Weekend Agenda: Lomography's North Beach Photo Walk

Lomography is at it again! After conquering Chinatown, the analog-happy company is hosting another Lomography PhotoWalk through S.F.'s storied North Beach 'hood. Mark your calendars for this Saturday, September 10, when the Lomography S.F. Society will wind photo fanatics through the same streets and sites that inspired influential beatniks like Jack Kerouac, Allen Ginsberg, Gregory Corso, and Neal Cassady. Little Italy, the red-light district, a shrine of the city's namesake St. Francis of Assisi—it's all included. Just bring your camera (or borrow one from Lomography for the tour), and your walkin' shoes and get ready to explore! Sidenote: For those of you super-hyped on instant photography, be sure to visit Valencia Street's new—and amazing—shop/gallery PhotoBooth and read our roundup of the best old-school photobooths scattered around town!
When: Saturday, September 10, 1 p.m to 3 p.m.
Where: Meet outside Vesuvio's, 255 Columbus Avenue (between Broadway Street and Jack Kerouac Alley)

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