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Tag Archives: The Castro
It's the morning after the 49ers' first Super Bowl loss, and the Chronicle seller in Castro Station wrote up his own opinion on the results.
A broken water pipe in front of The Castro Theatre. Gallons of water rushing down Castro to 18th Street. Two lanes of traffic blocked off. The water in the hole is a little higher than waist-deep. SFPUC is on the … Continue reading
Tonight, there was a rainbow above The Castro. That was great. Then, it became a double rainbow. Amazing. Yep.
Last night at The Castro Theatre during the final rounds of questions of the Mayoral Candidates Forum, San Francisco's crop of candidates for mayor were asked to explain which of their colleagues' points from the evening's proceedings they would like … Continue reading
Around 6:30 PM today, an anti-police protest group of about 150 people flowed down Castro Street south to 18th Street chanting "Cops! Pigs! Mur-der-ers!" The protest was in reaction to Saturday's shooting of Kenneth Harding Jr. in The Bayview District. … Continue reading
* Bay Area Wanderer: 17th Street and Sanchez, San Francisco Nearing the end of June. Pleasantly warmer. Police barricades stacked around The Castro. Pride is almost here.
When the Muni announcer says that a streetcar isn't going to stop at a station, you figure that it's not going to stop. Not this time. Not only does this M-Ocean View car stop, it makes a full, normal stop … Continue reading