What’s up in San Francisco? Let’s take a tour of the neighborhood blogs to see what’s happening from bay to breakers:
- The US Open is upon us, and the kind folks at the Ocean Beach Bulletin have a US Open Survival Guide.
- The Richmond Police Station gets a new Captain, and the Cabrillo playground, originally built in 1945 as a new deal public works project, will be closed for a year for some much needed renovations. Both of these tidbits are fro the Richmond District Blog.
- News from the Glen Park Association brings news of… Coyote Stories from Glen Park Canyon. In vaguely related news, it’s confirmed that (most likely) a dingo ate my baby!
- As if wasn’t already easy enough to poke fun at Noe Valley residents, the Noe Valley SF blog brings us news of the opening of Olive this Olive That, a boutique dedicated to the “freshest and most flavorful extra virgin olive oils and balsamic vinegars. Sourcing over 50 single and blend varietals and infused extra virgin olive oils, dark and white traditional method balsamics…”
- The Forest Knolls blog goes slumming down the hill, discovers Inner Sunset Fourth Fridays.
- Tired of only getting stimulants at Progressive Grounds? Good news for you, Bernalwood shares that they are now serving beer and wine. Although I’m not aware of any drink that features coffee, beer, and wine in the same cup. But if any place could make it work, it would be Bernal.
- Burrito Justice makes cool SF maps into even cooler t-shirts than you could ever dream of. So stop dreaming and just order one of theirs.
- D10 Watch brings a great look at how community agriculture helped transform Quesada Avenue.
- Anthony Myint wants to open a restaurant inside the SF Food Bank. Because raising $125,000 for them just isn’t awesome enough. From the Dogpatch Howler.
And I’m sure I’ve missed lots more, feel free to remind me of all that I have overlooked in the comments!