Pedaling the Presidio

"Cycle through scenery, immerse in history on this five-mile, moderate bicycle ride. A unique program in a unique national park led by Ranger James Osborne. Bike and helmet are required."

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Greenbelt Alliance Walk: Exploring North Berkeley

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From Greenbelt Alliance: See how Berkeley has changed over time as we meander city streets to experience a wide variety of historic architecture, from grand Victorian villas to unique Maybeck designs.  We’ll also explore the area’s unique paths, the Gourmet Ghetto, Codornices Creek, Berkeley Rose Garden, and more. We will be mostly on city sidewalks […]
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Talking Headways Podcast: Climbing the Ladder Together

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This week we’re joined by Joseph Curtatone, mayor of Somerville, Massachusetts, which is currently working on plans for transit-oriented development around the Green Line Extension. Mayor Curtatone talks about how that effort is progressing and can be recreated in the future, and how this inner Boston suburb has transformed yet maintained its unique character over his 14 years in office.

Ready-to-Bake Pie Class with founder of Pietisserie at Homespun!

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From EBBC: Prepare a homemade pie, from start to finish, with your neighbor Jaynelle St. Jean of PieTisserie. The class will focus on creating a fruit-forward apple or pear-berry pie with a flaky double crust and beautiful lattice top. 
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SPUR Lunchtime Forum: Smart growth in San Francisco

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"San Francisco has a unique urban fabric and dynamic neighborhoods. It also is the center of a growing region and home to the best transit infrastructure west of the Mississippi. Where should the new housing and jobs go? What are some of the planning tools that help planners decide? With Sarah Dennis-Phillips of the San […]