Articles Posted in the Events Category

  • San Franciscans Protest of Sit/Lie Ordinance

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    San Franciscans Protest of Sit/Lie Ordinance

    More than an one thousand San Franciscans responded to a proposed “Sit/Lie” ordinance Saturday, staging creative protests on the sidewalks in neighborhoods across the city. As part of “SIDEWALKS ARE FOR PEOPLE”, participants held nearly 100 planned and spontaneous events, doing their favorite activities on the city’s sidewalks in protest to a proposed ordinance that would make it a criminal offense to sit on any sidewalk in San Francisco.

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    Sidewalks Are For People

    This Saturday, people all over San Francisco will be doing what they love on the city’s sidewalks and they will be inviting family, friends, and neighbors to join them. Dozens of events are already planned and the list is growing daily. Join an event or plan your own! What can you do for SIDEWALKS ARE FOR PEOPLE? Anything! Play music, barbecue, yoga, lemonade stand, read, relax, art, talk, sunbathe, knit, play chess, meditate, tai chi, eat, dance, paint, write, sing, DJ, play drums, sit — Anything!

  • A Toast to Saint Patrick

    A Toast to Saint Patrick

    San Francisco’s 159th Annual St. Patrick’s Day Festival will be held on Saturday, March 13th, 2010 at Civic Center Plaza, from 10:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. The Festival takes place at Civic Center Plaza and on Grove Street, from Polk to Larkin Streets. The Parade will be held on Saturday, March 13th at 11:30 a.m. The Parade begins at the corner of Second & Market Streets, and continues on to City Hall.

  • Six San Francisco Women Honored on International Women’s Day

    In celebration of International Women’s Day, Global Arts and Education (GAE) honored six outstanding San Francisco women Monday, March 8, at the Civic Center Holiday Inn.

  • Court Jester Reflects on Joe Lynn Memorial

    Court Jester Reflects on Joe Lynn Memorial

    We were headed to a memorial for the man whose very name epitomized integrity in the snake pit of double-crossing con artists, thieves and liars who dominate the SF political scene. Some of my best friends, that lot.

  • Joe Lynn Memorial Followed by March on Ethics Commission

    A memorial and celebration of the life of former San Francisco Ethics Commissioner Joe Lynn will be held Saturday, February 20 at the SF LGBT Center. February 10, 2010 Who: Former San Francisco Ethics Commissioner…

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    EVENT: Three Year Anniversary Party

    January 18, 2010 What: SFHOMELESS.NET is throwing its three year anniversary party/fundraiser.  We are asking for a $10 donation at the door to be made to one of the non-profits that keeps updated. And…