Posts Tagged ‘golden gate park’
New and Improved? The 2016-Era Speedbumps on JFK Drive in Golden Gate Park Now Have More Painted LinesMonday, April 17th, 2017
So these lines are new, that’s the news.
I’ve never seen this kind of thing. I guess people were getting surprised by the bumps?
Frisco remains on the cutting edge of paint engineering, it would seem.
I’ll tell you, I go over these things at a steady 25 MPH, but others slow down to about ten and then speed up again to around 30 only to slow down again a short stretch down the road. That’s the update…
North of Panhandle Update: Small Coffee Shop Shut Down Over a Huge Rent Increase to $15K/Mo Reopens as … a Coffee Shop?Monday, April 17th, 2017
(This is about the area actually north of the Panhandle, as opposed to the Divisadero Corridor’s NOPA, which is only sort of north of the Panhandle.)
…and a Now Hiring notice in the window:
So who knows what happened here…
The “Summer of Love Experience” Debuts at Our de Young Museum – A MUST SEE – Runs Through August 20, 2017Wednesday, April 12th, 2017
Here it is, at America’s fifth busiest museum:
Walk from the pouring sun of Golden Gate Park through the entrance to see the now-decorated front doors.
April 8th to August 20th from 9:30 AM to 5:15 PM on Tuesdays through Sundays. CLOSED MONDAYS. Golden Gate Park, 50 Hagiwara Tea Garden Drive 94118. (415) 750-3600
I thought it would be heavy on textiles/fashion and it is. I thought it would be an A+ show and it is.
And here’s a taste of it – a Digital Story.
And here is the review:
Colleen Terry (Assistant Curator, Achenbach Foundation for Graphic Art) and Jill d’Alessandro (Curator of Costume and Textile Arts, de young Museum):
It’s the Hermitage but for posters in there:
And fashion fashion fashion:
I’ve never seen a photo of the Further bus from the Electric Kool-Aid Acid Test
And of course, exit through the dedicated gift shop:
The catalogue is amazing as well:
Memberships at the de Young start at $119
And leaving you with this – road signs marked 1967 and 2017:
This JFK inbound at Kezar, on the way to Oak.
It gets backed up, as you can see.
This congestion is a function of the lights at Oak and Stanyan. The cars you see here dribble through the stop sign one by one. It could easily take five minutes or more for the cars you see here to make it through, oh well…