10 Wild Milestones In The Twisted History Of San Francisco’s Sisters Of Perpetual Indulgence

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Sisters Of Perpetual Indulgence
You’ve probably seen them out and about, or maybe on TV: a group of strange nuns, manly and often bearded, covered in gems, feathers, polka dots, fur or any manner of strange decorations. They’re usually collecting money for a cause. They’re the Sisters of Perpetual Indulgence, a group that’s part-protest, part-performance, part-charity and 100% wonderful. The Sisters have been going strong for nearly 40 years. Here are a few of the most amazing moments in their history — and what they’re up to today.
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Bet You Don’t Know This About The Castro’s Fabulous New Sidewalks

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If you’ve been on San Francisco’s Castro Street in the past year, you’ve run into some sidewalk construction. Rest assured, it wasn’t in vain. The sidewalks are now wider and more pedestrian-friendly. The palm trees add greenery and decoration. The street lamps turn the street into a kind of dramatic stage set at night.
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10 Local Stars Share Their Secrets About The World’s Best Pride

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San Francisco Pride is a colossal celebration that has the entire city decked out in glitter. As long as it’s biodegradable, of course.

In its 46th year, San Francisco Pride is expected to draw at least one million people into the city to cheer for 200 different parade contingents on Sunday, June 26. But as any San Franciscan will tell you, you don’t have to wait until Sunday to start waiving those rainbow flags.

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