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Episode 5: California & the Civil War

Before I get started, I want to make one thing clear. This episode is in no way an in-depth account of what happened in and around California during the Civil War. 2,886 more words

California History

An old stone fort...

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The Fort Mason Officers Quarters has been renovated and is all that is left of the old fort.

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A Weekend at S.F. Bay

Catching up a bit here! Two weekends ago I was footloose in SF while Bob was taking a workshop at the Center for the Book. One morning I planted myself on the cement bleachers below Ghirardelli Square to watch and listen to the endless parade of tourists, bay swimmers, summer camp groups (the list is so long!) I was trying out my natural hair ( floppy) paintbrush. 477 more words

John Bell Hood Ambushed at Devil’s River, Part 1

Emerging Civil War welcomes back Frank Jastrzembski

Confederate General John Bell Hood requires no introduction. He was one of the most controversial generals to serve on either side during the American Civil War. 1,426 more words


2k17 San Francisco Art Market!

h/t Funcheap

“Art Market San Francisco will return to the Fort Mason Festival Pavilion this April for the celebrated art fair’s anticipated seventh edition. Following record breaking sales, city-wide partnerships, and attendance of over 25,000 visitors in 2016, the 2017 edition of Art Market San Francisco is pleased to present a significant selection of contemporary and modern artworks from returning Art Market exhibitors and exciting newcomers.”

Get your art on!


„Off the Grid“: San Francisco's Food Truck Party at the Bay

San Francisco is a melting pot of world cultures and the food scene is an excellent example of this diversity. One of the best and certainly most enjoyable moments to experience and taste the culinary kaleidoscope of the Northern California metropolis is an evening at “Off the Grid” – a Friday night event held at Fort Mason Center at the Bay. 667 more words

San Francisco

Destination: SF Vintner's Market

Its like a farmer’s market, but for wine! Can it get any better than that?

Twice a year, winemakers from all over Northern California converge on the Fort Mason Festival Pavilion in San Francisco. 791 more words