Off The Grid Comes To North Beach

Via SF Weekly…

YES!!!!!!!!!!! Off the grid is coming to North Beach! No longer will we have to trudge to Fort Mason! Our time has come! WOOOOOOOOO!

Roaming food truck market Off The Grid continues to expand ambitiously, with the latest weekly event set to debut in North Beach. This first foray into the . . . → Read More: Off The Grid Comes To North Beach

iPads for Autism Charity Event

Shannon Tomayko from Yick Woo Elementary tells us about a local charity event. It’s Rickshaw Stop 155 Fell St. on Sunday October 28th from 6pm-11pm for an incredible family evening filled with delicious food, amazing raffle prizes and live music by The Ian Fays.

Tickets can be purchased at the door for a minimum . . . → Read More: iPads for Autism Charity Event

Passport 2012 David Huffman Signing Pictures

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Big thanks to everyone who came out for the Passport 2012 signing. David Huffman and his wife had a great time meeting all of you. We hope you enjoyed all the freebies we gave out. Thanks again for supporting the arts and the San Francisco Arts Commission.

This Sunday…Passport 2012 is coming to Double Punch

This Sunday, artist David Huffman will be stamping SFAC Passports at Double Punch from 12 to 4pm. More details below!

Date and Time: Sunday, October 14, noon – 4pm Location: North Beach (Passport Home Base at Washington Square Park) Purchase Tickets: Buy your passport for $25 here! Or you can come to the SFAC . . . → Read More: This Sunday…Passport 2012 is coming to Double Punch

North Beach History: Square 5

 

via SFGATE…

Neat article talking about the history of North Beach. Enjoy…

If I was going to pick one square to explain the quirkiness, vibrancy and ethos of San Francisco, it would be Square 5.

Here lies the heart and soul of San Francisco. This square mile encapsulates the city’s beginnings, its forced . . . → Read More: North Beach History: Square 5