Beth of the Friends of Mt. Lake Park told me today that some coyotes have been seen recently near the Mt. Lake Park dog run area. It’s believed that they may be keeping a den up behind the dog run… Continue Reading
Yeah, I’m griping as much as everybody about our lousy weather. But sometimes, the fog has its moments. And the birds at Mt. Lake Park don’t seem to mind it. Sarah B.
A lot of activity is happening in the Public Health Service District in the Presidio, more commonly known as the part of the Presidio just inside the 15th Avenue gate off Lake Street. It includes the new 154-unit Presidio Landmark… Continue Reading
In honor of the first real sun we had today. Photo by Butters.photo.
The Impressionist exhibit at the de Young Museum is coming to an end, but that doesn’t mean there aren’t still interesting programs taking place in support of it. This Wednesday night, the Richmond District Branch Library will host “Monet, Pissarro… Continue Reading
Getting published in today’s world isn’t easy. Even harder is doing it in a way that captures you some attention. Last July, author Matt Stewart begin publishing his first novel, The French Revolution, in 140 character chunks on Twitter. Stewart’s… Continue Reading
If you’re coming back from Marin late on Saturday or on Sunday morning, be aware that the ramp from southbound Doyle Drive/Highway 101 to southbound Highway 1/Park Presidio Boulevard will be closed between the hours of 10:00 p.m. and 11:00… Continue Reading
Outside Lands 2009. Photo by tomtomkinson Outside Lands returns for its third appearance at Golden Gate Park this weekend. Unlike previous years, the festival will only run on Saturday (11am to 10pm) and Sunday (11am to 9:20pm). Headliners include Kings… Continue Reading