7-09-14 Union Square Live, San Francisco, CA poster by David Singer

M725 › 7/09/14 Union Square Live, San Francisco, CA

July 9, 2014 Union Square, San Francisco, CA
Moonalice poster by David Singer

According to Moonalice legend, at our gig here last month I wore a Tim Lincecum jersey. Since that day Timmy has thrown a no hitter and won three games. Unfortunately, the rest of the team went oh-for-the-month. The Giants thanked me for helping Timmy, but requested that I go back to wearing vests. I thought my work was done … then I saw this evening’s poster by David Singer. It depicts Mary Poppins Moonalice, nanny goddess of Bay Bridge series. Mary P wants everyone to know she is very pleased to have the As in first place and the Giants only a half game back. She commends the As for putting on a good show for the fans in winning the past two games in Oakland, but she has put the As on notice. It’s time to let the Giants win a couple at AT&T. Violators of this rule will be sent to bed without dessert and grounded until after the All Star game …

 

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7-08-14 Delancey Street, San Francisco, CA poster by Alexandra Fischer

M724 › 7/08/14 Delancey Street, San Francisco, CA

July 8, 2014 Delancey Street, San Francisco, CA
Moonalice poster by Alexandra Fischer

According to Moonalice legend, Delancey Street is like first rays of morning sunlight … a chance to begin again. The hard part about beginning again is that the pace is slow. Things don’t appear to change much at first. Today’s poster by Alexandra Fischer reminds us that when it comes to moving slowly, looks can be deceiving. Elephants don’t run. They are not physically able to do it. All they can do is walk. But they can walk 50 miles or more in a day without any trouble. Even the babies. You don’t have to do that for many days before you are a long way from where you started. That is the opportunity available to everyone of us in this room. We in Moonalice are here to cheer you on.

 

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7-06-14 Sweetwater Music Hall, Mill Valley, CA poster by Carolyn Ferris

M723 › 7/06/14 Sweetwater Music Hall, Mill Valley, CA

July 6, 2014 Sweetwater Music Hall, Mill Valley, CA
Moonalice poster by Carolyn Ferris

According to Moonalice legend, one of the little known historical facts about Psychedelic Sunday is that it began with a Psychedelic Sunday Prom. It was a big affair, filled with music, dance, fancy outfits and, of course, fine cannabis. That first Prom even had a Homecoming Court. As today’s poster by Carolyn Ferris shows, the Homecoming King and Queen were people with great vision. What the poster doesn’t show is the reason why they needed great vision. They needed a third eye to avoid the Homecoming Jester. Not only was the Jester not funny, he took every lighter he put his hands on. And worse still, he left a trail of hickies all over the Homecoming King.

 

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7-05-14 Caffe Blossom, Twain Harte, CA poster by Lee Conklin

M722 › 7/05/14 Caffe Blossom, Twain Harte, CA

July 5, 2014 Caffe Blossom, Twain Harte, CA
Moonalice poster by Lee Conklin

According to Moonalice legend – but contrary to conventional wisdom – Twain Harte was not named for either Shania Twain or Mickey Hart. The name was the result of an historical accident. A typo. Generations ago, the place was home to the Miwok tribe, whose name for cannabis was Ten Hot. When the railroad came through, the surveyors met with the Miwok … and got baked. By the time they got around to naming the grade, they named it after the delightful Miwok herb … so how did the name change from Ten Hot to Twain Harte? Autocorrect. Happens every time.

 

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