Tag: Ocean Beach
The popular events would have to end by 9 p.m. and would be restricted to 12 new fire pits.
What does San Francisco taste like? If Ben & Jerry’s has anything to say about it, you can find out this Saturday from 9 a.m. to noon at Ocean Beach. The Vermont-based ice cream company will unveil its San Francisco-themed flavor and hand out free scoops for just this weekend. There’s just one catch: You […]
by Tom Prete, Ocean Beach Bulletin Big changes to how the Golden Gate National Recreation Area handles fires on Ocean Beach could be in store, due in part to crime, litter and budgetary concerns. To many people, sitting around a bonfire on Ocean Beach is a cherished tradition and essential part of what makes the […]
San Francisco is giving up its struggle against the ocean — at least at Ocean Beach. The Ocean Beach Master Plan would close one end of the Great Highway, reroute traffic about a half-mile inland and let the ocean come back, KQED’s Molly Samuel reports. Engineers who built the Great Highway claimed 200 feet of […]
Have you heard about the Ocean Beach Master Plan? The San Francisco Planning + Urban Research Association (SPUR) is facilitating a coordinated effort among multiple agencies to create a “sustainable long-range plan” for San Francisco’s shoreline. Why do we need a plan? Because erosion of the beach and anticipated rising sea levels may necessitate major […]
It wasn’t the staging of a nature-gone-amok sci-fi film over at Ocean Beach this weekend And — as far as we know — it wasn’t the first of a series of Biblical plagues being visited upon San Francisco. It was just a whole lot of dead jellyfish — thousands of them — that washed ashore […]