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Duboce Park Multi-Use Area Opens: On March 8, the opening of the new Dog Play Area/Multi-Use Area was commemorated at Duboce Park. Attending the event (from left to right) Mayor Newsom aides Summer Graham and Alex Randolph, Peter Cohen of the Duboce Triangle Neighborhood Association, Mark Scheuer of Duboce Dogs, Supervisor Bevan Dufty holding daughter Sidney, David Troup of Duboce Dogs and Commissioner Tom Harrison.
(photo: Jaime San Felippo)
Real Estate Column: Green Construction and Remodeling
April Calendar of Events
Castro Crime Beat
Castro Benefits District Developing Streetscape Improvement Plan
Standing in front of one of the Castro’s triple intersections, it is tempting to dream of a less confusing and dangerous experience for drivers and pedestrians. Fortunately, the time has arrived for residents to discuss neighborhood trouble spots and offer specific visions for the community’s public spaces.
SF Entertainment Commission President Solicits Input of Community for Halloween
Halloween is less than seven months away and city officials have already begun to work with community members across the City and in the Castro to figure out the best way to celebrate the area’s most infamous night.
Niebergall Brothers Showcase Considerable Culinary Talent at Frisée
The Castro got a new neighborhood restaurant over the winter. Frisée is a sparkling venue opened by two young brothers with foodie credentials who chose a central Castro location for their stylish bistro to serve their eclectic and tasty fare.