Haunted San Francisco

  Before the City of San Francisco voted to stop burials within city limits in 1900, there were at least two dozen cemeteries in existence. While the non-Native deceased were exhumed and relocated to Colma in the following decades, there are plenty of the dead who’ve taken up permanent residence in San Francisco and made it one of the most haunted places in the country. EscapeHere – 10 Most Haunted Cities in America: Alcatraz Island remains the site of our country’s most famous prison.

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1,000 Things to do in San Francisco this Summer

  Guests are coming, the kids are out of school, or you just want to do something different than usual. Summer has arrived in one of the most beautiful and multi-dimensional places on earth, and here is a wide variety of ideas for making the most of it. Food & Drink Top 100 Restaurants Zagat’s Best Outdoor Dining & Drinking Best Meal Delivery Best Breakfast Best Brunch Best Burritos Best Sandwiches Best Pizza Best Hamburgers Best Dim Sum Best Bars

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Sunday Streets has sprung!

The days are getting longer and the fabulous San Francisco tradition of Sunday Streets is back in action. Since 2008, Sunday Streets has encouraged residents to enjoy the beautiful city outdoors! Originated in Bogotá, Colombia as “Ciclovía,” a day of free, healthy activities, Sunday Streets intends to promote community in public streets. The event website has this statement to share. “Sunday Streets are events that encourage recreation, community activities and fun in San Francisco. Sunday Streets closes stretches of city

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It’s that time of the year again, PARK(ing) Day

PARK(ing) Day, an exercise in creativity centered around the repurposing and reimaging of public parking spaces, is back again this Friday, September 20th, for its annual event. Founded by the Rebar Group, a San Francisco based art and design studio, this event began in 2005 with a 2-hour “PARK” installation on a metered parking space in the city’s financial district. The event is focused on citizens independently turning metered parking spots into temporary public parks and other spaces that encourage

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Another September, another Architecture Home Tour Weekend!

  Ok, September offers  far more than home tours of amazing properties with interesting ideas come to life.  In the Architecture and the City Festival, there’s design, there’s films, there’s lectures!  All in September and all bought to us by AIA SF. I’ve already missed some great events, but I am looking forward to the home tour as always.   Presented by  AIA SF and  the Center for Architecture + Design this is our chance to enter and experience diverse architecture and neighborhoods in

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