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Public meeting about new Geary Street PETCO store, January 20

On Thursday, January 20th at 6:30pm, an open house will be held about the proposed location for a new Unleased by PETCO store at 5411 Geary near 18th Avenue, formerly a Walgreens. Rather than a full-size store, PETCO is proposing… Continue Reading

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Green Apple Books calls out the almighty Oprah for her misogynist book club

While there’s been a lot of buzz so far this year around Oprah’s new television network, OWN (Oprah Winfrey Network), Green Apple Books has not been blinded by the hype. In a blog post today, they noted (with the help… Continue Reading

New dance classes for kids at Richmond Rec Center; registration closes Jan. 10

New dance classes are starting at the Richmond District Recreation Center for kids age 3 to 13 years, put on by the Cultural Arts Division of the SF Recreation and Parks Department. Each class includes 9 sessions for $72, and… Continue Reading

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19th Ave. <-> GG Bridge closures January 7 & 8

This Friday and Saturday, both the northbound and southbound lanes to and from the Golden Gate Bridge will be closed for Presidio Parkway construction. Beginning Friday, January 7 from 10pm until 10am on Saturday morning, the ramp from northbound Hwy… Continue Reading

Police Blotter – December 31, 2010

[Reprinted from The Richmond Police Station Newsletter of December 31, 2010. To be added to the station’s mailing list, email sfpd.richmond.station@sfgov.org.] CAPTAIN RICHARD CORREIA’S MESSAGE In the early evening hours of December 29, 2009 a robbery occurred on the 100… Continue Reading

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Vintage Paper Fair in Golden Gate Park this weekend

In our current digital age, the art of paper is quickly fading. This Saturday and Sunday you can get back to (beautiful) basics at the Vintage Paper Fair in Golden Gate Park. At the fair you’ll find vintage postcards, photos,… Continue Reading

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Park Life invites unwanted attention from artist Jeff Koons

Most small art galleries would be thrilled to hear from a famous, world renowned artist. But I think it’s safe to say that one Clement Street store is more annoyed than thrilled. The Bay Citizen is reporting that Clement Street… Continue Reading