San Francisco Giants Opening Day

7 04 2009

New Pictures 029The San Francisco Giant’s Opening Day was a wild and crazy event and if you were so lucky to attend, you’d agree.

One thing  I noticed during all of the Opening Day debauchery was AT&T Park’s effort to be one of the greenest and most energy efficient ball parks in the nation.  Here’s a snapshot I took with my iPhone after hitting up the Gordon Bierch for garlic fries and beer:


Read more information about PG&E’s efforts to make AT&T Park more Green here.


The Expendables at The Warfield

1 04 2009

The ExpendablesThe Expendables is one of my favorite bands to see live in concert.  It really kills me when I go to see live music and I realize that I’d rather listen to them through my car stereo – I NEVER feel this way after going to see The Expendables.  This was my third time witnessing The Expendables in concert and they did not fail to impress me with their performance at The WarfieldExpendables 2

Bye-Bye 2008, Hello 2009!

31 12 2008

Crossing the Bay Bridge on our way to San Francisco for our New Year’s Eve celebration:nyeonthewaytosf1

Woman on stilts perused the “Passport to the World” party at The Westin St. Francis:


The balloon drop as the clock struck midnight to welcome 2009:


I swear I thought the crowd was going to be smothered by the massive amount of balloons:


Halloween Rave with DJ Duo Justice

31 10 2008

justice-halloween-raveThis is a snapshot I took with my iPhone on Halloween at the HardFest rave in downtown LA. This was the second time I saw the French electronic DJ duo, Justice in concert this year. They once again did not fail to control the crowd using their awesome beats to make everyone dance like cRaZy! This event included some of my favorite DJ’s including DJ AM, Daft Punk, Soulwax and many more.

Street Scene 2008 – Day 2

20 09 2008

The scene of Street Scene:

Mark, Matt & Kyle making their way through the night at Street Scene:

Street Scene 2008 – Day 1

19 09 2008

MGMT was the first band we saw on the first day of street scene and they were A-MAZING. I LOVE MGMT. BTW, I took this snapshot by holding my camera over my head and pointing it blindly at the stage because this was the only way I could see because – I learned quickly that I was one of the shortest people at the Street-Scene.

As the day turned into the evening, more performances that included light shows helped keep the night alive.

I loved the red lights contrasting with the jumping black sillhouettes. The crowd was fully fueled and the energy was electric.