Saw a tweet today from the SFDPW about their Graffiti Watch neighborhood program. Since graffiti is one of my pet peeves, my interest was piqued. The idea is that an individual, corporation, merchant group or neighborhood group adopts a minimum… Continue Reading
RichmondSFBlog reader Jim G. came upon this fallen soldier out in Lincoln Park near the golf course. I wonder if the high winds we had over Christmas took it down? Sarah B.
Supervisor Mar’s interview with the Daily Show about the infamous “Happy Meal Ban” aired this week. Watch for yourself – as expected, it’s pretty funny. Sarah B. The Daily Show With Jon Stewart Mon – Thurs 11p / 10c The… Continue Reading
Photo by Elijah Ellis.
Got some great photos that you’ve taken at the Academy of Sciences? Here’s your chance to share them and maybe even win an exclusive behind-the-scenes photo safari at the museum. From now until February 14, 2011, you can submit your… Continue Reading
A conceptual, overhead rendering of the four renovated fields at Beach Chalet Just before Christmas, I met with Patrick Hannan, the Director of Communications, Planning and Programs for City Fields Foundation (CFF) to check in on the status of the… Continue Reading
Hugh at ob-kc.com sent me this photo collection he put together – a great surprise on a rainy morning. Our backyard rocks. >> Click here to see the year in sunsets
We’ve all noticed the never-ending curb ramp project that is going on in San Francisco. Clearly DPW won’t rest until every curb has been recut and fitted with the bumpy, yellow surfacing. RichmondSFBlog reader ClarenceBeeksJr came across an odd site… Continue Reading