Monthly Archives: October 2010

Come celebrate DIY with 5733 at the 2010 East Bay Mini Maker Faire on Sunday. The fair will be located at Park Day School, 360 42nd Street, Oakland, CA from 10 am till 5 pm.

Robots, science, farming, bicycles, technology, screenprinting, and 5733!
What more could you ask for?

For more information check the East Bay Mini Maker Faire Website here:

Facebook here: East Bay Mini Maker Faire 2010
or Follow on Twitter: @EBMakerFaire

Buy things, get inspired, learn a thing or two!


Come and say hi to the 5733 Crew at the Noe Valley Harvest Festival on Saturday from 10 am till 5pm. Join us in saying goodbye to summer and hello to fall with arts, crafts, dogs, movies, live music, and REALLY AMAZING T-SHIRTS AND HOODIES from 5733! We have some new designs and colorways you will not want to miss!

The festival is located on 24th Street between Sanchez and Church Street in San Francisco, CA.


For more information, visit Noe Valley Harvest Festival website here:

See Ya There.

On October 20, thousands of people across the country wore the color purple to stand in solidarity with LGBT teenagers who have taken their own lives due to bullying and unacceptance by their peers.

Many well-known, celebrities and media outlets supported the cause by wearing purple in observance of Spirit Day.

As impressive and promising as the day was, we cannot forget about such an important issue now that Spirit Day is over. There are still LGBT teens throughout the world who are fighting for acceptance and we need to stand by them. Whether it be, becoming involved with LGBT advocacy and equality groups, vocalizing your support in public, or just treating others with respect, we must continue to stand together.

If you are looking for ways to get involved, here are a few organizations worth looking at:

GLAAD (Gay & Lesbian Alliance Against Defamation) is a great resource to stay informed with stories from the LGBT community. Check out their website at:

The It Gets Better Project is a video project where LGBT Adults, speak on their experiences as a youth, directed at youth.
Check out their website at:

The Trevor Project is the leading national organization focused on crisis and suicide prevention efforts among LGBTQ youth.
Check out their website at:

fiftyseven-thirtythree‘s returns for the 4th year to the beloved  Treasure Island Music Festival.   Woohoo!  This is by far one of my favorites.  We have tees and hoodies to replace or cover your beer and/or  ketchup stained tees.  Stop by and show your love.   Expect to find music, fun, good looking people, a ferris wheel that lights up at night and did I mention good looking people.

The Line Up Saturday

LCD Soundsystem


Kruder & Dorfmeister

Mike Show


Die Antwood

Little Dragon

and more…

Line Up on Sunday

Belle & Sebastian

The National

Broken Social Scene

She & Him

and more….

Made possible by Noise Pop and Another Planet Entertainment.  Special 57-33 thanks to Molly and Julie for setting up the indie retail spots.  You girls rock!

For more on fiftyseven-thirtythree visit us online or come by our flagship store.

fiftyeven-thirtythree :: 4125 Piedmont Ave. 2nd Floor, Oakland, CA 94611 :: Store Hours Tue-Sat 12-6 :: 510-547-5733

Oakland Local‘s writer Niema covered fiftyseven-thirtythree in Oakland Local T-shirt Tuesdays today where they tell our story.  I spoke to Niema on Friday morning on the phone(I was barely awake even though it was 10am).  On Saturday morning Niema of Oakland Local stopped by fiftyseven-thirtythree’s booth at Oaktoberfest and picked up the Rickey tee.  It was great to meet the writer herself.  Thanks Niema for representing the bay and also writing a kick ass story.  For more on fiftyseven-thirtythree visit us online or come by our flagship store.

fiftyeven-thirtythree :: 4125 Piedmont Ave. 2nd Floor, Oakland, CA 94611 :: Store Hours Tue-Sat 12-6 :: 510-547-5733