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Summer of Love

Since this is the 50th anniversary of San Francisco’s Summer of Love (that primarily took place in the Haight-Ashbury neighborhood), there is much to do in the region.  At the time, the cultural center of North America (as San Francisco is often named) the counterculture was being celebrated and acted out in many ways. As…

San Francisco’s Military History

For those who want to learn about the military in San Francisco and partake in some wine while they are at it, some of the Bay Area’s wineries have been set up for that purpose.  What you will learn is that San Francisco has been prominent in so many more areas than just culture and…

Bye-Bye Print Media

Print press has been challenged since the beginning of online media.  Increasingly, fewer people are turning to a printed version of the newspaper over the web-based one.  There were some minimal gains in 2013 but the following year saw another dip.  According to a report undertaken by the Pew Research Center analysis of Alliance for…

The UK Comes to San Francisco Theater

San Francisco Theater is getting a dose of UK entertainment.  The Mostly British Film Festival – presented at the Vogue Theatre – is now in its sixth year and includes artists from the UK, Australia, Ireland and India. It comprises 25 oldies, indies, documentaries and more.  The festival is presented by both the California Film…

San Francisco Street Festivals

Food festivals are very popular for Bay Area citizens throughout the summer months.  There was the SF Chefs and Outside Lands, followed by the San Francisco Street Food Festival and soon there is to be the Yacht Rock: Summer Cocktails of the Farmers Market and the Outside Lands Festival.  At the San Francisco Street Food…

SF’s Novel Solution to Panhandling

  San Francisco has long been known as failing to deal with the issue of unsightly beggars on its streets.  Despite many attempts, ranging from employment programs to tough laws and everything in between, the city has not solved the issue…until possibly now. San Francisco’s latest unique attempt might actually work – puppy pairing. In…

How Would The Bay Area Handle a Tsunami?

The recent devastation in Japan has left many Californians concerned as to what their fates would be if the West Coast were to experience a similar earthquake and tsunami. In general, the Golden Gate strait of the San Francisco Bay would protect most of the low-lying areas from such a disaster. This rock-lined landmark would…

Category Archives: Uncategorized

Summer of Love

Since this is the 50th anniversary of San Francisco’s Summer of Love (that primarily took place in the Haight-Ashbury neighborhood), there is much to do in the region.  At the time, the cultural center of North America (as San Francisco is often named) the counterculture was being celebrated and acted out in many ways. As…

San Francisco’s Military History

For those who want to learn about the military in San Francisco and partake in some wine while they are at it, some of the Bay Area’s wineries have been set up for that purpose.  What you will learn is that San Francisco has been prominent in so many more areas than just culture and…

Bye-Bye Print Media

Print press has been challenged since the beginning of online media.  Increasingly, fewer people are turning to a printed version of the newspaper over the web-based one.  There were some minimal gains in 2013 but the following year saw another dip.  According to a report undertaken by the Pew Research Center analysis of Alliance for…

The UK Comes to San Francisco Theater

San Francisco Theater is getting a dose of UK entertainment.  The Mostly British Film Festival – presented at the Vogue Theatre – is now in its sixth year and includes artists from the UK, Australia, Ireland and India. It comprises 25 oldies, indies, documentaries and more.  The festival is presented by both the California Film…

San Francisco Street Festivals

Food festivals are very popular for Bay Area citizens throughout the summer months.  There was the SF Chefs and Outside Lands, followed by the San Francisco Street Food Festival and soon there is to be the Yacht Rock: Summer Cocktails of the Farmers Market and the Outside Lands Festival.  At the San Francisco Street Food…

SF’s Novel Solution to Panhandling

  San Francisco has long been known as failing to deal with the issue of unsightly beggars on its streets.  Despite many attempts, ranging from employment programs to tough laws and everything in between, the city has not solved the issue…until possibly now. San Francisco’s latest unique attempt might actually work – puppy pairing. In…

How Would The Bay Area Handle a Tsunami?

The recent devastation in Japan has left many Californians concerned as to what their fates would be if the West Coast were to experience a similar earthquake and tsunami. In general, the Golden Gate strait of the San Francisco Bay would protect most of the low-lying areas from such a disaster. This rock-lined landmark would…

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