While walking to Giorgio’s tonight I stopped cold in the crosswalk when I spotted a truck out front with a Giorgio’s logo and “FREE DELIVERY” printed on the side. Say what? Turns out that after 38 years in business, the… Continue Reading
[Reprinted from The Richmond Police Station Newsletter of September 10, 2010. To be added to the station’s mailing list, email firstname.lastname@example.org.] CAPTAIN RICHARD CORREIA’S MESSAGE On September 11, 2010 shortly after 2:00 AM Mrs. Helen Bautista Calma was a passenger… Continue Reading
Tomorrow, the Academy of Science’s most famous resident, Claude the albino alligator, turns 15. To celebrate, the Academy is offering free admission to all visitors on Wednesday. Claude is easily the most famous reptile in the Richmond District and gets… Continue Reading
The Lands End Lookout will be located on this patch of land adjacent to the parking lot and Point Lobos Avenue. In late July, the first public meeting about the new Lands End visitor center, tentatively being called the “Lands… Continue Reading
I like it. Definitely captures the fun, wonder and discovery of the Academy. What do you think? Sarah B.
Taken at Anza and 30th Avenue. Photo by pbo31.
On Thursday night the 4-Star will host a special performance for one night only as part of the 2010 San Francisco Fringe Festival. Road Trip to Pluto: The Bitter Planet sounds like a funny, wild and campy ride: The whole… Continue Reading
It was a nice sunny day for Michael Franti’s annual Power to the Peaceful Festival in Golden Gate Park’s Speedway Meadow. And boy was it loud! I was at Baker Beach earlier in the day and I think we could… Continue Reading