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Last week, the Friends of Harvey Milk Plaza (FHMP) held two virtual town halls seeking community feedback about its plans to redesign Harvey Milk Plaza, and the new design team offered multiple new conceptual approaches.
Tomorrow, Friends of the Urban Forest will tackle the biggest sidewalk landscaping job it's ever done in San Francisco.
The bees at the Castro hotel produced more than 100 pounds of honey this year.
Visitors to the park can generate up to 7,000 gallons of trash on a busy weekend.
Alexandra Kenin takes explorers through the city's 220 public parks and 70 miles of urban hiking.
According to the Noe Valley beekeeper who evicted the swarm, "it had been there for some time."
The city's top wildlife wrangler recommends walking on the other side of the street "for a few weeks."
After a pigeon with a blow gun dart embedded in its head was spotted earlier this month, another with a dart in its neck has been sighted.
After foiling Animal Care & Control officers multiple times, the escape artist has been captured.
The plans are still very nascent, but organizers want it to be a memorial on par with the national September 11 and Holocaust museums.
In the wake of this week's heavy rain and wind, we spotted a broken tree on States Street, which has toppled down onto a Mini Cooper. A neighbor told us that the tree fell down last night.
The flat multi-use field on the north side of Dolores Park will close on Monday.
The Castro CBD and Larkin Street Youth Services teamed up to hire at-risk youth to clean Jane Warner Plaza, but the program failed after two months.