Le P’tit Laurent scored a notable mention in today’s Hoodline. In a post about events commemorating Bastille Day around the City this weekend, including a full day festival at the foot of Market Street, the online newsletter cited a special dinner at our tiny corner of France at Diamond and Chenery. Details here.
By Murray Schneider Richard Craib raised his family on Turquoise Way, his backyard abutting the upper reaches of Glen Canyon. Now he’s overseeing a family of white-breasted nuthatches in the house he’s lived in since 1962. Craib sat recently in his living room, which overlooks a mini forest of pines, cypresses and redwoods. A barn […]
As they have for years now, the wonderful folks on Laidley street held their annual Fourth of July parade this year, featuring a stroll down the red-white-and-blue-festooned street, a reading of the Declaration of Independence by a costumed town crier, and a host of great food cooked up by neighbors. This year’s parade got two […]
The scene was one of unabashed fun as canine guardians watched their dogs enjoy their inaugural romp in the newly renovated dog park at Walter Haas Playground in Diamond Heights. Dignitaries made their speeches brief, as the antics of the dogs in attendance dominated the proceedings. The dogs couldn’t care less that the weather […]
The Glen Canyon Recreation Center summer program began on May 29 and will continue through August 26. It offers a number of exercise classes, as well as pick-up basketball games, pickle ball matches and rock climbing drop-in schedules. Qi Gong, a holistic exercise system of coordinated body posture includes movement, breathing and meditation and is […]