neighborhood groups oppose plan to extend meters
A proposal to extend the hours that parking meters charge fees
is creating an uproar among some merchants and residents in
the Richmond District, while at the same time creating an unusual
alliance of organizations that support the idea.
banquet hall gets OK to open
In November, the SF Entertainment Commission gave the owners
of Magdalena's Banquet Hall the green light to open on outer
Balboa Street for a six-month trial period.
a Dog's Life!
At 9 a.m., Megan Brezovar, 33, briskly walks into Peet's Coffee
at the Potrero Center wearing what could be described as a dog
walker's uniform: cargo pants, knit cap, athletic shoes, long
sleeve knit shirt over a T-shirt, accessorized by a nylon treat
bag, and a large set of keys hanging from her belt.
Cemetery overlook opens at Presidio
Tucked into the woods above the San Francisco National Cemetery,
the Presidio's fourth major scenic overlook provides a contemplative
vantage point for commemorating the sacrifices of American soldiers
and honoring their service to the nation. The National Cemetery
Overlook was formally dedicated at a special Veterans' Day ceremony
on Nov. 11.
show at Academy of Sciences inspires
For those looking for a connection with others during the sometimes
lonely holiday months, exploring the cosmos at the Academy of
Sciences new Morrison Planetarium show "Voyage to the Stars"
might be the answer.
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