Photo by Jennifer Anwaya Reader Jennifer A. spotted a coyote on Monday night, but not in Golden Gate Park, the Presidio or Lincoln Park where they’re usually seen. This one was crossing the street at Geary and 37th Avenue. Maybe… Continue Reading
Stow Lake, April 21, 2014. Photo by Tina Verdoia
The Richmond District’s second parklet opened on Saturday in front of Simple Pleasures Cafe at 3434 Balboa near 35th Avenue. The budget for the parklet was $26,000, one of the most expensive in the city to date. Unlike most city… Continue Reading
Artist Andres Amador was at Ocean Beach on Saturday morning, working on a new piece while dozens watched from the cliffs above. We hear he was being filmed for a documentary. Sarah B.
A crumbling house at 11th Avenue and California in 1906. Courtesy Bancroft Library It was 108 years ago today at 5:12am when a massive earthquake struck San Francisco, killing an estimated 3,000 people and destroying nearly 80% of the city.… Continue Reading
[Reprinted from The Richmond Police Station Newsletter of April 17, 2014. To be added to the station’s mailing list, email email@example.com.] CAPTAIN SIMON SILVERMAN’S MESSAGE Pedestrian traffic safety is a priority for the SFPD, so I want to share some… Continue Reading
“When we first started, we were a couple of grease-balls, a car and a sandwich,” Jimmy O’Keefe said when he described the first ever “Jimmy’s Old Car Picnic” that he organized in Golden Gate Park in 1988. It was just… Continue Reading
Photo courtesy of SF Rec & Park This Saturday is the annual Eggstravaganza in Golden Gate Park, sponsored by the SF Recreations & Parks department. The festival runs from 11am until 3pm at Sharon Meadow and features egg hunts, carnival… Continue Reading