Posts Tagged ‘san francisco’

Photo by Amber de Bruin Fall is probably my favorite time of year. My birthday is in October. On the east coast the weather gets crisp and the leaves become golden and red. It leads into the time of gatherings usually centered around food. For me these gatherings are an important time to connect with […]


false dichotomy

01Nov11

Girl Scouts holding a lizard (nature!) at campPhoto by K Williams A week ago my thoughts were all on green. Thursday I attended the Sustainable Industries Economic Forum. The gathering focused on the “Access Economy: an emerging economic development and business model that fosters less consuming, more sharing, and real-time customer feedback”. Saturday I attended […]


I mentioned in my last post that our new neighborhood library was opening at the end of July. Going from a small 2,00 square foot facility to a brand new 10,000 square foot building. I was there yesterday for the fifth(?) time since it opened. The change in atmosphere is amazing. Our old library was […]


I mentioned in my last post that our new neighborhood library was opening at the end of July. Going from a small 2,00 square foot facility to a brand new 10,000 square foot building. I was there yesterday for the fifth(?) time since it opened. The change in atmosphere is amazing. Our old library was […]


In my last post on gentrification I wrote about changes happening in the commercial area to the south of my neighborhood. To the north of my’hood, there are even bigger changes in the Bayview neighborhood of San Francisco. Photo by Eurofruit, on Flickr About 10 days ago, a new grocery store opened in southeast San […]


In my last post on gentrification I wrote about changes happening in the commercial area to the south of my neighborhood. To the north of my’hood, there are even bigger changes in the Bayview neighborhood of San Francisco. Photo by Eurofruit, on Flickr About 10 days ago, a new grocery store opened in southeast San […]