Welcome to the second installation of our three part series, Dolores Park Etiquette. This week we are focusing on Hipster Hill: Dolores Park used to be for everyone. A place where hippies, junkies, hipsters, moms, kids, dogs, tennis players, garbage collectors, creepster wack job drum circles and everyone in between
There are holidays and then there are SF sanctioned holidays. They get mentions in your planner and your iCal just like Christmas, and yes, you will be getting so drunk you’ll put Arthur to shame. No matter what the occasion, we like to do it big, plentiful and more awesome
Feeling nostalgic? Well, Saturday night is your night for musings of unrequited love and that, which transcends worlds. That good old weepy from 1986, Pretty in Pink, is being shown in Dolores under the stars, or in buffeting fog for that matter. No worry, the inclement weather will only make
I’ve spent a lot of time away from San Francisco over the past few years and one of the things that I always miss the most is Dolores Park. Seriously, there really aren’t many places like it in the world. It’s beautiful, has a great view, the cops don’t fuck
I was walking through Dolores Park yesterday and truthfully I was quite appalled at the total mess left behind by people. Seriously, get it together people! I don’t know what you think is going on in the park but we are SO FUCKING LUCKY to have it and I’m tired
Whether you admit it or cower in shame, it’s happened to all of us. The one-too-many-moment, two steps away from worshipping the porcelain god, trying to drown your sorrows…whatever you may call it, being too drunk in front of people is both humiliating and hilarious to your audience of choice.
Such a versatile venue Dolores Park is. Though the city is awfully good about providing and utilizing public spaces, Dolores has the accessibility, beauty and ease of the best of town squares. Whether it be a naked, divinely-inspired pageant, a derby or just lying in the sun, Dolores has something