San Francisco & Fort Mason

San Francisco , officially the City and County of San Francisco, is the financial, cultural, and transportation center of the San Francisco Bay Area, a region of 7.5 million people which includes San Jose and Oakland. Fort Mason, once known as San Francisco Port of Embarkation, US Army, in San Francisco, California, is a former United States Army post located in the northern Marina District, alongside San Francisco Bay. 5.0/5

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Hi, I'm wondering if there is a fee for tomorrows event at Fort Mason, San Francisco. It doesn't show anywhere.
It is absolutely gorgeous today in San Francisco (Fort Mason)
Amazing Russian River Tasting event coming up at Fort Mason on 11/3! Details & Ticktes here:…
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.got to check out this weekend's Pacific Orchid Expo at Fort Mason in San Francisco: https:…
Mahogany G.'s Review of Off the Grid: Fort Mason Center - San Francisco (5/5) on Yelp: Had a…
Final Off the Grid of season. Gotta get my grub on! (@ Off the Grid: Fort Mason Center in San Francisco, CA)
Hey Bay Area! Come join us at this whole weekend at Fort Mason​ in San Francisco. It's free!
VIERECK is San Francisco bound! Come check out the Spring 2016 collection at the CALA Show at Fort Mason Center...
Inside the Developer Conference Bubble: Nearly every week in San Francisco, Moscone Center or Fort Mason swell with…
Our 20th Century Expo web-site (San Francisco's Fort Mason, August 22-23, 2015) has been updated to show ticketing options for customers...
Vivian W.'s Review of Fort Mason - San Francisco (5/5) on Yelp: This is a great spot to chill on a nice weeken...
Be our guest at the San Francisco Green Festival in Fort Mason this Friday through Sunday:
Illustration of Golden Gate Bridge view from Aquatic Park of San Francisco. Behind the trees there are building of Fort Mason. The fog just burned out and reveal the bridge, gorgeous in its unique color and construction. A nice walk in the city, swee...
On sale now at the On the Road at Fort Mason, San Francisco!! 4 Days Only up to 70% off!
Fisherman’s Wharf - This is the big tourist destination in San Francisco, so I’m sure you’ll end up here at some point in your weekend. While locals generally avoid this area, Fisherman's Wharf offers several inexpensive activities and is one of the best places to people watch, just avoid things like the Wax Museum and Ripley’s and the "I'm With Stupid" T-shirt stands and it will be a great place to talk a walk and explore with your troop! Fisherman’s Wharf stretches from Ghirardelli Square and the Aquatic Park Pier to Pier 39. Many people take the Powell/Hyde cable car (1) from Union Square and get dropped off at Aquatic Park (the lines to get on are even worse at this end). The Historic “F” Trolley also goes along the water between Fisherman’s Wharf and Ferry Marketplace. HI Fisherman’s Wharf Hostel is just to the west at Fort Mason. If you’ve just stepped off the cable car in Aquatic Park, up on your left is the old building that used to house the Ghirardelli Chocolate Factory. This ...
Today, I biked a total of 33.9 miles. From my apartment up Polk Street to Fort Mason to Crissy Field, across the Golden Gate Bridge to Sausalito, then to Mill Valley to Strawberry, down to Belvedere and Tiburon, then on Paradise Drive all the way to Corte Madera and to the Ferry Terminal in Larkspur. After a boat ride from Larkspur to the Ferry Building in San Francisco, I rode home. I got to see a lot of Marin County that I had never been to, despite living in the Bay Area for seventeen years.
New Gig announced in San Francisco, CA at Fort Mason Center on 1/26/2014
Google wants to dock mystery barge in San Francisco No authorization has been granted, but the tech giant talked with the National Park Service about towing the mystery structure, which seems related to Google Glass, into San Francisco's Fort Mason. Google has had discussions over the last few months with the National Park Service about bringing its mystery barge into San Francisco and docking it alongside the artsy Fort Mason Center. According to Golden Gate National Recreation Area director of communications Howard Levitt, Google wanted to bring the barge to Fort Mason, which is operated under the auspices of the National Park Service. "We have had discussions with our partner Fort Mason Center, and with Google," Levitt told CNET, "about the idea of some kind of barge being placed off of one of the piers at lower Fort Mason." Last week, CNET was first to report the connection between Google and the mysterious four-story structure being built atop a barge off a pier at Treasure Island in the San Francisc ...
So excited...San Francisco here we come! July 27 & 28, we'll be at Renegade Craft Fair @ Fort Mason.
Apple Prepping to Launch New iPhone Incentive Programs, Has an 'Army' of Products in the Works Apple executives Tim Cook, Eddy Cue, and Craig Federighi spoke to Apple Retail Store leaders about upcoming changes to Apple's iPhone marketing tactics during a summit at San Francisco's Fort Mason on June 27, reports 9to5Mac. A photo taken of the Fort Mason meeting, via Noble Brown. During the meeting, CEO Tim Cook noted 80% of iPhones are sold at third party locations, a figure that he would like to improve in the future with new iPhone promotional tactics. The iPhone is Apple's central "gateway product" to other devices like iPads and Macs, so it is critical that the Apple smartphone is sold via an Apple Store so new customers are immediately exposed to iPads, Macs and other devices on the showroom floor. Even though 80% of iPhones are not sold at Apple Stores, 50% of all serviced iPhones are troubleshooted, repaired, or replaced at Apple Store Genius Bars. Cook reportedly hinted that he would like those numb ...
In 1990, the first National Poetry Slam took place in Fort Mason, San Francisco, involving a team from Chicago, a team from San Francisco..
Thank you to the Bay Area Reporter for the blurb in today's paper about Ricky Ian Gordon's mini-opera "Green Sneakers," which I'm producing on Feb 19th at Fort Mason in San Francisco. Hope everyone can come! Please re-post if you live in SF. "This month also brings the West Coast premiere of composer Ricky Ian Gordon's Green Sneakers, a 19-part song cycle for baritone Jesse Blumberg and string quartet Del Sol Quartet , about love, loss and finding solace. One of the only operas to deal with AIDS, it plays Tues., Feb. 19 (7 p.m. pre-concert lecture; 7:30 p.m. performance) at the Southside Theater, Bldg. D, Fort Mason, SF. Tickets at (415) 345-7575 or www.fortmason.org." Lisa Geduldig John De Los Santos Ricky Ian Gordon Del Sol String Quartet Charlton Lee Cynthia Laird Matthew S Bajko Tom Horne
A gorgeous San Francisco day!! Come by the Celebration of Craftswomen show at the Herbst Pavilion in Fort Mason. I'm in booth 514. Or, stop by Workshop Sk in lovely Atwater Village, Los Angeles!
I had such a fun time in San Francisco! I didn't want to be left alone, though, so I got to go everywhere! I went to Fort Mason and the Palace of Fine Arts and the Ferry Building Farmers Market and Cory's rooftop! Britt even snuck me into La Boulange and I ate some fancy yogurt. I can't wait to go back!
This is an inter that I did with former San Francisco Giants pitcher Dave Dravecky who pitched for the Giants from 1987-89. He will be remembered for making his comeback from cancer in a game in 1989 against the Cincinnati Reds and then a week later Dravecky broke his arm in Montreal while delivering a pitch to Tim Raines which would end his season and the cancer would return which would all but force Dravecky's left arm to be amputated. These day Dravecky is an ambassador for the San Francisco Giants and a motivational speaker with his wife Janice. This interview was taped at Ilfornio located at 1265 Battery Street in San Francisco the cause was for to raise money for Museo Italo Americano baseball Museum located at Fort Mason in San Francisco and Dave Dravecky was one of the pasta servers and I also got a chance to sit next to Brian Murphy of KNBR mourning show and Hunter Pence sat at our table as well and gotta chance to talk about his time in here and the vibes in both Philadelphia and and in Houston ...
12 days until San Fran! Here's what we will be doing: Friday: Approximately 20.2 miles The San Francisco Bay Area 3-Day will begin with an inspirational Opening Ceremony at the Village at Corte Madera. From there, we will make our way through Corte Madera, eventually heading south towards Mill Valley and Sausalito. Entering Sausalito, we’ll be greeted by a cheering station at Dunphy Park then will pass through the quaint, bustling downtown section of Sausalito. We'll enjoy the views of San Francisco as we continue to make our way south. We'll eat lunch under the amazing grandeur of the Golden Gate Bridge and then walk over it! Once across the bridge, the route will travel through beautiful Crissy Field, Marina Green, Fort Mason and into Fisherman’s Wharf. The highlight of the day comes when we catch a ferry from Fisherman’s Wharf to camp on Treasure Island, our home away from home for the weekend. On Treasure Island, the route will take us along the west side of the island, revealing a view of the c ...
Great day yesterday with Carla and the kids up here in the city, at Fort Mason. Lunch at Greens, a fantastic veggie restaurant (vegan if you want). Celebrated Jackson's 8th birthday (which was Aug. 9, when they were up in Oregon). Lunch included a sinful flourless chocolate cake for J., and I had a couple of bites. Then walked next door for an exhibit of Italian-Americans in baseball--a special for Jackson who is now playing baseball and is a dedicated Giants fan. Rizzuto, Campanella, Billy Martin were childhood heroes for me, but of course, J. had never heard of them. I did a short and unnecessary geography lesson (J. and Lily both know where Italy is on the planet) and another on discrimination against Italians and then blacks in baseball (also unnecessary, because they both knew who Jackie Robinson was). Talked about doping too, although they hadn't yet heart of the latest with Felix Martinez. The show was at the Museo Italo-Americano, a lovely San Francisco institution that presents exhibits and prog ...
The countdown is on...in one week I'll be finishing up my 39 mile trek, having walked through San Francisco and across the Golden Gate Bridge on Saturday, into Marin County, ending up in Corte Madera...Sunday morning I'll be walking back across the Golden Gate Bridge into San Francisco...ending up at Fort Mason for the Closing Ceremonies of my 10th Breast Cancer Walk. Thanks to all of you who have supported me along the way!
We're 3 weeks away from Renegade Craft Fair in San Francisco! July 21-22 in Fort Mason Center
I might go to Mayday Parade at Fort Mason Center in San Francisco, CA - Aug 25
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In the Bay Area today? Come down to San Francisco's Fort Mason for Pinot Days! Our Winemaker, Gary Brookman is...
Art is in the air --- with three Art Fairs going on this weekend in San Francisco! If you are in town, and want to see samples of my latest paintings---visit Julie Nesterand Doug at the Art Mrkt at the SF Concourse; then visit Nancy Toomey at ArtPad at the Phoenix Hotel and lastly-- visit Karen Imperial at the SF Art Fair at Fort Mason!...lots of art and creativity swirling.
Jen and I off to San Francisco today, SF Fine Art Fair at Fort Mason, invited to stay the night in Redwood City, return... maybe tomorrow night, not necessarily in time for Art Walk.
One of the last, but certainly not the least, of the Bersih 3.0 rallies worldwide. It was held in Fort Mason, near the Golden Gate Bridge in San Francisco...
Happy Earthday everybody! This was the scene at Fort Mason park in San Francisco after Earth Day activists were through partying .CLICK HERE FOR MORE PHOTOS= Via Huffington Post:San Francisco may be
I love how the San Francisco hippies go to Fort Mason to celebrate Earth Day, and left behind a park literally COVERED in trash. Hypocrite much?
April 18th 1906 The Great San Francisco Earthquake At 5:13 a.m., an earthquake estimated at close to 8.0 on the Richter scale strikes San Francisco, California, killing hundreds of people as it topples numerous buildings. The quake was caused by a slip of the San Andreas Fault over a segment about 275 miles long, and shock waves could be felt from southern Oregon down to Los Angeles. San Francisco's brick buildings and wooden Victorian structures were especially devastated. Fires immediately broke out and--because broken water mains prevented firefighters from stopping them--firestorms soon developed citywide. At 7 a.m., U.S. Army troops from Fort Mason reported to the Hall of Justice, and San Francisco Mayor E.E. Schmitz called for the enforcement of a dusk-to-dawn curfew and authorized soldiers to shoot-to-kill anyone found looting. Meanwhile, in the face of significant aftershocks, firefighters and U.S. troops fought desperately to control the ongoing fire, often dynamiting whole city blocks to create ...
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