No Dig, June 1: SF like it was, Kids camps, Coit spruce up, Wave organ walk, Trails Day
Mon, May 23, Keepin’ SF like it was
Buzz Brooks has been driving a cab for 36 years and is “keepin’ SF like it was” and is “part of the fabric.”
“Taxi driver entertains riders with his Kabaret Kab Experience”
SF Chron article
Video of Buzz in action reminiscing about the SF he once knew, a 3-minute film noir shot in the Barbary Coast by Erin Brethauer.
Other Buzz stuff: Video of an SF taxi tour Website
May 28, 2016 Attending the Summer Kids Camp Program can be a life changer!
See this letter from Lee Radner on how to donate to FOGG Kids Summer Camps which begin June 6.
Fri, Jun 3, 6–9pm First Friday in North Beach
Nature Illuminated: Paintings+Photographs
Richard Zimmerman, Carolyn Miller, Julie Jaycox
Canessa Gallery, 708 Montgomery St @Columbus
Sat, Jun 4, 9–noon Coit Tower & Pioneer Park work party
One Telegraph Hill Blvd
Volunteer to help maintain our glorious hilltop.
Details: Wear old clothes, closed-toe shoes with tread. Donuts & coffee provided.
All are invited, bring friends and neighbors.
Organized by Joslyn Hain and Laura Mancuso, Families for North Beach Playgrounds
Sat, Jun 4, 10am Wave Organ Walk
Take a pleasant walk along SF’s north shore to a spit of land in the Bay opposite the Marina Green, to visit the Exploratorium’s wave organ.
Meet behind the Maritime Museum (900 Beach Street, San Francisco), under the large clock, along the Aquatic Park Promenade. Walks are leisurely, about 2 hours total.
Sat, Jun 4, National Trails Day
NPS & GG Parks Conservancy invite you to discover some of the SF Bay Area’s trails.
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May 12, 2016, Article: Magic lives in North Beach by Broke-Ass Stuart
“North Beach is still an actual neighborhood, where people act like neighbors.”