Gary St. Frankenstein, below, plays his
modified piano bike as one of the many
bicyclists on the Embarcadero waterfront
Sunday during San Francisco's Sunday
At right, David Miles Jr. skates on
Terry A. Francois Street. This event was
the second and final time this year that
the city experimented with closing down
parts of San Francisco to encourage
people to get out and about and have
fun. Sunday Streets, which ran from 9
a.m. to 1 p.m., involved closing traffic
lanes between Chinatown and the Bayview.
A variety of groups hosted free
activities along the route. More than
100 sponsors partnered with the city.