Category Archives: San Francisco News

The Evolution of San Francisco

San Francisco is changing. That’s a given. It’s like getting older: it is inevitable. So how is it changing? This recent docu-video examines the fluctuations.

San Francisco: Getting Top Marks

San Francisco is a great place to live. The people who live there know it and now it’s being proved statistically. According to the most recent results from WalletHub, out of 300 cities San Francisco ranked in the top 30 for the healthiest housing markets. When it comes to affordability as we all suspected, San…

“Kitty” Takes on a Whole New Meaning in the Bay

Kitty – in this case spelt KitTea – as a play on words, opens today in San Francisco.  As its name suggests it is dedicated to two goals (in this order), cats, and tea. Using high quality tea from a small farm in Kyoto, Japan, the tea house features a place to sit and sip…

Car Parking Assistance

San Francisco is inherent for insufficient parking spots. It’s a great city with phenomenal features but – perhaps because there is so much going on the whole time – it can be a real challenge when it comes to one parking their car. This may soon become an issue of the past. Thanks to Luxe,…

Free San Francisco Activities

It can be challenging to keep everyone amused over the summer vacations.  And then, even when the kids do eventually go back to school they always seem to be looking for things to do.  The trick is, to find San Francisco activities that don’t break the bank; preferably ones that don’t cost anything. Herewith is…

Where The Streets Have No Name

Many of the streets in the city of San Francisco have standard, typical names including Broadway and 3rd Street – nothing to talk about there.  But then there are the ones that most people cannot figure out at all such as Divisadero and Geary.  What are they about?  Now, thanks to a Knight-Mozilla OpenNews BBC…

Remembering the Holocaust and Kathy Carlisle

Educator Kathy Carlisle who was struck by a train and killed on December 8, 2012, was also a Holocaust artist.  She was the photography and painting instructor at the Visual Arts Department at St. Francis High School in Sacramento.  In honor of her memory, the University of Minnesota will be exhibiting “Illuminated Memory,” Holocaust-inspired photos…

San Francisco St. Patrick’s Day Parade

To honor all that’s Irish, around 100,000 San Franciscans marked St. Patrick’s Day parade on Saturday March 17.  The celebration – the 162nd of its kind in the Bay area – was held one day before the actual St. Patrick’s Day this year, to enable an entire weekend of fun and frivolities to take place. …

Bookbinding Expert to Lecture in San Francisco

  Donald Glasiter, artist and bookbinding expert, will be leading workshops and delivering a lecture at the SF Center for the Book.  The program is being run as a joint venture between the American Academy of Bookbinding and Hand Bookbinders of California.  Glasiter is Director of the Fine Binding Program at the American Academy of…

SF Gets Modern Cruise Terminal

  Pier 27 – which just 12 months ago was home to an artificial soccer field – is now a cruise ship terminal.  Yes indeed, San Francisco can finally add this landmark to its list, after more than two-and-a-half decades of discussing the idea that, when finally built, cost $80m. It is believed by those…

Category Archives: San Francisco News

The Evolution of San Francisco

San Francisco is changing. That’s a given. It’s like getting older: it is inevitable. So how is it changing? This recent docu-video examines the fluctuations.

San Francisco: Getting Top Marks

San Francisco is a great place to live. The people who live there know it and now it’s being proved statistically. According to the most recent results from WalletHub, out of 300 cities San Francisco ranked in the top 30 for the healthiest housing markets. When it comes to affordability as we all suspected, San…

“Kitty” Takes on a Whole New Meaning in the Bay

Kitty – in this case spelt KitTea – as a play on words, opens today in San Francisco.  As its name suggests it is dedicated to two goals (in this order), cats, and tea. Using high quality tea from a small farm in Kyoto, Japan, the tea house features a place to sit and sip…

Car Parking Assistance

San Francisco is inherent for insufficient parking spots. It’s a great city with phenomenal features but – perhaps because there is so much going on the whole time – it can be a real challenge when it comes to one parking their car. This may soon become an issue of the past. Thanks to Luxe,…

Free San Francisco Activities

It can be challenging to keep everyone amused over the summer vacations.  And then, even when the kids do eventually go back to school they always seem to be looking for things to do.  The trick is, to find San Francisco activities that don’t break the bank; preferably ones that don’t cost anything. Herewith is…

Where The Streets Have No Name

Many of the streets in the city of San Francisco have standard, typical names including Broadway and 3rd Street – nothing to talk about there.  But then there are the ones that most people cannot figure out at all such as Divisadero and Geary.  What are they about?  Now, thanks to a Knight-Mozilla OpenNews BBC…

Remembering the Holocaust and Kathy Carlisle

Educator Kathy Carlisle who was struck by a train and killed on December 8, 2012, was also a Holocaust artist.  She was the photography and painting instructor at the Visual Arts Department at St. Francis High School in Sacramento.  In honor of her memory, the University of Minnesota will be exhibiting “Illuminated Memory,” Holocaust-inspired photos…

San Francisco St. Patrick’s Day Parade

To honor all that’s Irish, around 100,000 San Franciscans marked St. Patrick’s Day parade on Saturday March 17.  The celebration – the 162nd of its kind in the Bay area – was held one day before the actual St. Patrick’s Day this year, to enable an entire weekend of fun and frivolities to take place. …

Bookbinding Expert to Lecture in San Francisco

  Donald Glasiter, artist and bookbinding expert, will be leading workshops and delivering a lecture at the SF Center for the Book.  The program is being run as a joint venture between the American Academy of Bookbinding and Hand Bookbinders of California.  Glasiter is Director of the Fine Binding Program at the American Academy of…

SF Gets Modern Cruise Terminal

  Pier 27 – which just 12 months ago was home to an artificial soccer field – is now a cruise ship terminal.  Yes indeed, San Francisco can finally add this landmark to its list, after more than two-and-a-half decades of discussing the idea that, when finally built, cost $80m. It is believed by those…

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