TweetOur California Academy of Sciences must have the happiest songbirds in the World:
TweetSing along: Barracuda Know your Plymouth ‘Cudas. Ooooh, street cred, sort of: “In 2009, it was named the 34th best hard rock song of all time by VH1.” Catalyst: “Ann Wilson revealed in interviews that the song was about Heart’s anger towards Mushroom Records’ attempted publicity stunt involving her and her sister Nancy Wilson in a […]
TweetThis is the brownest I can recall see the Living Roof (aka Green Roof) of our CalAcademy Building in Golden Gate Park since it was first getting established about 7-8 years ago: IDK, maybe it’s been browner at some point, but it’s never been and it will never be as green as some thought it […]
TweetAs seen on JFK Drive: Most outfits, including the SFPD, would use dirt bikes for this mission, just saying…
TweetThis one’s too close to call:
TweetJust asking, Bro. What’s the speed limit on the Panhandle bike path? What should it be? How fast do you think you can go heading west downhill on this bike path, with you out of the saddle, on your expensive lightweight bike, with skinny high-pressure tires, with your muscular thighs, with a strong tailwind? Bro, […]
TweetOur Golden Gate Park Panhandle bike path / performance stage:
San Francisco, 1926. "Girls in Buick at Golden Gate Park." 6½ x 8½ inch glass negative, originally from the Wyland Stanley collection. View full size.
TweetI think this one will run the owner more than the ticket for “parking on the grass,” which will only cost you $22 these days. Anyway, this approach to parking is unique
TweetOur iconic Hall of Flowers regularly becomes a House of God, apparently. I guess they were they highest bidder? Did they need to hire a lobbyist, a fixer, an expediter, to get this deal through? I know not. The Soul is For Hire/ And They’ve Sold the Heart
TweetHere you go – “CAR-FREE,” as seen at the western end of JFK Drive in Golden Gate Park: Is being without a car a good thing? IDK. The neutral approach would be something like NO CARS, or NO CAR DAY or NO CARS DAY. We should think about a befuddled foreigner in a rental car […]
Steve Nieve, performing on a pond in Golden Gate Park. [photo credit: Paul Iorio] "It's like a dream," said the woman next to me. And it was, except it was quite real. Steve Nieve, one of rock's greatest pianists, the musical right-hand...Show More Summary
A bit of Burning Man-style delight and randomness came to the SF Botanical Garden in Golden Gate Park this past weekend, and it will continue through this week. Here, some video evidence. [ more › ]
New York has Central Park at 843 acres and San Francisco has Golden Gate Park at 1,017 acres of urban public grounds in the city. These are two of the biggest landscaped urban parks in the USA. These urban spaces allow you to lose yourself in the trees and fields and walkways in the middle… The post London Royal Parks offer country in the city appeared first on Loyalty Traveler.
San Francisco circa 1919. "Velie roadster at Golden Gate Park." Latest entrant in the Shorpy Concours of Kaput Konveyances. 5x7 glass negative. View full size.
TweetIs a genuine orange shirt from the California Department of Corrections a prestige item on the Streets of San Francisco? Yes it is:
TweetAs seen in the Panhandle: But let’s keep things in sperpective – sometimes, blight-wise, the cure is worse than the disease
TweetHere you go, four streetlights in and around the Golden Gate Park Panhandle. From left to right: 1. ON ALL THE TIME SINCE EARLY 2015, on RPD Property. 2. ON ALL THE TIME SINCE EARLY 2015, on DPW Property. 3. ON ALL THE TIME SINCE THE PAST WEEK, on DPW Property. 4. ON ONLY AT NIGHT, […]
After a romantic proposal weekend spent in tiny rustic cabin near hot springs, waterfalls, and mountains in Colorado, Stuart and Aly made the decision to host their enchanting wedding with the same theme. With all of its rustic character, the Red Barn at Golden Gate Canyon State Park was the perfect place for Stuart and Aly’s natural wedding. Show More Summary
TweetBro was cruising right along… Hanging ten is when the surfer positions the surfboard in such a way that the back of it is covered by the wave and the wave rider is free to walk to the front of the board and hang all ten toes over the nose of the board.