There're several quality ways to honor your 'hood if you love where you live -- you can shop exclusively at its mom and pop stores, obsessively blog about it, or take the easy route and tell people it's where the Millennium Falcon hangs out. Taking heed of the latter, Local Coverage: SF
Dropping today from the smartasses behind Headline Shirts, LCSF's a territorially toonish line of super-soft n' colorful tees, each of which sport graphics that rep particular Frisco neighborhoods in ways that're clever, surprising, and downright bizarre (just ask OMC, you remember those guys!). The three most sensical designs are Mission Taco (a taco in shades clutching a latte and an iPhone while riding a fixie), 6th Street (a crosswalk sign w/ a pedestrian silhouette pushing another along in a shopping cart), and 22 Filmore, which depicts the 22 plowing through fire hydrants and parking meters, which you'll happily rock 'til you lose a loved parking meter. Weirder're LCSF's homages to the Panhandle, Twin Peaks, and Dolores Park, which respectively consist of a broken yellow line on asphalt w/ a bike lane signified by military chevrons; Sutro Tower surrounded by clouds, Twin Pod Cloud Cars, and the Millennium Falcon (obvi); and Palm Trees whose leaves're made up of terrier heads -- a grisly warning to any canine looking to relieve themselves on the trunk.
For those who wanna show love (sort of) to the whole city, there's a simple green number that replaces the heart in I heart SF w/ a solitary bent cycle wheel locked to a U bike rack -- a wearable reminder to lock up your frame, because when it's gone it's gone and the police aren't going to get their Hans dirty.