"In honor of SF Bike Week Disposable Film Festival presents an outdoor bike-in movie screening in partnership with Good Hotel and Globe Bikes featuring and encore presentation of our 2010 Competitive Shorts. This program sold out two screenings at the Roxie during the premiere a few months back, so don’t miss it!"
Join GOOD Design San Francisco this Thursday, September 29. We believe good design can drastically improve daily life in our cities. Working closely with a team at AIA SF, GOOD has paired four design teams with city leaders from all areas of government to tackle issues around AIA SF’s Architecture and the City Festival theme. […]
Tonight, supporters of a safer Polk Street can join SF Municipal Transportation Agency Director Ed Reiskin and D3 Supervisor David Chiu at a meeting of the Middle Polk Neighborhood Association, which will discuss walking and biking improvements in the works. On Thursday, the SFMTA will present its draft proposal for new parking meters and permit […]
Here are this week’s highlights from the Streetsblog calendar: Wednesday Walnut Creek First Wednesdays Street Fest. Festivities include live entertainment, arts & crafts, shopping, treats & more. To encourage people to ride to the event, Bike Walnut Creek is sponsoring a free ‘bike valet’ for your wheels. Park your bike securely with the valet attendant as […]
From SFBC: The number of women bicycling in San Francisco is on the rise, but women still make up less than ⅓ of the number of people biking on the streets. Are you one of the women on the road? Do you want to be? Join us for an evening of short films, snacks and […]
This week, help plan a senior-friendly community, learn about the importance of San Francisco’s port, celebrate Bike to Work Day, voice your support for a safer design of Masonic Avenue, and visit the grave sites of some famous San Franciscans. Here are the highlights from the Streetsblog calendar: Tuesday: Building Communities for Seniors: A Walking Tour […]