Found this on the always interesting Spots Unknown blog. It’s a magical video of our city’s favorite import, fog, hard at work. Sarah B.
After teaching in various yoga studios in the Richmond and Marina districts for the past 15 years, Jennifer Durand has opened up her own home on 22nd Avenue for classes. Known as the Tea and Yoga Society, Durand offers classes… Continue Reading
A little marine biology lesson for your Sunday… Some diners at the Cliff House today noticed a strange red streak out in the Pacific Ocean, so the restaurant posted some photos on their Facebook page and asked, “Is it a… Continue Reading
[Reprinted from The Richmond Police Station Newsletter of September 17, 2010. To be added to the station’s mailing list, email email@example.com.] CAPTAIN RICHARD CORREIA’S MESSAGE At their luncheon on September 15, 2010 the Greater Geary Boulevard Merchants and Property Owners… Continue Reading
Why should the de Young and Academy of Sciences have all the after-dark fun in Golden Gate Park? Next Wednesday night from 5:30pm until 8:30pm, the Conservatory of Flowers will keep their doors open after hours for SLURP!, a night… Continue Reading
Buy my house, please The Bay Citizen has a story today about a fellow from Stanford’s Hoover Institute that is having trouble selling his mini-mansion on the corner of Funston and Lake Street. It’s a 1913 Edwardian that set him… Continue Reading
Plans for the new Richmond District Sunday farmer’s market on 9th Avenue (across from the library) are well underway thanks to a group of motivated residents. Their goal is to open for business in May 2011. The market will only… Continue Reading
The Examiner reports today that our own Presidio Middle School at 30th Avenue and Clement is making a leap into the 21st century. An algebra class at Presidio will receive iPads as part of a year-long pilot study around a… Continue Reading