Categories: Historical Photos
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It must have been fun being Judy Chicago on Saturday evening, Oct 16, 2021. She got to stand atop scaffolding and watch her artistic creation come to life at the de Young Museum in front of thousands of appreciative onlookers.
Starting next weekend, visit an exhibit of Cliff House artifacts at the Gift Shop. Saved by the Western Neighborhoods Projects and like-minded history lovers, the collection brings the past back to life.
We live in such a beautiful place.
A burglar broke into Frank’s Floral Shop at 1821 Irving St. by prying the door frame from the wall. After getting $8 for the trouble, what started as theft then became arson. (Read the full story on our website. Link to home page in bio.)
“Playing in the Street,” a drawing by Asima Arif. Part of the open studios exhibit at Earthfire Arts in the inner Sunset this weekend.
Open Studios at Earthfire Arts: Join us for our annual fall group art show featuring local artists on Saturday, Oct. 16 and Sunday, Oct.17 noon-6 p.m. Free. The event will showcase the works (paintings and sculptures) of Kate Favetti, Barbara Lim, Ed Rapin, Les Ford, Asima Arif and more.