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Tuesday Morning Roundup: Golden Gate Park Owls Amaze

Pardoned turkeys, SoMa development, and shuttle drivers get their contract. [ more › ]

CA: New Larkspur Ferry Parking Eases Crunch

Nov. 21--New parking near the Larkspur Ferry Terminal appears to be easing a parking crunch at the site, Golden Gate Bridge district officials report. Earlier this year, the bridge district approved a lease with the Marin Airporter for a n

Carpe Diem! – Area Fish Tickler Seizes the Day by Stroking Koi in Our Japanese Tea Garden

TweetWow, the ornamental carp in Golden Gate Park are looking good these days. And they’re quite friendly. See? See the Beauty Touch the Magic

Let’s See Here: A Chariot Private SHuttle Van Running Through Golden Gate Park on a National Holiday?

TweetHey, are San Francisco taxicabs somewhat restricted in Golden Gate Park? Yes, yes they are. But here comes a Chariot: Does Chariot take people to work in the Financh on Veterans Day? IDK. Does Chariot run charters on big holidays? Perhaps. Or maybe the driver is repositioning or traveling for maintenance. Or maybe there’s some […]

The Scary, Batlike Hummingbirds of Golden Gate Park – And This Other One has a Costume for Halloween 2015

TweetThis little critter startled me the other day, as it’s in the same bush where I saw a roof rat a few weeks back. Dese boids generally have an all-carbs diet, but sometimes they need a little protein. This the last thing some spiders see: Sort of looks like a bat to me. But now […]

Golden Gate Park is Returning Back to Nature, A Quarter-Acre at a Time – Look What’s Growing on This Formerly Grassy Knoll

TweetHere’s the update for the Panhandle’s formerly grassy knoll: So the bacteria is chugging away down there and whatever wants to grow there is a growing. This is quite a change from the quite unnatural and quite thirsty grass what made this little hill look like part of a golf course. To be continued.

Belles-Motors: 1924

San Francisco circa 1924. "Buick sedan at Golden Gate Park -- costumes." Maybe some of that style will rub off on the car. 5x7 glass negative. View full size.

The Bude’ Abides – Better Know Your Giant Buddha of Golden Gate Park – But Why Don’t We Send It Back to Japan?

TweetHere’s your history of this 3000-pound statue in our pricy ($8 a person!) Japanese Tea Garden in Golden Gate Park: Oh, here we go, just found this in the SFChron, but I don’t know what “Tajima province Honsha, Japan” means. (Perhaps they meant to say Tajima Province in Honshu, Japan? That would be like saying Atlanta, GA […]

Hey Look, All the Invasive Frogs are GONE from Golden Gate Park’s Lily Pond – Now Back to Normal – Photos

TweetHere it is, looking pretty normal, or about as normal as you can expect for a quarry pond in human-created Golden Gate Park: Now here’s your background: Lily Pond in Golden Gate Park overrun by Vivian Ho And here are the troublesome critters themselves – never seen one myself: Poor little feller. Michael Linnenbach ( […]

Paint It Black: 1931

San Francisco, 1931. "Hudson sedan at Golden Gate Park." Perfect accessory for dark clothes or dark moods. 5x7 glass negative by Chris Helin. View full size.

BAD TO THE BONE: The Banana-Seated, Electrified, Chopper BIkes of Frisco – A Schwinn Stingray on Steroids

TweetOut for a cruise on the Golden Gate Park Panhandle bike path: Good times! Tech-Bro Fever – Catch It (Compare with more conventional Stingrays about town – scroll down.)

Alleged Golden Gate Park Killers To Appear In Court Today, May Face The Death Penalty

As the trio of drifters accused of killing a Marin hiker and a Golden Gate Park backpacker prepare to appear in court today, some San Francisco residents are telling police that the suspects represent a larger issue in the area. [ more › ]

Best Rental Ever: Historic Home Near Point Bonita Lighthouse

The National Park Service has put another property on the rental market, and this one is a doozy. The small house near Point Bonita Lighthouse sits on the edge of a cliff in the Golden Gate National Recreation Area,...

A Black Box on Bernal Heights Hits the Market, Asks $1.295M

Christopher Haas is an architect whose work makes you sit up and take notice. (Case in point, he was a Herzog & de Meuron project architect for the de Young Museum in Golden Gate Park.) That's certainly the case...

Two Dourpower: 1919

San Francisco circa 1919. "Mitchell touring car at Golden Gate Park." Latest entry in the Shorpy Cavalcade of Cantankerous Conveyances. View full size.

'Lost Souls' On Crime Spree Allegedly Killed Woman In Golden Gate Park Saturday, Marin Hiker Monday

Three drifters allegedly killed a Marin yoga instructor just days after shooting a woman in the head in SF. [ more › ]

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