Starting tomorrow, Tuesday, July 26, we’re taking a mid-summer vacation from publishing Streetsblog San Francisco. Another California editor will update headlines every other day (notifications will go out via social media). And, of course, keep up with state stories at Streetsblog CAL and Streetsblog LA and national news at Streetsblog USA. We’ll resume our regular publishing schedule on […]
I’ve got spring fever, so I’m taking a much-deserved one week break from producing Streetsblog San Francisco, along with my colleague Aaron Bialick. I look forward to spending a lot of time on my bicycle and at the beach! Have a great week and we’ll see you back here on April 11th.
Ah, 2013, we hardly knew ye. But the year certainly had its memorable moments — a few good transportation improvements here, a few nonsensical and alarming statements from city officials there. Now is your chance to vote on the best and worst of 2013 with Streetsblog SF’s second annual Streetsie Awards. Polls are open until Friday […]
2014 certainly had its moments and its characters. As we head off for a holiday break, it’s time again to vote for the best and worst in San Francisco transportation in this year’s Streetsie Awards. The polls will be open until Friday at midnight. Streetsblog will be taking a break from publishing for the week, and […]
Streetsblog San Francisco is taking a much-deserved two-week break. I wish you all the happiest of holidays. Also, best wishes to my colleague Matthew Roth as he moves on to new adventures. I’ll be back after New Year’s just in time for our second anniversary, ready to provide another year of livable streets coverage.
Happy holidays, Streetsblog readers. As we go into our year-end reporting break, Streetsblog SF is finally taking part in the tradition known as the Streetsie Awards. What that means is you get the chance look back on the year and vote on which of the nominees — the good and the bad — will win […]