The piers where City Hall wants to move Halloween.
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City Planning on Moving Halloween Festivities to Waterfront
Supervisor Bevan Dufty and Mayor Gavin Newsom are leading the charge to move Halloween festivities to the piers 30 and 32 near AT&T Park.
Planning Commission to Determine Fate of EIR for Davies Hospital Additon
After being postponed, a hearing will be held at the SF Planning Commission on June 7 to decide whether or not to uphold a SF Planning Department decision that a new hospital addition does not need an environmental impact report (EIR).
Market and Sanchez Shell Station to be Demolished
After nearly two years surrounded by a chain-link fence, “No Trespassing” signs and wind-blown trash, the empty Shell gasoline station at the corner of Market and Sanchez streets is being readied for demolition and redevelopment.
Futons and Beyond Sells a Good Night's Sleep
Castro residents looking for a local store to provide all the goods for a restful night’s sleep need not look beyond their own the neighborhood. Futons and Beyond (F.A.B.), a new furniture company, offers an eclectic mix of futons, frames, night tables, dressers and any other accessory that can fit into a bedroom.
Cote Sud - French Bistro in a Castro Setting
Four years ago, three French partners brought their grandmothers’ recipes and a complement of native-speaking wait staff to an upstairs space on 18th Street, and Cote Sud, the Castro’s version of a French bistro, was born.