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29 Jan 2024

Have Y’all Ever Been to San Francisco’s Mount Olympus?

For those who have never heard of Ashbury Heights, a literally lofty micro neighborhood above Cole Valley, don’t worry: You’re one thousand percent not alone. Possibly just to appease property developers, possibly because it has actually been a Thing for a long time, the small area at the bottom of

26 Apr 2023

Renegade Statue Celebrating Extinct Butterfly Appears in Golden Gate Park

A statue honoring the recently extinct Xerces blue butterfly has appeared in Golden Gate Park. BAS reader Christian Jurinka just sent in this fantastic tip the other day: One of your loyal readers here. I was lucky enough to be in GGP for Earth Day. What a treasure it is that

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27 Jan 2024

The San Francisco Beer Passport is Here!

Step into a world of adventure with the San Francisco Beer Passport. There’s no better way to explore San Francisco than to literally drink it in. This passport is amazing! Each one contains 27 coupons to buy one beer, get a second beer FREE at 27 of the finest locally

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17 Dec 2021

Lawsuit Filed to Open the Great Highway & Other Streets in Golden Gate Park

A group of San Francisco residents filed a lawsuit on Thursday, seeking to force the San Francisco Recreation and Park Department to reopen streets within Golden Gate Park that were closed off to vehicles during the pandemic. In addition to the Recreation and Park Department, the lawsuit also names the

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08 Mar 2021

One Of The Palace Of Fine Arts Swans Has Died

Terrible news for San Francisco bird lovers, and anyone who visits the Palace of Fine Arts. According to an announcement from the SF Rec and Parks Department last week, Blue Boy, one of the two swans who lived at the Palace of Fine Arts, has died from apparent zinc and

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