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Scenes of the City: Breakdancing Night at CELLspace

Mondays are breakdancing night at CELLspace in the Mission (from 8-10pm). For this week's Scenes of the City, we documented the show.

Scenes of the City: Kiteboarding and Windsurfing

This week's Scenes of the City chronicles the Crissy Field and Ocean Beach kiteboarders and windsurfers. To get into wind sports on the Bay, check out our guide here

  A kiteboarder passes in front of the Golden Gate Bridge.

Photos: A Bay Area Parkour Meetup

 

SF Parkour hosted the first ever San Francisco (inter)National Jam with Parkour Connections this weekend. Parkour fanatics hit the streets and walls of Oakland, Berkeley and Marin to bust out some gravity-defying moves. 

Scenes of the City: Rock Climbing and Bouldering At Ocean Beach, Glen Canyon Park and Corona Heights

For this week's Scenes of the City we shot local climbers in action Ocean Beach, Glen Canyon Park, Corona Heights just off of Beaver Street and on the retaining wall below the look out at Twin Peaks.

Scenes of the City: Escape from Alcatraz Triathlon

Esacape from Alcatraz swim.

Andy Potts celebrates as he comes to the finish line.

We rose early on Sunday and made our way down to Marina to capture the harrowing Escape from Alcatraz Triathlon. Swim, bike, run and do it as quick as possible. This year's winner, Andy Potts finished the 1.5 mile swim, 18-mile bike and 8-mile run in just under two hours. Badass.

The athletes transition out of the water.

Scene of the City: SF Carnaval

For this week's Scenes of the City we hung out on Saturday and Sunday in the Mission capturing the Carnaval celebrations. Dancing, smiles and lots of good times made for a unforgettable two days.

Scenes of the City: Commutes in Motion

The Baylink Ferry leaves a streak in the night while heading north into SF Bay.

Scenes of the City: Ocean Beach

For this week's Scenes of the City, we headed out to Ocean Beach and chatted up a few people taking advantage of this sudden spell of good weather.

Behind-The-Scenes Jim Marshall Photos of Johnny Cash's Folsom Prison Concert on View @ SF Arts Exchange

Johnny Cash, Folsom Prison 1968. © Jim Marshall Photography LLC

Last year, Chronicle Books published Pocket Cash, a stunning book of Johnny Cash images by world-renowned rock photographer and San Francisco native Jim Marshall. The local legend passed away last year, but he continues to live on through his incredible body of work. Now, you have the chance to see some of the shots from the book come to life in a special exhibit at the San Francisco Arts Exchange.

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