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A look at Team Drives in action at the California Academy of Sciences

Located in San Francisco’s Golden Gate Park, the California Academy of Sciences is an aquarium, planetarium, and natural history museum all wrapped into one. Attracting visitors from all over the world, the California Academy of Sciences aims to explore, explain, and sustain life on Earth. Show More Summary

The Goats of Golden Gate Park

TweetYou know, your more urban part of GGP, and of course this is a Pontiac, a kind of Tempest, aka Gran Turismo Omologato, aka Grand Tempest Option. And as Wiki recalls for us, “it had become known in the youth market as the ‘goat.'” As seen through the giant trees of the Panhandle: But if […]

Turns Out This Giant Mystery Signpost in Golden Gate Park is Merely Going to Say, “The Panhandle”

TweetMan, this installation took a long time man: And now it’s here, in a rather over engineered fashion, some might think: I guess this is what they mean by “wayfinding,” for all those people who suddenly forget which part of Golden Gate Park they’re in: It almost looks like a map of Oklahoma, non? #THEPANHANDLEISOK

Once Again, Rec and Park Fails to Honor Donald Trump on Its Annual Christmas Train in Golden Gate Park – But 2008, Well, That was a Different Story

Tweet2017: A hippie-influenced Love Train theme this year: The very same train, 2008: An Obamarama, to honor Barack Obama’s election victory the month afore: I don’t think we’ll see a Trump either next year, for one reason or another. And actually, I think the Obama display on public land was remarked upon at the time, by […]

Bill Clinton in SF for World AIDS Day: ‘The fight began here’

In a sweeping speech marking World AIDS Day in Golden Gate Park, former President Bill Clinton on Friday told members of an attentive audience that in these turbulent political times they should remember that ordinary people have long...Show More Summary

Scenes from the National AIDS Memorial Grove in Golden Gate Park

In honor of World AIDS Day Editor's Note: This post was originally published in November 2016 and has been updated with the most recent information and new spaces. In eastern Golden Gate Park, the National AIDS Memorial Grove was created 25 years ago to honor the lives touched by the disease. Show More Summary

Irresponsible Cat ‘Guardians’ Silence Golden Gate Quail Song

Golden Gate Park is a melancholy place these days as a lone California quail chirps for companions who will never come. The post Irresponsible Cat ‘Guardians’ Silence Golden Gate Quail Song appeared first on PETA.

The Tiny Fish of Golden Gate Park Like Peanuts – Go Figure

TweetOr should I say small bits of peanut: They’ll chase each other for this bits, such is their ardor. Conclusion: Fish Like Peanuts TMYK????

'Keystone Cops' Mistakenly Arrest Their Own Trainee

The Keystone Cops were fictional, incompetent policemen. Some San Francisco police may not be fans, but they did a fair re-enactment. While patrolling the Golden Gate Park, four police officers arrested one of their own. They thought Bret Cornell, an off-duty police trainee, was running away from them. As......

Twee Overload: Another Non-Safety-Related, Non-Improvement “Safety” “Improvement” for the Panhandle – How Does This Pole Help?

TweetSomehow, Rec and Park is trying to turn Golden Gate Park into some kind of old-school, National Park fantasyland, like something out of Every Day Is Like Sunday, these days. So we’re paying for stuff like these Edwardian-era wooden benches, which to me don’t match the Panhandle’s current situation. (Speaking of which, the wooden graffiti benches […]

Hawk vs. Rat at the Golden Gate Park Panhandle Bike Path – Quite a Scene

TweetStory I heard is that birdie here had just caught a rat, but then fumbled it away because birdie was of afraid of all the people nearby. So it flew up to a tree limb over the bike path to wait for its lunch as passersby inspected the rat carcass: Delayed lunch. Nose to extended […]

Masked Man Robs Museum-Goers At Gunpoint

Shots rang out in Golden Gate Park Thursday night, when a robber accosted two people as they left an event at an area museum. [ more › ]

Golden Gate Park to consider making car-free Saturdays year-round

But the De Young Museum wants to bring the idea to a full stop From April through September, most of JFK Drive in Golden Gate Park closes to vehicular traffic on Saturdays. But campaigns to extend the sixth-day car ban to a year-round...Show More Summary

Veteran park service employee to head Bay Area’s GGNRA

Laura Joss, a 27-year veteran of the National Park Service who has led the agency’s West Coast office for the past year and a half, was appointed to the top post at the Golden Gate National Recreation Area on Thursday. As GGNRA superintendent,...Show More Summary

Man Fights For Life Following Crash Into Golden Gate Park Trees

It took the SFFD over two hours to free the victim from his crumpled car. [ more › ]

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