[Reprinted from The Richmond Police Station Newsletter of September 3, 2010. To be added to the station’s mailing list, email firstname.lastname@example.org.] CAPTAIN RICHARD CORREIA’S MESSAGE On September 1, 2010 we commenced the Richmond Station Burglary Abatement Outreach Program. Within forty-eight… Continue Reading
On Tuesday night, Green Apple Books will host author and local historican Rebecca Schall. She’ll be sharing her newest book, a collection of historic San Francisco photos from the 1950s, 60s and 70s. Schall was born and grew up in… Continue Reading
On Tuesday, the Golden Gate Park Senior Center will host Dr. Hoenie Luk who will share his knowledge of disease prevention through healthy eating. Dr. Luk is the author of Your Body Is Not A Car: The Secrets for Good… Continue Reading
What makes for good laundromat music? Mozart? Bach? Photo by Stephoto1000.
In case you haven’t noticed, the Presidio is putting the finishing touches on the seven homes (3 single-family residences and 8 duplex units) along Wyman Avenue, just inside the 15th Avenue gate (east of the Presidio Landmark). I got a… Continue Reading
Next Wednesday night, the Bazaar Cafe will host another free “how-to” night, this time teaching attendees how to build their own telescope. Local amateur astronomer Douglas Smith will explain basic optics, discuss the different types of telescopes and their components,… Continue Reading
Photo by Plomomedia Congratulations to photographer Stephen Thomson (website) whose photo of the raccoons communing with a MUNI driver at the Legion will be included in the new exhibition “Night/Light: Bay Area Photographers Take Aim After Dark.” The exhibit runs… Continue Reading
The Examiner reports today that city officials are considering “shutting down parks overnight and allowing cops to jail chronic trespassers.” Unlike most major parks in metropolitan areas, Golden Gate Park does not close. It’s legal to be in the park… Continue Reading