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Admission to the Conservatory of Flowers in Golden Gate Park is free for residents of San Francisco
City workers must be fluent in hieroglyphics.
Viewers had a wide range of emotional reactions – from exuberance, awe and pride to melancholy feelings of nostalgia – on June 18, opening day of the Northern California stop of the Obama Portraits Tour, being exhibited through Aug. 14, at San Francisco’s de Young Museum. (Follow the link in bio to RichmondSunsetNews.com to read the full story.)
Thank you to OneRichmond for your great support. Note: the monthly Meet the Editor session is postponed in July for a well-deserved One Richmond staff break. We’ll be back the second Wednesday in August.
From Wikipedia: The first European to describe these plants was Philibert Commerçon, a botanist accompanying French Navy admiral Louis Antoine de Bougainville during his voyage of circumnavigation of the Earth,
More reasons why we love our job. Many of the subjects of our feature stories are so thrilled to be in the local paper they put the paper up in their store window. And, when we walk by and see it, we’re also thrilled! Thank you, Young Artist Studio!