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Happy 147th Birthday to Our Cable Cars
Happy birthday to our iconic cable cars; they were invented by Andrew Smith Hallidie right here in San Francisco in 1873. Hallidie based his designs off of early mining conveyance systems. Hallidie’s cable car system have stood the test of time, surviving through Great San ...
Outer Sunset Farmers Market & Mercantile
Come eat, drink, shop, play, connect and be local at the Outer Sunset Farmers Market & Mercantile, a festive open-air, year-round weekly market featuring local farmers, ranchers, food artisans, merchants, makers, artists and organizations on a closed-to-traffic 37th Avenue between Ortega and Pacheco. Outer Sunset ...Every Sunday
Sit, Walk & Listen Because Black Lives Matter
These times are a great call for change.
As Thich Nhat Hanh once said: “Nonviolent action, born of the awareness of suffering and nurtured by love, is the most effective way to confront adversity.”
Buddhists and non-Buddhists of all ages and colors gather in public space to ...
Stern Grove’s “Best of the Fest” Virtual Concert Series
The Stern Grove free outdoor music festival was initially scheduled to take place on Sundays from June 14 through August 16, 2020. It is the first time in the Festival’s long history that it has been canceled. This summer, in place of canceled performances, the ...Every Sunday
Sunday Barbecue & Wine Tasting in San Francisco
Is there a better way to spend a Sunday afternoon with family & friends than with great barbecue food and award winning wine? Join us for our Sunday Barbecue & Wine Tasting at Sol Rouge Winery tasting room at Winemaker Studios on our large outdoor ...
Disband SFPD “Peaceful Protest and March”
Every28 Foundation’s quest to target every neighborhood in SF continues this Sunday!
The Police Commission has not voted down the new police budget yet. The Board of Supervisors has heard the city’s voice and still have not made a definite move toward disbanding the police.
San Francisco ...
Online Book Discussion “Confessions of an Alien”
Discussion with author E.T. Marshall on his visionary book that easily melds philosophy, science, and science fiction. It gives a convincing and welcome taste of the future.
Few other novels explore consciousness with this depth, except perhaps Carlos Castaneda’s classic novel, The Teachings of Don Juan.
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