Weird Normal Howard Street Holds. Readers Opportunity Design

Weird Is Normal As Howard Street Holds Annual Fair Sfgate

Thousands of people dressed in outlandish costumes gathered and 2nd and Howard Street in San Francisco on Monday for music, dancing, and drinks for the annual How Weird Street Festival. Thousands of people dressed in outlandish costumes gathered and 2nd and Howard Street in San Francisco on Monday for music, dancing, and drinks for the annual How Weird Street Festival. Thousands of people dressed in outlandish costumes gathered and 2nd and Howard Street in San Francisco on Monday for music, dancing, and drinks for the annual How Weird Street Festival.
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Weird Normal Howard Street Holds. Readers Opportunity Design

Weird Normal Howard Street Holds. Readers Opportunity Design Crowds of hikers can be found climbing the steep grade up to the summit of East Bay Regional Park’s Mission Peak, at the top they find a strange post embedded into an outcropping of rocks.”

Thousands of people dressed in outlandish costumes gathered and 2nd and Howard Street in San Francisco on Monday for music, dancing, and drinks for the annual How Weird Street Festival.” Participants include Fred Arollo, below, as a crazed clown, and Josh Conder, right, taking pictures of the large crowd.
Belly Dancers lined a stage at the How Weird Street Festival on Sunday at 2nd and Howard Street in San Francisco. Photo: Kevin Johnson, The Chronicle Riley Egan, 3, pulls a stack of hula hoops around his waist at the How Weird Street Festival in San Francisco on Sunday. Photo: Kevin Johnson, The Chronicle Shelly Abramsib (L) and Bailey Pinnegar (R) of San Francisco eat lollypops and send test messages at the center of the How Weird Street Festival in San Francisco on Sunday. Photo: Kevin Johnson, The Chronicle