Posts Tagged ‘mission’

Our SFMTA’s Official Blessing for Weekend Church Parking on the Medians of Dolores isn’t Working Out

Monday, March 13th, 2017

Take a look, northbound Dolores at 18th:

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Dolores is for moving people about, right? It’s not for parking, non?

It doesn’t make any sense for the SFMTA to approve this kind of chaos, but for the outsized influence of small groups of Interested Parties.

Sundays Streets KIcks Off for 2017 in the Mission – It was Fine

Monday, March 13th, 2017

Sunday Streets seems to have been a bigger deal about a decade ago, but oh well.

In the Mission on Valencia yesterday – very nice weather, an OK turnout:

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Cars used to be a big deal at SS. So generally you’d get access to your garage, but somebody would walk in front of your car to keep you at a walking pace. It was a BFD. But these days, things are more mellow. Dude drove down Valencia to park at his residence NBD:

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Here’s the sked for 2017.

One notes that Embarcadero, the original Sunday Street, didn’t make the cut for 2017. Some businesses at the Fish Wharf didn’t like SS, but I don’t know the story…

Virginia might be “FOR LOVERS,” But Frisco is for CAR BREAKER INNERS, as This Mission Newcomer Will Soon Discover

Monday, March 13th, 2017

The owner of this ride drove all the way across ‘Muricah, with love, only to arrive en la Mision to go broken into:

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Things are different here.

Oh well.

Our New Skyline – Salesforce Tower Dominates the Dojo

Monday, December 5th, 2016

And as they say, “Bedrock, Baby!

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IS THIS KOSHER? Micro-Unit Apartment Parked on 9th Street Tells Citizens How to Vote

Monday, November 7th, 2016

Here’s the description:

Inside a tiny prefab home for the homeless – A possible solution for San Francisco citizens without a place to call home BY ADAM BRINKLOW

And here’s the unit, complete with signs telling you to vote for Propositions J & K:

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Is this what special parking permits from SFGov are for?

Any Traffic Issue can be Solved with MORE CONES – If Troubles Persist, Simply Add MORE CONES

Tuesday, October 25th, 2016

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Bi-Rite Market vs. Bi-Rite Market: Know the Difference – Balboa Out in the Richmond vs. the Regular Kind

Monday, September 26th, 2016

Here’s one kind of Bi-Rite, as seen en La Misión

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…and here’s the other kind, as seen en El Distrito de Richmond:

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As you can see, there’s quite a difference.

A Rare Delivery in Frisco: Dominos Pizza in the Housing Projects of McAllister

Friday, September 16th, 2016

I can’t recall the last time I’ve seen this – a pizza delivery in the Western Addition flats, on McAllister near Fillmore. This has been a no-go area for some pizza places in Frisco for a long time. There’s a long history of this kind of delivery redlining  – see some of it here, or even more here.

(IMO, Friendship Village(s) = The Projects.)

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Here’s one current delivery map. It’s a tad embarrassing, you know, for all of us in Frisco, so you now have to request persimmon (Mmmm… persimmon) from the owner/manager of Amici’s Pizza to see it – that’s how embarrassing it is.

I’m not saying that this part of McAllister Street is particularly dangerous and I’m also not saying that big-city pizza delivery is particularly safe, I’m just saying I can’t ever recall seeing a Domino’s delivery in this area, in all my years.

The Man in the Grey Flannel Suit … Rides an Electric Unicycle, ‘Cause This is Frisco, in 2016

Wednesday, August 10th, 2016

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Frisco Celebrates the 90th Birthday of Cuba’s Fidel Castro on August 6th – At 2969 Mission en La Mision

Tuesday, August 2nd, 2016

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