Despite the torrential downpour yesterday, Helene over at MuniDiaries had a pleasant moment listening to strangers on the 5-Fulton. If today’s sun hasn’t already, let her warm the cockles of your heart and read the whole thing here: MuniDiaries: Ray of Hope on the Morning Commute
Walking around Fulton and down Divis this morning, the neighborhood smelled richly of BBQ, Coffee, and fresh pavement. All I could hear were the sweet sounds of the pictured gentleman playing guitar on his stoop next to Fly Bar at 10:30 AM. (10:30AM!) Ladies were strolling down Divisadero and people were already setting up shop [...]
Free ticket to Phoenix! (The southwestern state, not the French electro duo) You just have to call this guy in the neighborhood by tonight, and you could be spending the next three days in Arizona.
Sweet vintage ski gear! Just think how cool you’ll look rocking some rad retro gear in Tahoe this season.
And speaking [...]
The other day, the fine folks over at Mission Mission overheard (you know, via twitter) the ultimate San Francisco faux-pas: trying to create your own catchy abbreviation for your hyper-specific location. In this case the offending party mistakenly referred to Dolores Park as “DoPa”.
Nice try, bucko, but we’re laying claim over here to any and [...]
Kandice over at the handy NOPA Networking group (Facebook warning) has passed along the info for this Thursday’s North of Panhandle Neighborhood Association (“NOPNA” to the cool kids) meeting.
Here’s the skinny:
7PM Mingle with your neighbors
7:30-9pm General Meeting
NEW LOCATION: Poleng Lounge 1751 Fulton Street (map)
Across the street from Lucky
SF Fire Dept. Update
SF Police Dept. [...]
In their recent coverage of the upcoming Divisadero renovations, the Examiner interviewed the Michael Richardson – owner of Lilly’s Bar-Be-Que #2 Lilly’s #1 Da’ Pitt BBQ at Divis and Grove. Bi-annual re-namings of his BBQ joint aside, this is a guy who serves up brisket and whitebread next door to a cannabis club, so I’m [...]
Walking home from Outside Lands through the Panhandle last weekend, my compatriots and I noticed (honestly, it’s pretty hard to miss) this little tree all dolled up for some special occasion on the Fell st. side at Cole. SFist took notice as well and wants to know what’s up. From the looks of the things [...]
Like plants? Like chatting up tourists who like plants? Looking for an exciting way to use up some of that free time you’ve got by volunteering near home?
Well, you’re in luck because our neighbors to the Northwest at RichmondSFBlog have pointed out that the SF Botanical Garden will be having a docent training sessions every [...]
It’s that time of year again. When the massive music festival we all waited for, but still love to hate on, returns to Golden Gate Park for it’s second year of mediocre headliners and sweating it out in the crowd for bands that will most likely be back at the Fillmore in a couple months [...]