If you have passed Dolores Park lately you will have noticed that she is undergoing major reconstructive surgery. But while her lower half looks like it was struck by a small meteor, her upper half is open and will remain open throughout the summer. The upper leisure area is noticeably
So a little while back the folks at Hostel Bookers asked me to contribute some photos to a project about exploring the United States. I happily obliged since I got to rep my home state of California. The project, called United Sharing Adventure, turned out pretty cool. Tons of bloggers
The weekend is upon us and if you managed to get to schnackered last night at Nightlife at the Academy, Aunt Charlie’s or any of the other kick-off parties that peppered the city last night, then you have plenty o’ options this eve. The first of the weekend’s marches
Summer is approaching San Francisco’s Mission district. I am being very specify in this sentence because I feel like Summer is not something all of SF gets to see!
This amazing drawing that sums up SF’s tourists perfectly comes from Townme.com Lets face it — you’ve wanted to go there. You’ve wanted to have your cake and eat it too. There was never a moment where you thought maybe, just maybe, it might be totally exciting to get it
Every week we feature a different person from the community shedding a little light on their life of brokeitude. Who knows, maybe you’ll learn something about the human spirit — probably not.
Its mid-June, folks, which in San Francisco means we are heading into the home-run stretch of Pride month. As Market street gets all polychromatic and workers frantically try to blast all the dried “character” away, all across town festivals, booze- busts, lecturers and shindigs are popping up like so