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Fallen veterans remembered at Presidio’s Memorial Day ceremony

Under a blanket of gray fog, surrounded by American flags snapping in a cold wind blowing over the San Francisco National Cemetery of the Presidio, Pfc. “Caesar wore mismatched socks, listened to Metallica, learned to play the drums,”...Show More Summary

When We Come to It: 1935

To mark the 80th anniversary of the opening of the Golden Gate Bridge, we present for your inspection -- San Francisco, 1935. "Golden Gate Bridge under construction. Pontiacs on Presidio ramp." 8x10 negative, late of the Stanley-Blaisdell collections. View full size.

Free Shakespeare in the Park Announces “Hamlet” Dates in Frisco: Sept 2 to Oct 1st in the Presidio and McLaren Park

TweetWell this is something. I expect something like this at from our Presidio Trust but it’s surprising to me to see RPD able to abide a free show in McLaren Park. Anyway, it’s your choice come September 2017. All the deets here. “FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE 35th Anniversary of Free Shakespeare in the Park Announces “Hamlet” […]

Neighborhood Spotlight: Central Richmond

The Richmond district is a massive neighborhood of parallel and perpendicular streets with its southern border meeting Golden Gate Park and the Presidio to its north. With the Pacific Ocean at its west, the area is known for its heavy fog and brisk weather with a wind chill factor unique to its location. [ more › ]

"Everything's Out" - San Francisco Blackout Shuts Down BART, Traffic Lights, Business Across Downtown

A massive power outage in San Francisco on Friday morning caused a blackout in neighborhoods across the city, from the Financial District to the Presidio, forcing the closure of businesses, a federal courthouse and a BART station, officials said. Show More Summary

Massive power outage hits San Francisco, shuts down BART station

Massive power outage hits San Francisco, shuts down BART station A massive power outage in San Francisco on Friday morning caused a blackout in the Financial District, the Presidio and other areas and forced a shutdown of a BART station, officials said. BART’s Montgomery Station was closed due to the outage, which struck after 9 a.m. Show More Summary

Bonkers Georgian-style Presidio Heights home asks $18 million

Gasp! Built in 1904 by Milton Herman Esberg, former president of Gunt Tobacco, this stunning brick house in tony Presidio Heights landed on the market this week. And it’s quite the stunner. Coming in at six beds, six baths, and 9,074...Show More Summary

Karl Strauss Celebrates Women in Beer with the Release of Pink Boots Presidio Porter

(San Diego, CA) – In honor of International Women’s Collaboration Brew Day, a group of female Karl Strauss Brewing Compan… The post Karl Strauss Celebrates Women in Beer with the Release of Pink Boots Presidio Porter appeared first on

Texas Doesn’t Want Trump’s Wall Either

Terry Bishop, a West Texas native with a monogrammed belt buckle and a leather holster for his flip phone, looks out over the 2,000 acres of farmland he owns near the small town of Presidio. His property is a five-minute walk from the Mexican border, and Bishop knows what’s coming. Show More Summary

Cider Summit SF Announces Final Lineup of Cider Producers

(San Francisco, CA) – Cider Summit SF is returning to the Presidio on April 22 from 1:00 p.m. – 5:00 p.m. and today announced th… The post Cider Summit SF Announces Final Lineup of Cider Producers appeared first on

San Francisco's Presidio looks quite different in these rare photos from the 1800's

The historic Presidio archive photos from in the gallery were documented by one time Chronicle researcher, Wyland Stanley. The images depict the old army base decades before the Golden Gate Bridge would dominate the landscape, covering a period from about the 1870's to 1880's.

San Francisco’s most and least expensive homes this week

A Presidio fixer fixes for a major deal, and Bernal Heights does a lot with nothing at all Friday is time for the High & the Low, a Curbed column chronicling the most and least expensive homes sold in San Francisco in the last seven days. Show More Summary

Ladies take the stage at Presidio's night of female empowerment

Taking a note out of Elizabeth Warren's playbook, the staff at Presidio is hosting a night dedicated to nevertheless persisting and celebrating women in the industry. On Wednesday, April 5, Presidio (1749 W. Damen) will be hosting a night of events dedicated to "female empowerment and fun," starting...

San Francisco rents dip, according to new map

But they’ve crept up in Presidio Heights, Outer Mission, and the Excelsior The rental site Zumper published a new map on Monday laying out the median price of a one-bedroom home in major San Francisco neighborhoods. The verdict: Prices...Show More Summary

The Bathroom IS the Apartment!

2 months agoHumor / odd : Neatorama

Think your apartment is bad? Take heart, at least you're not living in the bathroom. The SFist spotted a rental listing for a small studio apartment in the Presidio Heights area of San Francisco. The landlord is asking for $2,000 a month, which is steep, but hey, that's the going rate for the most expensive rental market in the United States. Show More Summary

Presidio Heights mansion finally sells after 10 months on the market and $1.5-million in price cuts

When 201 Locust Street in Presidio Heights first came to market in May 2016, we raved about the “1915 mansion’s columned portico entrance, its grand foyer and imperial staircase, and its fabulous architectural details, like arched windows and the insanely elaborate coffered ceilings in the living room.” The elegant 7,000-square-foot home, designed by the same architect

Free Astronomy Lecture

The free lecture Galileo’s Telescopes and Observations – The Great Inflection Point in the History of Science presented by San Francisco Amateur Astronomers is Tuesday, March 21, 2017 from 7:45 pm to 9:30 pm at the Presidio Officers’ Club. Galileo Galilei significantly improved the optical performance of the telescope and began a series of celestial […]

IT Firm Presidio Climbs 1% In Debut After Pricing At Low End Of IPO Range

IT services firm Presidio (PSDO) debuted at the low end of its IPO range on the Nasdaq Friday:  The company, which focuses on serving mid-market businesses, raised $233 million by pricing 16.7 million shares at $14 each. Presidio's IPO...Show More Summary

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