"Work on the peninsula? Interested in riding your bike to work? Then come join the SF2G group (SF to Google) for their monthly First Friday Friendly Frolic! FFFF is a fun, low-key, no-rider-left-behind commute from SF to points down the peninsula — San Mateo, Foster City, Palo Alto, Mountain View, Cupertino, etc. SF2G takes a […]
"Learn more about the upcoming renovations and how they will effect bike polo and the open space in the park, and how you can get involved."
"Though not the most populous city in the Bay Area, San Francisco is the center of the region. How much should San Francisco grow, both in terms of housing and jobs, relative to the region? How can San Francisco be a leader in implementing SB 375, a new statewide anti-sprawl legislation? How can we work […]
"Perhaps the scariest thing about an earthquake is that you don’t know when it’s going to hit. But what if you had a little warning? The California Integrated Seismic Network has been testing early warning systems statewide on the real-time seismic networks and have successfully been able to detect the shaking of an earthquake before […]
"Urban development has changed the waterscape of San Francisco more dramatically than anywhere else in the state, from a natural creek- and dune-scape to today’s modern sewersheds. Christopher Richard of the Oakland Museum will take us on guided photo tour, with historical maps and photographs, uncovering the unique features of San Francisco’s primeval waterscape and […]
"With the T-Third Street Muni line running for three years now, how is Third Street evolving? For an overview, Tom Evans from the San Francisco Redevelopment Agency will outline the Bayview Master Plan. We’ll also get to hear about two new projects: Bay Oaks senior housing and planned affordable housing, and gold LEED registered Armstrong […]