Ladies and gentlemen, let us drink to history. Let us toast San Francisco as a drinking town, and let us celebrate the life and times of one of the city’s oldest saloons. That would be the Elixir, an establishment at 16th and Guerrero streets in the heart of the Mission, the oldest neighborhood in San […]
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Friends of the Urban Forest is having a tree planting event in the Castro and Mission Dolores neighborhoods on May 20th. They need volunteers and sponsors for trees. Please contact FUF or see maps on their site for details on tree planting locations that are already planned in the neighborhood for the May 20th planting. […]
With President Donald Trump in office, an LGBT historic site in San Francisco has dropped its request to become a National Historic Landmark, the Bay Area Reporter has learned. The leadership of the Women’s Building in the city’s Mission district had been working with Donna Graves, a public historian based in Berkeley, to fill out […]
Bryan Kappa recently started a free mulch program for gardeners and homeowners in Mission Dolores. It’s called Chip Drop, and it connects people with local tree companies who are willing to drop off whole truck loads of wood chip mulch for free. For more details, see the Chip Drop press page.
(As reported by Laura Wenus in Mission Local, June 14, 2016) THE SF MUNICIPAL TRANSIT AUTHORITY (SFMTA) held a community meeting on June 20 the Mission Cultural Center to discuss the effects of the transit-only lanes and turn restrictions implemented along the Mission Street corridor from 14th Street to 30th Street, which have drawn major backlash […]
ON MARCH 3, 2016, more than 40 volunteers came together on an overcast San Francisco Saturday morning to put hundreds of plants in the ground to create Pollinator Blvd., a pollinator-friendly garden on the wide median of the first block of Dolores St., just opposite the new Whole Foods Store. Patricia Algara, principal of BASE Landscape Architecture, […]