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Where San Francisco Neighborhoods Got Their Names | #USFCA | Scoop.it

Where SF Neighborhoods got their names via The Bold Italic This is a city of famously diverse neighborhoods, and looking at the history of our ’hoods gives us insight into some very San Francisco folklore.

'Bay Area By Air': a Drone's Stunning View of Colorful San Francisco [VIDEO] - https://magazine.dashburst.com/video/san-francisco-drone-view/

‘Bay Area By Air’, A Montage of Beautiful Aerial Camera Drone Footage of the San Francisco Bay Area

Tacolicious - The Mission  741 Valencia St. (at 18th St.)  Phone: 415-626-1344  Hours: Daily, 11:30 a.m. to midnight

Tacolicious - 2031 Chestnut St, San Francisco, CA 94123 (reference to Gal Meets Glam - 2013 March

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Pastry chef Elisabeth Prueitt and her husband, renowned baker Chad Robertson, are the co-owners of Tartine Bakery and Bar Tartine in San Francisco.

The 10 Best Milkshakes in San Francisco

The 10 Best Milkshakes in San Francisco

Perhaps the best combination of beverage and dessert, the humble milkshake is classic Americana, appropriate for (almost) any time of day. Here in SF, there are spots serving up everything from the.

On February 1st, 1997, thirteen unlucky years ago today, San Francisco lost its greatest chronicler.

Raising Caen — The Bold Italic — San Francisco

On February thirteen unlucky years ago today, San Francisco lost its greatest chronicler. From Herb Caen wrote his daily column in the San Francisco Chronicle (though he did have…

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Seems mundane, but a trip on the Caltrain is pretty entertaining for a toddler, especially one who hates the car! We usually used it to go visit dad at work or friends on the Peninsula, but there are actually very cool stops much closer to the city, like Burlingame, with little downtown areas. You can take a train ride, get off and have lunch, visit a park and make it back before naptime. The conductors are very nice and have even offered a hand when I was laden down with baby and stroller.

Seems mundane, but a trip on the Caltrain is pretty entertaining for a toddler, especially one who hates the car! We usually used it to go visit dad at work or friends on the Peninsula, but there are actually very cool stops much closer to the city, like Burlingame, with little downtown areas. You can take a train ride, get off and have lunch, visit a park and make it back before naptime. The conductors are very nice and have even offered a hand when I was laden down with baby and stroller.

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