Battery Chamberlin’s Number 3 gun being fired prior to it’s removal in 1918. Image courtesy of Chuck Woffard | militarymuseum.org This Saturday, the 50-ton cannon at Battery Chamberlin at Baker Beach will be on display to the public from 11am… Continue Reading
Calling all do-it-yourself publishers! This Saturday and Sunday from 11am until 6pm, the annual Zine Fest conference will be held at the County Fair Building in the park at 9th Avenue and Lincoln Boulevard. San Francisco Zine Fest is a… Continue Reading
Richmond District artist Jay Mercado, known for his donut masterpieces, posted these slices of Americana on his blog recently. They remind me of summer, even though we’re not having one. 😉 Jay’s studio and gallery, Art Mercado, is located on… Continue Reading
As the Examiner reports, the SFMTA will restore many of the service cuts they made back in May in an effort to save $28.8 million annually. The service cuts didn’t go over well, with riders citing longer waits and massively… Continue Reading
Next Tuesday night, the SFPUC will host an open house meeting about the Westside Recycled Water Project. More info about the project from their website: The proposed Westside Recycled Water Project is part of the SFPUC’s Water System Improvement Program.… Continue Reading
[Reprinted from The Richmond Police Station Newsletter of August 27, 2010. To be added to the station’s mailing list, email email@example.com.] CAPTAIN RICHARD CORREIA’S MESSAGE If you have any information concerning the person(s) who have been vandalizing trees and roses… Continue Reading
The dome of the Neptune Society’s Columbarium. Photo by Thomas Hawk.
This Thursday, the 4-Star Theater will host a one-night-only screening of “Suck” at 8:30pm, a comedy centered on a rock ‘n’ roll band that will do anything to become famous. The film “kicks the ball out of the stadium in… Continue Reading