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Rainbow Honor: Isak Lindenauer stands in his 19th Street antiques store. Lindenauer is looking for neighborhood support to construct the Rainbow Honor Walk to commemorate historical LGBT figures.
(photo: Bill Sywak)
‘Rainbow Walk’ Proposed along Castro Street
EVPA Column: The Castro's Entertainment Renaissance
May 2009 Calendar
Temporary 17th Street Plaza to Be Created mid-May
The Castro will soon lend credence to an idea that has struggled to become a reality for ten years: the creation of a public plaza. A plan to establish a public space and close off traffic on 17th Street southeast of the Castro and Market street intersection from May 11 to July 11 received approval at the April 23 Interdepartmental Staff Committee on Traffic and Transportation (ISCOTT) meeting.
Support for a Castro monument in the tradition of the Hollywood Walk of Fame is rising like a star thanks to the efforts of two longtime neighborhood residents.
Planning Commission Orders Revisions for Condo Project at
Market & Buchanan
The SF Planning Commission has given developer Brian Spiers four weeks to make adjustments to the design of his proposed eight story mixed-use condominium building that will occupy the corner of Buchanan and Market streets, currently the home of a rundown gas station.
Local Historical Panel Discusses How ‘Eureka Valley Became the Castro’
Around 170 interested neighbors and residents crowded the Metropolitan Community Church (MCC) on April 14 to hear a panel of long-time residents and skilled storytellers share their personal histories of Eureka Valley and the Castro.