SF Rec and Park: Trying Hard

SF Rec and Park’s Park Score Increases to 90.6% City Controller Issues Mid-Year Park Score Report SAN FRANCISCO – San Francisco Recreation and Park Department (RPD) announced today citywide, the average mid-year park score is 90.6 percent, an increase compared … Read More

Rose Page Mini Park

If you weren’t paying attention, you could altogether miss the Rose Page Mini Park. This quiet, green space is situated between Rose and Page Street on one side, and Laguna and Buchanan Street on the other. The park opened in … Read More

Community Opportunity Fund Workshops

As part of the 2008 Clean and Safe Neighborhood Parks Bond, the Community Opportunity Fund is giving neighborhoods, community groups, and park enthusiasts an opportunity to make a real difference at their favorite local city parks. Please attend one of … Read More

Julius Caesar at AAACC

The African American Shakespeare Company presents – Julius Caesar by William Shakespeare Dates: March 10 – April 1, 2012 Times: Sat., 8 p.m. Sun., 3 p.m. Showing at the Buriel Clay Theater at the African American Art & Culture Center … Read More

Businesses Monthly Update

By Larry Cronander Some business news from the neighborhood: Paul K restaurantis closing. Go enjoy this great restaurant while you still can. More info about the future of the space to be run by chefs Sarah and Evan Rich here … Read More

Lower Haight Block Party Today

Today our neighbors in the Lower Haight are hosting a block party on Haight Street, between Fillmore and Webster.  Local merchants will offer a variety of things for sale, including BBQ, root beer floats, art, leather goods, and records. There … Read More