridges and island chains existed that have long since vanished. It must have been by these means that the ancestors of the giant allosaurids seen epitomized here found their anachronistic-seeming home in the mysterious Valley of Gwangi (a Native American word meaning “lizard”) located somewhere in Mexico’s remote Sierra Madre Oriental. And there are other “Paleolithic survivals” there, as we’ll see, particularly a bulging, bellicose Styracosaurus. But the great KrOB has, by splicing various Westerns and dinosaur movies together, produced something truly sui generis this
time (unseen by us as of this writing) truly suitable for the Friday the 13th Episode of Ask Dr. Hal! at Chez Poulet. Stop-motion animation by Ray Harryhausen– experience this truly great art with us. Yes, another genuinely educational featurette will be offered as part of our ongoing show at the quasi-legendary, secretly famous C.P. Gallery-Cabaret, the inheritor of the marmoreal mantle of the Odeon, San Francisco’s former Variety Arts Showcase. A venue and an era which has now vanished, like the seemingly endless Age of Reptiles itself, into the Mists of Time.
And the Chez Pouletian Period may too have reached its apogee and– who knows? –be facing its end… Come see these shows while you can.
Read the latest hard-hitting interview with Dr. Hal on Laughing Squid’s Blog:
NO BAR– BUT YOU CAN DRINK! (JUST BRING YOUR OWN)
Not counting the inevitable Fernet Branca shots for the (un)lucky…
PETE GOLDIE RETURNS FROM DEEP SPACE MISSION
FOR NOV.13th ADH–
PROMISES “LONGEST SLIDE-SHOW YET”
Last week at Ask Dr. Hal! headliner Dr. Howland Owll attempted, during the absence of ADH Science Solon Pete Goldie, to preserve some of the long-running show’s vaunted
“Astronomical currency” by speaking briefly on how a new type of Supernova– the
explosive death of a star– has been discovered, in which helium detonates on the surface
of a White Dwarf star. This exploding celestial furnace, dubbed “SN2002bj” by less-than-
poetic astronomers, was first observed seven years ago in the galaxy NGC 1821 by
amateur sky-watchers but was officially misclassified at the time as a mere Type II
In a Type I stellar explosion, a star accumulates matter from a nearby neighbor until a
runaway nuclear reaction ignites.
In a Type II, a star runs out of nuclear fuel and collapses under its own gravity.
But perplexing SN2002bj had a different signature than any of the variations known in these two types. In particular, it brightened and dimmed over the course of less than 27 days, whereas most Supernovas brighten and dim over three or four months.
In fact, this rapid dimming of the recent Supernova and certain signatures now observed in its spectrum, including an ultra-strong helium signal, suggest that this star exploded by a previously unknown mechanism, first proposed by Lars Bildsten of UC Santa Barbara.
Bildsten’s idea involves a binary pair of white dwarfs, one of which is primarily made of helium that is being slowly siphoned off by its companion. When enough helium accumulates on the surface of the dominant white dwarf, an explosion occurs that powers a faint and brief thermonuclear supernova.
This process is akin to a Nova, where matter, mainly hydrogen, falls onto a star, slowly building up and then exploding, but with less force then a full-fledged supernova. Ultra-explosive SN2002bj had about 1,000 times more energy than a typical Nova, though.
Beloved astro-explicateur Pete “Boffo Boffin” Goldie will, barring catastrophe, re-take his rightful place once again at Ask Dr. Hal! and discourse on this– and other mysteries of Deep Space.
NEWS – ONGOING SHOWS
“THE PRODUCTIONS OF TIME” –Dr. HAL’S NEW ART SHOW!
For everyone who missed Dr. Hal’s last art show, some of the images shown there are now featured again, together with new and previously unshown works. It’s all happening at the Mercury Café, 201 Octavia Street (at Page). The opening party featured entertainment by Dr. Hal and KrOB. Keep watching this space for our
announcement of the closing party, which, when it happens, in addition to another appearance by the demented duo, will present a live performance by Dr. Hal ably assisted by KrOB’s visual and auditory magic!
It will also be an opportunity for those who are interested to purchase a limited number of Dr. Hal’s books, The Meaning of Lost and Mismatched Socks (which is becoming quite a rarity– Random House is now out of them), Dinosaur AlphabetAlien Apocalypse 2006, and including autographed and dedicated copies.
This may be the last best chance to get some of these. Art Prints of many of the pictures can be ordered from Studio Reflex of San Francisco– pick up a form at the show.
The Mercury, serving organic and fair trade
coffees and locally produced foods, can be reached at
CHICKEN JOHN, DR. HAL TO PRESIDE OVER LAST NIGHT OF
In April our friend the amazing artist Tom Kennedy died in a tragic drowning accident at Ocean Beach in San Francisco. The Ripper Journey Foundation has been established in his memory, and the final episode of a three-part art auction fundraiser will take place November 12th at the Jellyfish Gallery, 1286 Folsom Street in San Francisco. The public is invited to participate and attend free of charge.
Among other events of that evening, Chicken John and Dr. Hal will co-execute the Silent Auction.
Tom Kennedy passed away April 12, 2009 while body-surfing. He left behind a legacy as a pioneering sculptural artist, social agitator and builder of more than twenty Art Cars. As a founding member of the Art Car Movement, his works evolved into symbols of political protest and peacekeeping. Tom envisioned his beloved and most recognized art car, Ripper the Friendly Shark, traveling around the world with a crew called
the Friend Patrol. Together they would inspire and support friendship and peace in conflict zones where people perceived as enemies live and work together.
The art auction will raise money to send Ripper the Friendly Shark on this mission at least once a year. The three-part fundraiser wraps up on November 12th with a silent auction and live performances. To date, an ever-growing list of artists has donated artwork to be auctioned with all proceeds to benefit the Ripper Journey Foundation.
Featured artists include, among others, Haideen Anderson, Margot Duane, Karen
Cusolito, Michael Christian, Brian Goggin, Dan Das Mann, Jon Alloway and Kal Spelletich. The eventwill also showcase photos, art and videos about Tom Kennedy and the Ripper Journey Foundation created in his memory. All pieces in the silent auction will also be online at
Venue: Jellyfish Gallery at 1286 Folsom Street, San Francisco
November 12th ~ Closing Night
6:00 PM until Midnight
This announcement adapted from Scott Beale’s write-up on Laughing Squid. For complete information, go to:
BLACK DYNAMITE SHOWINGS IN BAY AREA!
A friend of Dr. Hal’s co-produced this movie, not a satire on the 1970s-era “Blaxploitation” genre (Shaft, Superfly, Foxy Brown, Black Belt Jones et al) so much as a carefully constructed recreation, similar to the homages to low-rent cinema Tarantino and Rodriguez created in Grindhouse.
“With the grainy film-grade, the funky-fresh music, the hair styles, the wide collars and bell-bottoms, the zoom-happy camera work and ultra-cheesy dialogue, Black Dynamite takes you out of 2009 and
drops you into 1974.” –Ammon Gilbert, Film.com
Writer-star Michael Jai White and Director Scott Sanders meticulously touch on every detail about what makes the blaxploitation film enjoyable and charming, including boom mics dipping into the frame, stuntmen being replaced in the middle of a scene, stock footage used for every exploding car or big action sequence, and using the lyrics of the soundtrack to help narrate the action on the screen. It’s in these details where Black Dynamite seems to excel the most, making the film actually look and feel like
a low-budget blaxploitation flick from the ’70s.
See it in S.F. at the Castro on Midnight Friday Nov. 20th; in the East Bay it’ll be at the Grand Lake Theatre, Midnight Friday Nov. 21st.
Tell ’em Dr. Hal sent you…
Sucha lotta questions… We answer ’em, but sometimes wish for a chance to elaborate a bit on
’em– kinda like a Side Note going the other way… But ours not to reason why… F’rinstance, alluring
Abigail queried anent the limitations of pity, while jewel-like Jenner Davis appeared and asked a
question Dr. Hal wanted to answer nominatively, but protocol took over… You owe it to yourself,
bye the bye, to checkout her incredibly great blog at http://lastcallsf.com/ –yes, a blog, we know,
we know, but this one is a tour de force, with superb writing & photos, about this city, this scene,
this moment & the presence of the past… it’s a superior work of journalism in every way, but don’t
let that throw you– you’ll really be entertained… just visit there & browwsse… We hoped to chat
more with the beguiling blogger & stunning former Odeon bartender, but jocose Jarico Reese didn’t
give us a chance, barreling into our converse with an alcohol-fueled insistence that we attend his
plan to build a bicycle-powered dirigible… Wouldn’t work, joker Jarico– if airship frame big enuff
to generate enuff lift 4 U & your contraptoid, it be big enuff to offer enuff surface area to the wind to
out-power any 1-man set o’ bicycle gears– Like, your puny peddling cain’t overcome Ol’ Man Wind,
dig? We’ll tell you th’ same when (you’re) sober… but jaded Jenner walked off… sigh… Hope she
returns… Demented Don ask’d after another absent siren, vivacious Valerie the Door Girl– Y’know, it’s
hard to keep tracka the traffic around here… Riled-up Reuben wanted to know, if he was already his
own “know-it-all,” why Dr. Hal? Well, you didn’t know that, did you, rancorous Reuben? Hope you
gotcher money’s worth… Curvaceous Carolyn needed an oracular response to a perplexing Post-It note…
Stalwart Steve was worried about the oscillating Universe. Can’t sleep for all those oscillations…
Performance Artist shapely Spy Emerson‘s aboutta leave us for a gig in NYC, where she & madcap
Moses Grubb will be performing to a Tone Poem abt. a decomposing dead kitty kat, composed by
dogged Dr. Hal– a tru-life memoir creatively interpreted, natch, from the Dark Side of a certain recent
Art Boat Trip to the Old World… We wish we could be there to see it… hope there’s a video… if there
ain’t, it’s a pity-o… Kourageous Kiko Aumond, one-time Brazilian Astronaut, for those who’ve been
paying attention, also is now planning a long sea voyage– of exploration & discovery to little-known
South Sea islands, the haunt of cannibal tribes, which is why he asked how to avoid getting eaten by
them– a question also of concern to jeunesse doree–exemplar Jennalex, also bound for those remote
regions… Lovely Lynn Rubenzer appeared and hugged yr. Humble Narrator, th’ hi-point of th’ eve; when
she hugs you, you know you’ve been hugged… We were also graced by th’embrace of chic Cheryl, a.k.a.
masseuse Mable Syrup, a damsel whoosa devoted ADH regular from cycles of this show back… Princely
Paul Pot (not one of the ever-pixilated Pot-Smoking Guys, ‘tleast during th’ p’fawmance like them– or is
he? We can’t see) tried t’ deal out a donative, but th’ timing wasn’t rite– then we never got around to
reminding him– hard cheese f’r us… That smokum ain’t hokum… Kaptivating Kate Willett was there & her
feet were bare! —she’s really got a glam pair of pins, female foot fanz… Shoes (in her case) are over-rated…
And really, over all, for a show without patient Pete Goldie (outpatient Pete Goldie– get it?), the wholething
wasn’t that moldy… But we’ll see. Yes, we all will. ‘Cause photog Puzzling Evidence was shooting us
more for You Tube entries on PuzEv TV, rite thru th’nite, soon to appear beneath this site… More of the…
AMAZING, AMUSING PUZZLING EVIDENCE YOU TUBE CLIPS!
Did you know you can watch some of the show right this minute?
Well, thanx to Puzzling Evidence, you can! Go ahead– scope out a few of the hi-lites from previous episodes of Ask Dr. Hal!
–on You Tube! It’s easy! It’s fun! It’s time-consuming! And it’s technologically au courant, and absolutely the next best thing to being there in person! You need to visit his wonderful site, with rare video of the Lost Galleon La Contessa and many wonders unrelated to our show– HELCO from Burning Man ’96, various festivals and performances of all your faves– as well as our stuff from the links below. How?
How, you say? You do? Why are you talking to your computer? Go ahead– just click, clickety-click, on these handy URLs.
Remember, if it won’t play, try watching in High Quality…
Our pre-Hallowe’en Show launches with Chicken’s Monologue– and Pete Goldie’s debut of a
Bees-ness Suit October 30th (Pt. 1):
Then dig the ’80’s KrOB costume! Pre-show Art Farm clean-up of Newsom’s stained no-record on
Chicken John, and we wait…for the Bay Bridge to re-open that October 30th till Dr. Hal arrives
with his timely warning about the Mewlips (Pt. 2):
Little Orphant Annie comes to Our House, to stay a few minutes– see where a sawbuck gets you?
October 30th, (Pt. 3):
Curvaceous contortionist Tara Quinn delivers energy liquid to the flaccid, limp Show, and Hal plays
the Munsters theme song on his old organ as the show sells out for a can of glucose-filled sugar-water,
an apparent Fernet chaser of some kind October 30th (Pt. 4):
God loves Slayer, and the (evil) Twelve Galaxies are named in order, while GALAXY 125 remains
unnamed. Love, abortions and Eli Wallach’s Jones for the legendary Orange Box Man October 30th
A Bee makes free with Venom, and so endeth our catechism October 30th (Pt. 6):
Pete Goldie makes the SmokePot Guys laugh– and travels into the Abyss on October 23rd to reveal
Galaxy Clusters and other wonders (Pt. 1):
Then Dr. Hal appears to begin the show, not for the proud man, apart, on October 23rd (Pt. 2):
Accidents, doughnuts, cults and religions, Vampiric Diabetes, Other-shoeism, Miniature Zombies,
pens, swords, and Smoke Pot Guy served up hot, all on October 23rd (Pt. 3):
Seven inside jokes from inside that SmokePot Guy’s brain– as seen by the Norns, inside a black hole.
Then a One-Minute Dance Party occurs, when the Merry Bells ring round, and the jocund Rebecks
sound– to many a Youth and many a Maid dancing in the Chequered Shade, concluding this lively
episode of ADH on October 23rd (Pt. 4):
Our second show of the latest run– straw telescopes seek Cassini Probe porn, with Phat Mandee
warbling “Over the Rainbow” in the background! It’s our October 16th show, its hour come round at
last (Pt. 1):
Saturn-shine on the moons of Saturn up against the Three Body Problem in the new “invisible” ring;
Cosmic Splat on Iapetus. What flavor ice cream is Hal, you ask? Answered October 16th (Pt. 2):
Light bulb eating by Chicken John and Phat Mandee consumes a priceless antique Edison-Mazda bulb
October 16th (Pt. 3):
Cougars and their ways then become the topic– this was the ruling October 16th (Pt. 4):
Zombies and Poetry– do they… go together? Here’s what we said October 16th (Pt. 5):
Our prevue show features Moon Matters, & Pete Goldie offers a lunar lunchpail on October 9th (Pt. 1):
Then after more Selenitic sensationalism Pete gives Chicken a needed lesson in courtesy, aided by
the Politeness Pachyderm, a.k.a. the Polite Elephant. This was on October 9th (Pt. 2):
Dr. Hal enters with an excerpt from Milton’s L’Allegro, somewhat bungled as always– then… From our
October 9th show (Pt. 3):
Love and other things, Hell, clay, pebbles, meters, Chaco Taco’s Op-ish birth story, carnys, BigTop
peanuts, hay, barkers, cops, burlesque girls, vagina dentata, THC-induced delirium, clicking sounds,
Dawn’s laugh, Don Fisher, Jesus’ middle name, you name it… on October 9th (Pt. 4):
Picking up some still life while being “gingered” by a microwaved viking dressed in a paisley fractal
art barge….priceless. At least, we hoped so– on October 9th (Pt. 5):
See you at the exclusive
CHEZ POULET GALLERY-CABARET
3359 Army (Cesar Chavez St.) San Francisco, California
[Where Mission St. Joins Cesar Chavez]
Happening This Friday Night–