Category: Examiner.com

Best Reasons to Live in the Rincon Hill Neighborhood Today

I wrote a “Top 10″ best reasons to live in the Rincon Hill neighborhood today entry over at my Examiner.com page that I hope pulls in the major reasons folks choose to live here now while we await some even better developments over the next 7-12 years. Please feel free to go visit that and […] Keep reading

Activity schedule for this Labor Day weekend's 'Sunday Streets' recreational event

While a lot of folks might be out of town for Burning Man, I hope to see many of you taking advantage of the temporarily expanded open space from 9 a.m. until 1 p.m. this Sunday as part of the ‘Sunday Streets’ event. There are several planned event l… Keep reading

SeeClickFix.com provides transparent means to report City infrastructure issues

Homeless encampments in Rincon Park on the waterfront and car break-ins are two of the open issues currently logged on a new web site called SeeClickFix. While San Francisco provides a 311 service for reporting non-emergency issues and for general qu… Keep reading

Transbay temporary terminal community meeting

Transbay JPA image – www.transbaycenter.orgThe Transbay Joint Powers Authority (Transbay JPA) is holding a community about the temporary terminal on Wednesday, September 10, 2008 at 6:00 p.m. at the Port of San Francisco office at… Keep reading

Spot Us community funded journalism to shine light on ballot measures' advertisements

Spot Us is providing San Franciscans with an opportunity to come together to raise ,500 in order to pay someone to check the facts trumpeted by the political propaganda that floods our mailboxes, cable television channels, and e-mail this elec… Keep reading

Opinions sought on downtown congestion driving tolls

The San Francisco County Transportation Authority conducted public meetings regarding a study about congestion charges for drivers who enter certain areas downtown at the peak driving hours. If you were unable to attend one of the public meeting… Keep reading

Poets Eleven at the Mission Bay Branch library on Wednesday

Three poets from San Francisco’s supervisorial District 6 area will read their poems at the Poets Eleven event at the Mission Bay Branch library this Wednesday, August 20th, starting at 6:30 p.m.  The event is part of a serie… Keep reading

Rincon Hill neighborhood fundraiser for Friends of Mama Ngina Orphanage

http://www.mamanginachildrenshome.co.ke/gallery.htm“Ngoma/Dance Show,” a Rincon Hill neighborhood fundraiser for Friends of Mama Ngina Orphanage.  In the theme of thinking locally, acting globally, the Rincon Hill neighborhood and Fr… Keep reading

Video of New York's version of 'Sunday Streets' – smiles all around

Sunday Streets happens August 31st and September 14th from 9 a.m. until 1 p.m. Learnmore at www.SundayStreetsSF.comThe first ‘Summer Streets’ event happened in New York City this past Saturday. A video documenting this past Saturday’s … Keep reading

Get involved in 'Sunday Streets' as a volunteer

Organizers of the August 31st and September 14th, 9 a.m. until 1 p.m. ‘Sunday Streets’ events along the waterfront are seeking volunteers to help out on those two days.  This is a wonderful way to step up to the plate an… Keep reading

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