Back in February, San Francisco Chronicle columnist C.W. Nevius began a piece about the changes taking place in San Francisco with the following two sentences: "Gentrification," he wrote. "It's happening with surprisingly little grumbling." Which raises the question: Just which Internet is Chuck Ne ... More >>
What: Potrero Branch Library's Imbibe Where: Potrero Branch Library When: Fri., December 2, 7-10 p.m. Cost: Free to Friends of SFPL The rundown: Imbibe is the quarterly after-hours cocktail party highlighting the beauty and diversity of San Francisco's newly remodeled branch libraries. This tim ... More >>
Books Heart Boozeâ€‹If you've ever heard the representative of Friends of the San Francisco Public Library drone on during Board of Supes' meetings until he's gonged off the public comment podium, you'll know that then knocking back a hard one couldn't hurt. You can even help the bookish boozing alo ... More >>
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