The band will present 11 free concerts between August 1 and October 3 in addition to Labor Day, September 6, 2021.
What, and who, is Illuminate the Arts? It wouldn’t be a big deal except that they are taking over our public spaces, causing light pollution and using corporate dollars to influence City government.
Coyote Removed from Golden Gate Park After Charging Toddlers :From San Francisco Animal Care & Control Federal officials from Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service (APHIS) / U.S. Department of Agriculture Wildlife […]
Anyone who believes in the mythology of the social equity, efficiency and verisimilitude of our “public private partnerships” needs to poke their head through the brand new taxpayer-funded fence at 14th Avenue and Lincoln Way and see the substantial acreage denuded at the behest of the San Francisco Botanical Garden Society without any public process whatsoever.
Parking rates at the lot on Stanyan Street next to Kezar Stadium (above) and the parking lot below the Music Concourse in Golden Gate Park were discussed at a recent Rec. and Park Commission meeting.
How many more egregious abuses are people going to take from an autocratic, manipulative bureaucracy – one which only serves the interests of our elites while turning our public spaces into an exclusionary cash cow for the wealthy? What will it take?
The buildings, facilities, roads, parking lots, golf course, Polo Field, and the many sports venues (soccer fields, lawn bowls, tennis courts, baseball diamonds, etc.) in Golden Gate Park, leave very little parkland for people to experience.
The Economist, for their February 2015 article on German-Americans, chose the title “America’s largest ethnic group has assimilated so well that people barely notice it.”
Much has changed this past year in the Music Concourse of Golden Gate Park, from statues coming down and museums closing then reopening, to a brightly lit observation wheel rising 150 feet into the sky.
Pickleball is the fastest-growing sport in the U.S., and it is gaining popularity in San Francisco.
The controversy about keeping Golden Gate Park’s John F. Kennedy Drive car-free east of Transverse Drive after the pandemic ends is shifting into overdrive. A new study might help steer the debate.
Is JFK Drive in Golden Gate Park accessible to all or just to able bodied and financially able?
The night sky, like the air, land and oceans, is a precious resource and belongs to everyone. It is our human heritage and the night sky truly gives meaning to our lore, literature, history and art.
Pershing lived in the San Francisco Presidio in 1914, when he had the rank of brigadier general (one-star). On Aug. 27, 1915, Pershing’s wife and three of their four children perished in a Presidio house fire; Pershing was in Texas, due to instability of the Mexican Revolution.
For more than a year, the public has been enjoying a car-free experience along John F. Kennedy Drive in Golden Gate Park, from the eastern entrance of the park to Crossover Drive. But when the pandemic restrictions are finally lifted, they might face a choice of keeping it this way or not.