By JUDITH JOFFE-BLOCK Two years ago, Ritual Café owner Eileen Hassi was nearly arrested by city police for creating a miniature park in two parking spaces in front of her café. Now, such guerrilla parks are part of an international holiday devoted to converting parking spaces into temporary parks. Park(ing) Day, celebrated on Friday in 90 cities worldwide, will create...
The city’s planning department is nearly finished with a proposal that will regulate future development in the Mission. See how it would affect the neighborhood.
Did you bike to work today?
Never on Sunday, at least for now. By ARMAND EMAMDJOMEH
"Listen to the sound, it's very different from cars," said one resident who enjoyed Sunday Streets in the Mission District. By ARMAND EMAMDJOMEH AND ANTHONY RAMIREZ
UCSF Parking Lot on 17th St, between Shotwell and Folsom Saturday August 15th 11am-2pm
Residents weigh in on projects designed to improve Mission District streetscapes. By STEFANIA ROUSSELLE
Call it art. Call it activism. Call it neighborhood beautification, or just a good excuse for a barbecue.
San Francisco restaurants and foodies are coming together to do their part in Haitian relief efforts. Tonight: Evil Jerk Cart will be at The Blue Macaw from 10 p.m. until 2 a.m. It’s been a while since I’ve been to the Stow Lake Boathouse in Golden Gate Park, but I’m so excited to see their pink popcorn isn’t going anywhere. ...
Mission Loc@l found only five businesses of 131 interviewed favored paid parking on Sunday. Others fumed at the idea. En Español
Parking meters on the agenda at this morning's community meeting at the Women's Building.
REBAR's workshop in the Mission smells like varnish. Ambitious plans are afoot. En Español
“Cities across the country are looking to see what happens in San Francisco,” said Donald Shoup, author of the influential book, "The High Cost of Free Parking.” En Español
4 p.m. June 1, room 431 at the Planning Department, 1650 Mission Street. Planning staff and MTA will meet with community to discuss concerns about parking on the site and in the area.
It's not just the tourists who pay anymore. En Español