Posts Tagged ‘st. mary’s’

The Washing Machine & The Curling Iron: Cathedral of St. Mary of the Assumption & Carillon Tower

Monday, May 23rd, 2011

Back in the 1990’s one time, former Mayor Willie Brown had sex, sort of, AFAIK, with my then girlfriend’s then roommate at the top of one of these buildings.

Or maybe it was nearby Cathedral Hill Tower, memory fades…

Regardless, here’s another excellent capture from that wandering troubador The Tens.

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This is the White 2009 Hyundai Elantra Involved in This Morning’s Fatal Collision on Masonic near Turk

Friday, May 6th, 2011

The San Francisco Chronicle’s Henry K. Lee has the early details and Terry McSweeny of KGO-TV has a video report.

This is the lane that goes through St. Mary’s between Stanyan and Shrader:

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The owner of the white Hyundai (CA 6HOT660) resides in the Chinatown / Nob Hill area, one might assume.

And here’s one of the cars that driver Jose Jimenez hit on Clayton near Fell Street when he was traveling from the hit and run scene to St. Mary’s. This two-ton minivan was pushed a foot or two so the impact speed must have been fairly high:

Jeff Adachi and Tim Paulson to Square Off Over Pension Reform Tonight at St. Mary’s

Thursday, August 26th, 2010

The San Francisco Coalition for Responsible Growth will host San Francisco City Budget: Realities & Priorities tonight at 6:00 PM.

SF Smart Reform HQ:

SFCRG General Meeting

Open to the Public

Thursday, August 26, 2010 6:00 p.m.

San Francisco City Budget: Realities & Priorities

St. Mary’s Cathedral located at 1111 Gough Street (x Geary St)

Free parking – food – refreshments

Introductory remarks by SFCRG President Rodrigo Santos

Special Guests:

Supervisor Sean Elsbernd will speak about Fix Muni Now

Public Defender Jeff Adachi will speak about SF Smart Reform

Director of SF Labor Council Tim Paulson: against SF Smart Reform

RSVP to (415) 648-1200

Year-End Holiday Festivities in San Francisco’s Japantown

Saturday, December 13th, 2008

It’s been a busy year for San Francisco’s historical Ja pantown, but now that the neighbors have settled down, it’s time for Year-End Festivities.

Looks like things might be a little less festive this weekend since 50 degree weather isn’t exactly conducive to hula dancing, but there’s stuff going on until the end of the year.

As seen on Post Street:  

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This weekend’s sked is below, with other days after the jump.

See you there!

Saturday, December 13
10 am-4 pm  –  Silver Bells Arts & Crafts Faire – Kimochi Kai  (St. Mary’s Cathedral Event Center)
Noon       –  Koto performance – Murasaki Ensemble (Japan Center Kinokuniya Bldg.}
1 pm       –  Taiko drum performance – Somei Yoshino Taiko (Japan Center Kinokuniya Bldg.)
2 pm       –  Hawaiian dancing – Performance by Keolalaulani Hawaiian Dancers – Canceled due to weather.

Sunday, December 14
1 pm       –  Japanese classical dancing – Michiya Hanayagi Dancers – Canceled due to weather.
3 pm       –  Traditional Okinawan dancing – Ohtori Kinsen Kai – Canceled due to weather.


Horrible PRO-SF Organization Cosponsors District 5 Debate

Thursday, October 16th, 2008

This was the scene tonight at St. Mary’s Hospital in the Western NOPA – it was another District 5 debate featuring Supervisor Ross Mirkarimi and challengers Rob Anderson and Owen O’Donnell.

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Let’s hear what they have to say. You already know Ross, here is Owen and here is Rob, who runs the District 5 Diary website.

The mise-en-scene, about 40 people made it to the end:

This debate was emceed by Richard Magary and cosponsored by the following:

Buena Vista Neighborhood Association
Cole Valley Improvement Association
Haight-Ashbury Improvement Association
Inner Sunset Park Neighbors

May the best man win.

In other District 5 news, the Panhandle Bandshell is wowing them in Europe. Godspeed, little bandshell. Come back real soon, ya hear?