Next Wednesday night, the Neighborhood Parks Council (NPC) will host a meeting to talk about improvements for Muriel Leff Mini Park on 7th Avenue between Geary and Anza (or as I like to call it, the littlest park that could).… Continue Reading
Streetsblog SF has a touching article about Derek Allen, who lost his life last Thursday night after colliding with a MUNI bus at 6th Avenue and Clement Street. He was on his way to get dim sum. After his aunt,… Continue Reading
…you can see the Golden Gate Bridge from Fulton and 18th Avenue. Photo by Eric W.
[Reprinted from The Richmond Police Station Newsletter of October 8, 2010. To be added to the station’s mailing list, email firstname.lastname@example.org.] CAPTAIN RICHARD CORREIA’S MESSAGE On October 7, 2010 in the early evening a twenty-two year old cyclist was traveling… Continue Reading
This Saturday, the de Young Museum in Golden Gate Park will celebrate their fifth birthday. That’s 5 years since they re-opened to the public in their new building that was designed by Herzog & de Meuron with Fong & Chan… Continue Reading
If your DVR is 2 parts cooking shows and 3 parts Mythbusters, then Wednesday night’s free event at the Bazaar Cafe is right up your alley. As part of their continuing “How-To Night” series, the cafe welcomes Jeff Potter, the… Continue Reading
The Balboa Theater is featuring a Halloween warmup this Tuesday night with a walk down memory lane with the Bay Area’s iconic Creature Features television show. Creature Features was a popular television show on KTVU Channel 2 from 1971 until… Continue Reading
There’s no way of knowing from the first photo that the planes are over the Richmond District, but the photographer, Cameron Wu, also captured them over our familiar rooftops in the second pic. 🙂 Did you watch them buzz overhead… Continue Reading