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Half of JFK Drive in Golden Gate Park has been car-free for nearly a year now, and bike and pedestrians are rallying Saturday to make this arrangement permanent.
The pup-ular Golden Gate Park Dog Training Area sees its first remodel in 60 years at the city’s largest doggie play area.
Citing uncertainty and a sense of public responsibility, festival organizers now have their sights set on 2021.
Contrary to a volunteer's online post, the SFBG's plans for a new nursery won't come at the cost of rare plants' survival.
4/20 falls on a Saturday this year, and organizers expect increased turnout as a result.
A new nature trail, named for a local parks advocate, caps off months of improvements and refinements in the Oak Woodlands.
If the Board of Supervisors agrees, expect another 12 years of music in Golden Gate Park.
For the second time in two years, an Amorphophallus titanum is reaching its potential.
The second summer solstice concert at the Conservatory of Flowers features some heavy hitters, free music, and a psychedelic light show.
Congressman Julius Kahn promoted racist immigration laws that targeted Asian people.
After finding success in the Richmond and Sunset, cleanup efforts are shifting east.
The goose is recovering at the Peninsula Humane Society before it's released into the wild.
Neighborhood groups are taking matters into their own hands to get cigarette litter off their streets.