Recent Streetsblog SF posts about Events

Hardly Strictly Bluegrass

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From SFBC: A crowd equal in size to the population of San Francisco will squeeze into the park this weekend for a free dose of a wide spectrum of music, definitely not only bluegrass (though the greats of that genre will all be present). If you’re riding your bicycle, and want to benefit from the […]

17th Street Plaza World Premiere at Mill Valley Film Festival

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From SFBC: SF Bicycle Coalition member Greg Rodgers and Operations Director Frank Chan’s 17th Street Plaza premieres at the 33rd Mill Valley Film Festival in the 5@5: Gimme Some Truth documentary shorts program. This slightly experimental short combines still images and video footage of the first few weeks of the plaza’s use. Check out their […]

Take a Kid Mountain Biking Day

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From SFBC: Take a Kid Mt Biking Day will be a spectacular morning of free youth and family mountain biking activities in McLaren Park This exciting event is geared toward youth 8-16 years old, with at least basic bike riding skills. Details: http://sfurbanriders.org/wordpress/blog/take-the-kids-mountain-biking-day-sf-style/

SFBC Monthly Good Roads Ride

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From SFBC: The Good Roads Crew thrives on civic action, and where better than the Civic Center along the upcoming Sunday Streets route? Help find and report potholes and cracks to keep everyone safe on the streets. Stops include the Tenderloin National Forest and Boedekker Park. First-timers always welcome (and they get first chance with […]

Bike the Vote

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From SFBC: Help get out the bike vote and help us maintain a bike-friendly majority on the Board of Supervisors. We’ll be out every Friday in October with coffee, snacks and information about the SF Bicycle Coalition endorsements. Email Tessa@sfbike.org if you’re outreach trained and can volunteer to make a huge difference in this election!

The Future of the Workplace

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From SPUR: As companies shift to reduced work weeks and flex-work schedules, they may also reduce their overall real estate holdings. This trend is leading to dramatic changes in both the design and organization of the workplace. What are the implications for the solidarity of the workplace, and on innovation that results from interaction? How […]