Doggie Diner Art Exhibit
"Good show!" to the Hang Gallery at The Canvas and to artist and Sunset District resident Anna Conti (seen here). This week's exhibit and sale of Doggie Diner artwork to support the conservation of San Francisco's favorite would-be landmark was big fun. Supervisor Leland Yee was present to honor Conti and to take credit with neighborhood preservationists for the landmarking of Balboa High School. Other supporters at the 9th Avenue and Lincoln gallery included Ocean Beach activist Diana Scott and pop art curator John Law who owns three, yes three, Doggie Diner heads. As for the art sale, Tina Fields, who arrived too late to snag one of Conti's original works said it best, "They went like hot dogs!"

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