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The Old Heart of San Francisco

The fog in San Francisco is named Karl.  Karl has his own Twitter account and LinkedIn profile.  He’s famous here, shrouding the iconic Golden Gate ‘til it’s lost in the clouds, causing the sky to glow in the evenings.   2,068 more words

Mission Dolores Cemetery

Mission Dolores Cemetery is the only cemetery remaining in the city of San Francisco (all the other bodies were transplanted in Colma, a city south of SF, and the cemeteries became parks). 80 more words


Into the heart of woodworking!

Perhaps after looking at the photos you may start to wonder why did I label this post as “Into the heart of woodworking!”, well the reason is because not too far from San Fransisco there is a beautiful town with many wonderful people and sights. 303 more words


18-Year-Old Arrested For Dolores Park Graffiti Facing 29 Counts Of Vandalism

SAN FRANCISCO (CBS SF) — An 18-year-old man arrested for allegedly tagging at San Francisco’s Mission Dolores Park and the surrounding neighborhoods with graffiti is facing 29 counts of vandalism. 235 more words


California Senator Wants 'Controversial' Missionary Statue At US Capitol Replaced With First Woman Astronaut Sally Ride

(CBS SF) — A California legislator has proposed replacing missionary-priest Junipero Serra’s statue from the U.S. Capitol with one of astronaut Sally Ride, the first U.S. 235 more words


The Many Layers of Mission Dolores

Little did I know that when I was framing our visit to Mission Dolores that we would be opening such a significant exploration of the potential sainthood of… 700 more words