The cops arrested a 65-year-old man this week in connection to the ongoing destruction of those pretty trees in Golden Gate Park. Ken Frisch, a San Francisco resident, was arrested around 10:30 a.m. Wednesday after officers reportedly witnessed him damaging trees in the park, according to police. ... More >>
He has a family to look after, tooIt came as no surprise to city leaders when conservation groups slapped them with a lawsuit today, accusing the Recreation and Park Department of perpetually killing endangered species at Sharp Park Golf Course. The suit -- which was filed today in San Francisco ... More >>
renroublard/FlickrLa Cocina is going through with plans to let El Huarache Loco's Veronica Salazar, center, operate a cart in Dolores Park.More on the aftermath of Blue Bottle's decision to scrap its plans to sell in Dolores Park. Elton Pon, spokesman for the city's Recreation and Park Depart ... More >>
Everyone who heard about the bike situation last weekend at Hardy Strictly Bluegrass had the same thought: "what went wrong?" What was supposed to be an upgrade in bike parking turned into a repeat of last year's deficit: With bike racks overwhelmed early in the festival, concertgoers were ... More >>
This year, no pick-your-own bike farm The San Francisco Department of Recreation and Parks has taken steps to prevent a repeat of one of the most distinctive features of the 2009 Hardly Strictly Bluegrass Festival: Tree branches festooned with hundreds and hundreds of bicycles left by concertgoin ... More >>
Forget about Sharp Parks endangered frogs and snakes. The real problem with the golf course is its enormous cost to the city.
You could call it a win-win: The football squad of Leland Stanford Junior University will be playing a game here in San Francisco -- and they'll be spending tons of money in our broke, broke city. Stanford has announced it will be playing its annual "Cardinal and White" intersquad spring game at S ... More >>
Mr. Tudor is not amused...Less than a month before Renaissance Faire organizers hoped to transform Golden Gate Park from a haven of drunken debauchery into a haven of period-piece drunken debauchery, an e-mail today from Renaissance Productions today announced that the Aug. 1-2 event has been nixed. ... More >>