"The 2009 Halloween Themed Choose Your Own Adventure Alleycat is here. Costumes encouraged and proceeds benefit the Bike Kitchen."
From SFBC: Come out for this annual Halloween bike race and scavenger hunt, with all proceeds benefiting Up On Top, a Tenderloin neighborhood afterschool program for low-income elementary school students. Bonuses for costumes, including a special Best Costume prize. Registration at 2:00PM.
This week, SPUR features a discussion on the importance of the arts and the future of the Bay Bridge, new and experienced cyclists match up in the East Bay, and get your spook on in the park this Halloween. Here are the highlights from the Streetsblog calendar: Tuesday: SPUR hosts a lunchtime forum to talk about […]
San Francisco Mayor Ed Lee has unveiled the People Plan [pdf], a document laying out strategies to meet the quickly approaching challenges of bringing hundreds of thousands of visitors to the city’s waterfront for the 2013 America’s Cup yacht race. Transit advocates see it as an opportunity to boost sustainable transportation and build out some […]
There’s nothing worse than buying bags and bags of Halloween candy and then no one comes trick-or-treating at your door. (Hmm, scratch that — there are definitely worse things.) But anyway. You know your neighborhood leaves something to be desired if you don’t have little ghosts and princesses banging on your door tonight. What makes […]
Why this is an important moment for infrastructure equity.