The surviving driver is cooperating with the investigation, police say. [ more › ]
A motorcyclist was killed Wednesday evening after crashing into a truck near the Chinese Consulate in San Francisco, officials said. The collision occurred about 8:20 p.m. near the intersection of Geary Boulevard and Laguna Street, roughly 90-feet from the Consulate General of the People’s Republic of China, police said. Show More Summary
Three things to know today Welcome to Curbed Cuts, a tri-weekly digest connecting the dots between shelter, structure, parks, transportation, and more. How do you Geary? An argument commonly used by opponents of Geary Boulevard’s $300...Show More Summary
Just off off of busy Geary Boulevard, little Wood Street is only one block long and filled with mostly mid-century homes and low-rise apartment buildings. But at the very beginning of the block, right next to the Firestone Car Service, is an unexpectedly adorable little cottage hidden away behind a Victorian duplex. This is 75
Opponents of a plan to build dedicated lanes on Geary Boulevard to cut travel time for Muni bus riders have filed suit to slow down, and ultimately stop, the bus rapid-transit project. The neighborhood group has complained that the project...Show More Summary
A man riding a Muni bus on Geary Boulevard successfully fought an aspiring mugger Sunday, chasing the thief down and reclaiming his property. [ more › ]
Golden-agers learn the art of graffiti and tagging The Institute on Aging, a non-profit that works on quality of life programs for Bay Area seniors, has a big building with a lot of blank walls on Geary Boulevard. You might say they’re providing a canvas that, normally, nobody gets to work on. Show More Summary
A cyclist is fighting for his life this morning, after a brutal collision at one of San Francisco's most dangerous intersections Monday night. [ more › ]
San Franciscans would like to see a new subway line along Geary Boulevard, zipping riders between the avenues and downtown.
The suspect allegedly went back to sleep at the scene of the beating. [ more › ]
Given the expense of neon signs, one has to wonder just how many of them in this photo of San Francisco’s Geary Boulevard – taken in 1959 by the aunt of Roberto41144 on Flickr – exist today? Then again, cars are another high-dollar item that, like neon signs, wear out and weather, and we sorta […]
This month Tommy’s Mexican Restaurant on Geary Boulevard steps into the “classic” category. It was opened in September 1965 by Tommy Bermejo and his wife, Elmy. He died in 2011 but his son, Julio, has continued the family tradition. Tommy’s is a classic restaurant with an interesting juxtaposition. Many restaurants offer the burritos, chile rellenos,
A man who intentionally ran a firefighter over on Geary Boulevard was found guilty this week. [ more › ]
SFMTA joined Mayor Edwin M. Lee and District 1 Supervisor Eric Mar to announce the completion of work to install zebra-striped crosswalks along various Geary Boulevard intersections, as well as the implementation of a reduced speed limit on Fulton Street.
Proposed plans to fill in a Geary Boulevard underpass are getting serious consideration from city brass. The move to level the thoroughfare with Fillmore Street would streamline the planned Geary BRT that will run from Market to 33rd Avenue, reducing...
Tweet50 degrees. Blustery, swirly conditions. Even I was cold, an I’m a moose. And yet:
TweetLike, how many happy-ending massage parlors does one bleak stretch of Geary need, anyway? Here’s the scene this AM on Blake, across the street from the now-shuttered Bridge Theatre, which is still advertising itself as having the best popcorn. Click to expand Our Great Recession still hangs over the Inner, Inner Richmond, that no man’s [...]
A combination of factors may bring about the leveling of Geary Boulevard where is passes under Fillmore Street, and government officials are clamoring for plans reconnecting Japantown to Western Addition. Projects like the Geary Corridor Bus Rapid Transit will be...
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Noah Veltman created a fascinating interactive map of San Francisco that reveals the origins of many of the city’s street and landmark names, from (John W.) Geary Boulevard to the (José Antonio) Castro neighborhood. via Ryan Freitas