While on our guided tour of Sutro Baths a couple of Sundays ago, RichmondSFBlog reader Amy snapped these stair-studded pictures. Something about the patterns and the brick “stairs to nowhere” appeal to me. Thanks Amy for sharing! Sarah B. All… Continue Reading
This Thursday night, Green Apple Books welcomes the editors of the new book Glorious World Cup, the definitive and humorous guide to this year’s international phenomenon. If a guide book was a riot, then this is it. The Glorious World… Continue Reading
For those of us that didn’t make it out to the annual USS San Francisco Memorial Day celebration at Land’s End on Sunday, K9VidBlog got some nice footage of the ceremony. You’ll hear some nice bag pipes and the national… Continue Reading
Yesterday, the first “Love of God” festival took place at the bandshell in Golden Gate Park. No, not “For the love of God!”, which is what some of you may be saying after seeing the only-in-San-Francisco love-in that took place.… Continue Reading
The ninth annual “Dine About Town” event kicks off today, offering local foodies a chance to try out new restaurants (or support their old favorites) at a discount. Participating restaurants offer a specially prepared 2-course lunch for $17.95 or a… Continue Reading
Sure, running from one end of the city to another is a chore. But how about swimming it? That’s what members of the city’s South End Rowing Club did this morning, when they swam from the Bay Bridge to Kelly’s… Continue Reading
We love our food in the Richmond, be it dim sum, piroshki, hamburgers, pho noodles or ice cream. Some of our favorite restaurants have been in the neighborhood for decades. The Richmond District branch library is teaming up with the… Continue Reading
A jazz band rehearses in Golden Gate Park on Saturday, in the tunnel near the Conservatory of Flowers. Listen to them perform “Freedom, Jazz, Dance” below. Sarah B.