The Conservatory of Flowers in Golden Gate Park has a new lineup of free weekend workshops designed to give attendees a behind-the-scenes look at how things are made, and provide hands-on experiences in creating. The workshops take place outside, in… Continue Reading
This Friday through Sunday is the ninth annual Outside Lands Music Festival in Golden Gate Park, when nearly 100,000 concertgoers visit the park every day to see an eclectic lineup of rock, country, electronic and hip hop artists. This year’s… Continue Reading
Last summer, you may recall the public piano performance project that popped up at the San Francisco Botanical Garden in Golden Gate Park. Pianos were randomly placed throughout the garden’s 55 acres, inviting artists and passerbys to sit down and… Continue Reading
This past Sunday, I embarked on an adventure with a company called Museum Hack. Their Facebook ad promised an unusual, private tour of the de Young. Museum Hack started in NYC as a private tour company for individuals and corporate… Continue Reading
For those of you that enjoy tree falls and dust… This morning, a crew removed a dead tree in the dog run area of Golden Gate Park. Thanks to Lucien C. for sharing the video. Sarah B.
This Friday, admission to the gardens in Golden Gate Park will be free in honor of Pride weekend. Admission is free to the Botanical Garden, the Conservatory of Flowers, and the Japanese Tea Garden. OPERATING HOURS, 6/24/16 San Francisco Botanical… Continue Reading
Remember the delightful fairy/faery door in Golden Gate Park that got international media attention back in 2013? (It also spawned an undelightful bureaucratic response from the city, and eventually led to the birth of another fairy door at an alternate… Continue Reading
Is it a terrific Tuesday, Richmond District dwellers? Whatever your answer, here are some local links to get you through: The former commercial space at 4334 Geary near 8th Avenue will be demolished soon to make way for a 4-story,… Continue Reading