Posts Tagged ‘autodesk’

Introducing the Tenderloin People’s Garden from Your Tenderloin Neighborhood Development Corporation

Tuesday, December 28th, 2010

Here it is, it’s the Tenderloin People’s Garden at McAllister and Larkin in the Civic Center / Little Saigon / Tenderloin / “Uptown” Tenderloin area.

Check out the basil and tomatoes. It’s like Automatic For The People.

Get all the deets from the Tenderloin Neighborhood Development Corporation.

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America’s Premier Urban Farmer is San Francisco’s Mayor Gavin Newsom

Tuesday, March 23rd, 2010


Take that, New Yawk.

Eat it, Portland.

Make up your own caption, it’s fun:

via mayorgavinnewsom

This will serve as our Civic Center Victory Garden, it would seem. Right at the well-irrigated and highly humid intersection of McAllister and Larkin.

Best of all, we got this garden just after Los Angeles got theirs.

It’s all brought to you by delicious Kraft Triscuit and Urban Farming.

All the deets, after the jump.


Bay to Breakers 2008 Won by Kenyans John Korir and Lineth Chepkurui

Sunday, May 18th, 2008

John Kipsang Korir won the in Men’s Elite category, as well as overall, in today’s Bay to Breakers footrace

Lineth Chepkurui won in the Women’s Elite category.

It can be tough for foreign nationals to compete in marathons and other running competitions in these United States, due to visa hassles and unfair prize schemes designed to favor Americans. But San Francisco’s oldest run is still wide open to all. Good.

The Autodesk team manged to win second place in the centipede category, despite a few distractions:  


See more wacky photos.

Complete results.

See you next year!