SAN FRANCISCO, CA — Audrey Carey, a 23-year-old woman from Quebec, was found beaten to death Saturday morning in Golden Gate Park following the first day of the Hardly Strictly Bluegrass Festival. Just a few hours before the first band...Show More Summary
Four days after a young backpacker was found dead in Golden Gate Park near the site of Hardly Strictly Bluegrass, the San Francisco Police Department is seeking people who might have seen her in the hours before her slaying. [ more ...
Audrey Carey, whose body was found in Golden Gate Park, was on her first solo backpacking trip, relatives say
San Francisco circa 1923. "Dort touring car at Golden Gate Park." Latest chapter in the Shorpy Saga of Superannuated Sedans. 5x7 glass negative. View full size.
With seven different stages and over 120 bands performing over three days, the Hardly Strictly Bluegrass Festival held in San Francisco’s Golden Gate Park may sound much like many of the other annual music festivals throughout the United States each year. Show More Summary
For nearly 100 years, the Golden Gate Angling and Casting Club has provided anglers a place to practice their casting. James Joiner writes about the unique facility in the middle of the San Francisco’s Golden Gate Park: “there may not … more ?
TweetI’m not sure if this kind of thing was what the Founders of the Golden Gate Park PANHANDLE COMMUNITY BOARD had in mind: Now let’s give this new bidness a name: DnnrDog (Pronounced “dinner dog”) And here’s your logo. (My creative fee will be 2.5% of DinnrDog.)
San Francisco, 1927. "Gardner roadster at Golden Gate Park." With all the right accessories. 5x7 glass negative by Christopher Helin. View full size.
TweetGetting your motorcycle from south of the Panhandle to north could take you something on the order of two to five minutes, depending, assuming you’re not already on Masonic or something. But cutting through on the north-south walking paths, well that’s easy as pie, ‘specially when the lights sync up nicely. As here, where Bro […]
TweetHere’s one wagonload right here: See you tomorow
San Francisco circa 1925. "REO touring car at Golden Gate Park." Ready to carry these ladies in style. 5x7 glass negative by Christopher Helin. View full size.
TweetHere’s shot of a 2000-something square foot knoll from a couple years back, in the Golden Gate Park Panhandle – keep off our expensive new turf, man is what RPD was saying with the temporary cyclone fencing: Nice and green, huh? This was the color of the Mound when the (fake) Rain Garden went in: […]
A party in Golden Gate Park ended in gunfire this weekend. [ more › ]
TweetI didn’t see the chariots this year:
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TweetSFGov has learned to justify anything and everything as a matter of “safety.” As here, where LED lights are going in: Now IRL, what these LEDs will do is save money, prolly, over time. The connection to safety is tenuous, certainly. Hey, what’s that in the background? Is it Yet Another Streetlight in the area […]
TweetYou know the Wild Parrots of Telegraph Hill, from Peru, right? As seen from the Filbert Steps, 94133 on Telegraph Hill more than a decade ago: And of course, you know our eucalyptus trees, from Australia, right? Put them together and you’ve got this – a Southern Hemisphere smorgasbord, all the way up here in the Northern […]
TweetWhat’s this, GOLDEN GATE PARK COMMUNITY GARDENS? Is this a joke? Gentle Reader, check out this recent bit from Calvin Welch in Tim Redmond’s 48 Hills to see how much UNITY there was in getting rid of the recycling center. So that’s STRIKE ONE. And what of this, also in the news yesterday: “Unity Plaza” […]
TweetFirst it was all like this, but now it’s all like this:
San Francisco. 1918. "Buick at Japanese Tea Garden, Golden Gate Park." Dominatrix footwear on the left. 5x7 glass negative by Christopher Helin. View full size.