Attention anti-graffiti ilk: there's a new anti-graffiti Twitter feed for you to follow, @SFGraffiti. While still in its embryonic stage, it has @311 following it, which might very well result in some sort of tagging cleanup around the city if it gets enough people involved. So, send all your most irritable graffiti sightings (plus a picture, ideally) to @SFGraffiti.

In related news, graffiti artist Steven Free ("Girafa"), a local celebrity whose Toys ‘R’ Us and It's-It parodies captured the attention of graffiti fans, was arrested last week.

His art, if you will, is actually quite cool to the eye. Then again, we like giraffes and ice cream sandwiches. We're a bit biased.

Anyway, Free was arrested on a $100,000 warrant and is, according to the fuzz, responsible for at least $40,000 in damages in San Jose alone. A benefit, we're told, might be held to raise funds for his legal case. We'll update as soon as we know more.

Conversely, and while not nearly as hipsterly romantic, you could donate your money to the Richmond High School gang rape survivor, whose story gets worse and worse as details unfold, or the San Francisco Food Bank, who are in desperate need this year.