The Friends of Cabrillo Playground are creating tiles to raise money for new furnishings and fixtures at the playground and clubhouse, including a new ping pong table.
by Jonathan Farrell Chefs John Rutherford and Matthew Fast are pleased and honored to provide culinary classes to the local community and neighborhoods by teaching at the San Francisco Recreation and Park […]
by Jonathan Farrell Richmond District movie goers were sad to hear the news that the Bridge Theater, located at 3010 Geary Blvd., closed just after Christmas. Built in 1939 in honor of […]
City planners and the SF Bicycle Coalition are set to create more of these “cycle tracks” around San Francisco but opposition is growing against the design found along John F. Kennedy Drive, near the east side of Golden Gate Park, with some disabled people and even some bicyclists saying that this design is more dangerous for them than not having any bike lanes at all.
Fraud: Dec. 18, 10:30 a.m., 16th Avenue and Balboa Street A 64-year-old woman was waiting for a bus when the first suspect approached and asked if there was a herbal doctor located […]
Most people do not immediately associate the holiday season with rock ‘n’ roll, but that did not stop dozens of rock history buffs from coming out to the San Francisco Library’s Merced Branch on Dec. 12 for a presentation titled “Blue Suede Jews: Jews in the Golden Age of Rock ‘n’ Roll.”