Hope you’re hungry, because we’ve got tamales, waffles, parties, updates on Bi-Rite and Maven, and more — all in this week’s leftovers.
Though it doesn’t start for a few more hours, December is already shaping up to be a busy month in our neck of the woods — starting with a pair of fun events tomorrow night.
Flickr/troyholden Just a few leftovers for you this week — but they’re still guaranteed to satisfy.
There are plenty of good reasons to ride a bike: the freedom, the eco-friendliness, the exercise… the free beer?
We’ve got some wandering newlyweds, European muralists, an ice cream auction for Japan, and much more — all in this week’s leftovers!
It’s pretty well accepted that San Francisco began in 1776, when Spanish settlers supposedly founded Mission Dolores by the shores of an ancient Mission District lake. But now, an Oakland scientist makes the explosive claim that the lake never existed … Continue reading
Flickr/troyholden It’s Friday, which means it’s time for some leftovers! Here’s a round-up of a few news stories that didn’t quite make the front page this week.
epiphany productions Lots of events going on in the neighborhood this weekend! Here’s a taste.
A man was unexpectedly tackled by a stranger while walking his dog in Duboce Park recently. The victim, who suffered a fractured hip socket as a result of the assault, is now reaching out to neighbors in an effort to … Continue reading
Why haven’t we heard of Carrotmob before? Check this out. A couple of times a year, an organization called Carrotmob asks a bunch of cafes or bars in a specific area (this time, Duboce Triangle), to pledge to make socially … Continue reading