San Francisco & Union Square
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. Union Square is an important and historic intersection in Manhattan in New York City, located where Broadway and the former Bowery Road – now Park Avenue – came together in the early 19th century; its name celebrates neither the Federal union of the United States nor labor unions but rather denotes that here was the union of the two principal thoroughfares of the island . /5
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They’re freaking delicious! We have it at a few San Francisco stores . Union Square,Octavia St,Fillmore/Japantown & Potrero Stores.
if you love nature- Santa Monica Pier&Griffith Observatory! For San Francisco be sure to check out Fisherman's Wharf&Union Square
Pier 30, Ferry Building, Union Square & Palace of the Fine Arts—this San Francisco trip made for a perfect proposal.
Dominican Friars, Sisters and friends evangelize at Union Square in San Francisco, singing carols for the shoppers and tourists…
Found in the heart of San Francisco off Powell st. brings you savings from Union Square to Noe Valley.
New hotel, bar planned for historic building in San Francisco's Union Square: A new hotel and adjoining bar is in…
According to Moonalice legend, everyone who attends the free show in Union Square, San Francisco this Wednesday...
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Heading out to Union Square for some holiday fun. So much going on (and yeah shopping).
Great time in San Francisco this past Tuesday - Cable Cars, Alcatraz, Pier 39, Union Square, and Ghirardelli!!
Great rate at The Westin St. Francis San Francisco on Union Square $795.00 or 12000/nt 6.6250cpp. See more:
India Day 2015. Great to see San Francisco celebrating the spirit of Indian culture! @ Union Square,…
The beautiful Dewey Monument and Victory Statue in San Francisco's Union Square. Find out more about…
I wish the big Barnes and Noble was still open in Union Square. Downtown San Francisco needs more bookstores
*San FrancisCO AT HALF TERM* San Francisco is one of the world’s most attractive and vibrant cities. There is so much to see and do in this incredible city including The Golden Gate Bridge, Alcatraz, Napa Valley,Union Square, Fishermans Wharf and The Castro to mention a few. For over 150 years, San Francisco has been a magnet for fortune seekers, immigrants, artists and poets. Rich in culture, San Francisco is well known for its liberal views, openness and acceptance of all cultures, religions, sexuality and lifestyles. The city’s relaxed atmosphere and open minded lifestyle is what makes it such a unique destination to anywhere else in America. The Hotel Tomo - A Kimpton Hotel is a stylish, modern hotel is in San Francisco's Japantown, less than 2 miles from Chinatown and Union Square. In addition to a Shabu-Shabu buffet-style Japanese restaurant, Hotel Tomo offers complimentary WiFi in its lobby filled with J-pop and anime-inspired decor. Its guestrooms feature city views, Japanese pop art murals, 3 ...
The Prescott Hotel offers four-star style in this San Francisco boutique hotel. Centered in downtown San Francisco, near Union Square, the San Francisco theater district and Moscone Convention Center, the Prescott is a Kimpton Hotel.
Holiday magazine April 1961. Dana Wiebe and Kali Dunton, friends of The Magazine were visiting San Francisco and staying at the St. Francis Hotel on Union Square. With a cell phone they snapped a photo of the Admiral Dewey monument with its wonderful "Goddess of Victory" bronze at the top. The nude model for this sculpture, done in about 1895, was a young student at the Mark Hopkins Institute of Art on Nob Hill named Alma de Bretteville. The monument had to be approved by a citizens committee whose chairman was the sugar baron Adolph Spreckels. He fell for Alma and courted her for almost five years before they were married. Due to his position and her ambition she became a society leader and arts patron. Her husband, whom she called her "sugar daddy", built a mansion in Pacific Heights which is now the home of author Danielle Steel. Alma, know as "Big Alma" because she was an imposing 6'1", led a long and fascinating life. The picture of Alma in her later years sitting in her living room is from the Apri ...
Reminder: The Arab Cultural and Community Center festival at Union Square, ( Geary Street at Powell) San Francisco,this Saturday October 4th from 11:00 am to 6pm.The JAA is participating and has a booth at this event. Hope to see you all there.
Staying in Union Square places you in the heart of the city, James! When will you be visiting San Francisco?
I loved this. A pic I took of the Bose store in the Union Square Mall in San Francisco. There would be…
San Francisco bicycle routes 45 and 50 to Union Square and Moscone Center Loved the green bike lanes
Shields and Yarnell were an American mime team, formed in 1972, consisting of Robert Shields (born March 26, 1951) and Lorene Yarnell (March 21, 1944–July 29, 2010). Shields was born in Los Angeles and graduated from North Hollywood High. At the age of 18, while working as a street mime and performing at the Hollywood Wax Museum, Shields was seen by Marcel Marceau, who offered Shields a full scholarship to his school of mime in Paris. His apprenticeship was short lived as he felt the need to develop his own style and pry mime loose from its artsy pedestal. Shields soon returned to California, working in Union Square, San Francisco. Lorene Yarnell (also a native Angeleno) had become a tap dancer and actress in television shows including, Shindig!, The Carol Burnett Show, and off-Broadway musicals before she met Shields, in San Francisco. She had a rare speaking role as Doctor Irene Janus and her notorious alter ego, "Formicida" on a guest appearance on the Wonder Woman series' which also featured her hus ...
The NBA’s largest mobile basketball experience, NBA Nation is on its eighth summer tour and it comes to San Francisco’s Union Square from noon to 8 pm on July 25-26, 2014.
Amanda Tasker and I are looking at accommodation options for San Francisco for mid-September. Does anyone have any suggestions, preferably Union Square or Fisherman's Wharf?
Last Wednesday, ChinaSF had the pleasure of welcoming the Chengdu Delegation on the inaugural direct flight from Chengdu to San Francisco International Airport (SFO) on United Airlines. A meeting was hosted in the morning at San Francisco's City Hall to further solidify a relationship between the two cities. The evening was spent in the company of Mr. Hongju Yang, the Deputy Secretary General of Chengdu's Municipal People's Government, and Mayor Edwin M. Lee at the Chengdu Tourism Promotion Gala Dinner at San Francisco's Marriott in Union Square. Congratulations to United Airlines and the Chengdu Municipal Government of the People's Republic of China for the launch of United's nonstop service between San Francisco and Chengdu!
San Francisco was pretty cool minus walking up and down the hills. Walked from Union Square, to Japantown then to Chinatown then the pier.
This project is for our first ever performance in U.S. It is to fill up the Union Square in San Francisco, where we're going to perform, with
Carolyn Ferris Art has created a pixie perfect poster for the Union Square, San Francisco show on Wed. 7 May!!!
What a great San Francisco night! The Suit at ACT, fire dancing with my friend Erol in Union Square and finally drinks at The Pied Piper Bar at The Palace! Thanks Maleecsa Castlebergerr and Jim Thomas!
Some shots of historic Marines' Memorial Theatre. The theater is an intimate 564-seat jewel box theatre located in the heart of San Francisco's theatre district between Union Square and Nob Hill. This historic San Francisco venue was built in 1926 to bring the best national, international and local music, dance, author talks, lectures and theatrical/film presentations to Bay Area audiences. Marines' Memorial Theatre has hosted a number of legendary performances, including Stomp!, Angels in America by Tony Kushner, Forever Tango, Camino Real by Tennessee Williams, Death of a Salesman by Arthur Miller, Shakesperean productions starring Sir Ian McKellen (Lord of the Rings, X-Men)...and soon, Mr. Hyphen 2014! Get your tickets today -- with the 10% off discount code, IAMBEYOND, which expires tomorrow -- and experience one of the most historic theaters in the nation.
TONIGHT: Hall Film Society presents "Conversation". They write: "The film for this Sunday, F. F. Coppola's "Conversation" from 1974, is a story about a sound surveillance expert Harry (Gene Hackman) who is hired to track a young couple (Cindy Williams and Frederic Forrest), taping their conversation as they walk through San Francisco's crowded Union Square."
Visit some of the most important Filipina/o American historical and cultural sites in San Francisco in a replica cable car open-air trolley and enjoy a delicious Filipino lunch! Beginning at the Dewey Monument in Union Square (SF's thank you gift to Admiral Dewey for his conquest of the Philippines)...
The tide is turning on water fluoridation. Ride the wave and join us for the second annual "March for Clean Water" Rally on 3/22/14 in San Francisco to accelerate the end of public water fluoridation in the Bay Area! 11pm - March from Union Square to Justin Herman Plaza (WEAR ALL BLUE AND BRING SIGNS!) 1pm - Rally at Justin Herman Plaza featuring several qualified speakers in the related health professions! The march will be accompanied by a marching band and you will receive information on how to stay involved in this issue and build this movement! For more information about this event, contact Jay Sanders - jay at So this Saturday, after the Fluoride March, there is another event at 3... It sounds like a nice way to come down off the march and go deep to influence our cause on the cosmic level as well... ... Flash Mob Meditation for World Water Day Saturday at 15:00 Freespace 1011 Market SF @ 6th St Clean Water California Is Bay Area Water Safe for Bottle-Fed Babies? San FrancisCO – The Centers for Di ...
March.I am ready for March to come. NCURA FRA in San Francisco. Yeah!! (NCURA=National Council of University Research Administrators) I am looking forward to being in the Financial District near Union Square.
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 ...
Continuing from the previous post that I went to PIER 39. I took an awesome “Cable Car” and spent time in a very cute & lovely town at Union Square in San Francisco. Enjoying all the views and hills without walking up any of them is a nice… [ 313 more words. ]
Union Square boasts San Francisco's largest collection of luxury, department and boutique shopping, making it one of the premier tourist attractions in the Western United States.
On the heels of Super Bowl Weekend, Avista concludes another busy weekend of activity, with successful event large and small taking place all over California, including: an American Heart Association fashion show fundraiser in Union Square, San Francisco; an Actors Hall of Fame Awards Show in Culver City; a birthday party in Los Angeles with a handful of A list celebs in attendance; a Sacramento Hispanic Chamber of Commerce Gala in Sacramento; and an L.A. Unified education reform conference in the San Fernando Valley.
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Glad to be up in San Fran for the day to meet with Cabo Wabo and talk about a really fun '14 cruising season! Lunch is done and off to hang with our team at Campari! — with Anthony Diaz at Union Square, San Francisco.
SF Sketchfest, the San Francisco Comedy Festival, one of the biggest comedy events of the year, is just a few days away! Book your stay now at the Inn at Union Square for easy access to any one of the 200 events across starting on January 23rd through February 9th!
Compton place hotel and Good Earth Tea = India Campton Place Hotel The elegant Campton Place Hotel on San Francisco's Union Square has been a landmark and sanctuary in the city for decades. In 2007, it sold for $58 million -- or $527,000 a room -- to Taj Hotels Reports and Palaces, a luxury lodging arm of India's Tata Group. Tata also owns another California favorite, Good Earth Tea.
Goodnight and don't forget about the meet up! Union Square, San Francisco -Sat., January 11, 2014 BE THERE
Winding down from post-Chistmas sales in downtown San Francisco? Rest your weary feet and revive your energy with dinner at New Delhi Restaurant. At 160 Ellis between Powell & Mason, we're just steps from Union Square, Maiden Lane, Westfield Mall, Bloomingdale's, Macy's, & Nordstom.
Great review like this is the best Christmas gift for us! Thank you Jerry7722 for this awesome review on TripAdvisor! We can't wait for you and your family to visit us again! Great Christmas Shopping Trip in San Francisco! We just returned from a happy but exhausting weekend shopping trip to San Francisco. Our stay at the Grand Hyatt Union Square could not have been nicer. We arrived at 4 PM on December 20 and our connecting rooms on the 23rd floor were waiting for us upon our arrival. Our son was with us so he had his own room. He loves his privacy. I had read reviews here about the potential noise facing Stockton Street so I had requested and was given a "city facing room" which turned out to be excellent. The only noise we heard was an occasional faintly distant siren. My wife and I thought the bed was just one of the most comfy we have slept in forever. I had trouble getting her out of it to do some shopping and explore the Union Square area. As mentioned here by others, the bathroom lighting was gre ...
Bay Area Overview of Weather, places to see and things to do. (Will be edited to add new places/information, if you have something to add, comment and I will add it to the original post) First Warning to all incoming Au Pairs: California is NOT ALWAYS SUNNY and warm, so either bring a jacket or plan on buying one! Places you can get amazing views of the Bay(please feel free to contribute) -Twin Peaks -Skyline (Highway 35) **San Francisco: ~Weather: Usually colder than the rest of the bay, can be sunny or overcast, wearing layers is usually the best solution. ~Places to visit: -Pier 39 -Fisherman's Wharf -Ghiradelli Square -Union Square -Ferry Building -Coit Tower -Haight/Ashbury -Hippie Hill -Golden Gate Bridge -Palace of Fine Arts Theatre -Alcatraz Island -Twin Peaks -MoMa (Museum of Modern Art) -During Winter there are Ice Skating Rinks in Union Square and Ferry Building -Golden Gate Park(GGP) -`Japanese Tea Garden(GGP) -`Academy of Science(GGP) ~Places to go out 21+ -Marina District -Mission District - ...
A drone bedecked with mistletoe visited San Francisco's Union Square to encourage some holiday love in this cute project by George Zisiadis and Mustafa Khan. submitted via Laughing Squid Tips
Just got back from San Francisco. I saw a beautiful sunset at Land's End, explored Union Square while listening to the song Open All Night, and went to Twin Peaks to see the city lights. All in all, a fun day jammin' with the music of M.A.
AWESOME STORY OF THE MAKE A Wish Foundation which fulfills terminally ill cancer stricken children's wishes. this little 5 year old boy Miles had a dream of being Batman.. even President Obama came on national tv.. thanking miles for saving Gotham City.. :D San Francisco, grappling with the exploits of the Riddler and the Penguin, will call upon a pint-sized crusader: Miles, a 5-year-old cancer-stricken boy, a.k.a. Batkid. What started out as Miles' wish to be Batman has turned into an all-out extravaganza in San Francisco as word spread and thousands of people volunteered to pitch in and help transform the bayside metropolis into Gotham City. Coordinated by the Make-A-Wish Foundation, the effort will include Miles' own Batmobile, a personal call from Police Chief Greg Suhr for help, the apprehension of the Riddler and then a flash mob involving hundreds of people in Union Square alerting Batkid to the fact that Penguin has kidnapped Lou Seal, the San Francisco Giants mascot. Batkid will then chas ...
Ah, the light is waning. We will be leaving for the signing in a couple of hours. 7 p.m. at Books Inc, Opera Plaza, San Francisco. Christopher will sign "The Heavens Rise." I will sign "The Wolves of Midwinter." And so my beautiful day in San Francisco will extend into a beautiful evening, made all the better by hotdogs from the stand by Union Square and the blue sky over head and the mild weather. San Francisco, Open your Golden Gates! Why can't I live part of the year here, part in New Orleans and part in Southern California? Well, maybe I can.
Any recommendation for a quick eat near Union Square (San Francisco) really think seriously before doing it - Chris Hoy
San Francisco 2013 – The Unofficial Story - By Craig Edwards Part 1 of 4 The sense or arrival at San Francisco Airport was heighted by meeting fellow Kiwi Hillary Barry of 3 News and her crew. There was clearly a good contingent of Team New Zealand supporters arriving on our flight to see the opening race of the 34th America’s Cup contest the next day. We all shared the same anticipation… who would have the faster boat? After checking in at Sanford Court Hotel near Union Square it was off to meet new friends from the International Order of the Blue Gavel. The AC final was a good excuse for a get together of members of this respected club of former yacht club commodores. They turned out to be a great bunch of people from clubs in Santa Monica and San Diego as well as local clubs in San Francisco. I was the sole, but proud, representative from District 75 in NZ. Together with fellow kiwi yachties Kelly Hutchings and Sam Jones from Naval Point Club Lyttelton in Christchurch and Marlborian and Wai ...
Great day in San Francisco. Biked the Golden Gate Bridge. Lunch in Sausalito, toured Chinatown, and Union Square. Time for dinner.
We are currently working on a piece to represent Steve Reich. Mr. Reich helped pioneer the minimalism movement in music in the mid to late 1960s. This type of music is not for everyone but I feel it represents a shift in classical music that I want to express. I've chosen selections from two pieces titled It's Gonna Rain and Music for 18 Musicians. In "It's Gonna Rain" Reich used two tape recorders to tape a Pentecostal Preacher giving a speech in San Francisco's Union Square about the end of the world. The phrase, "It's gonna rain" is repeated and looped over itself to create an interesting and at least unforgettable quality of musical patterns and rhythms. There is also the sound of dove wings taking flight to add to the rhythmic mix. Hopefully the dance will distract those that do not find this type of music appealing. Ces't la art! :)
Xanadu Gallery, Frank Lloyd Wright Building, Union Square, San Francisco. Frank Lloyd Wright (born Frank Lincoln Wright, June 8, 1867 – April 9, 1959) was an American architect, interior designer, writer and educator, who designed more than 1,000 structures and completed 532 works. Wright believed in designing structures which were in harmony with humanity and its environment, a philosophy he called organic architecture. This philosophy was best exemplified by his design for Fallingwater (1935), which has been called "the best all-time work of American architecture". Wright was a leader of the Prairie School movement of architecture and developed the concept of the Usonian home, his unique vision for urban planning in the United States.
Thank you everybody for all the wonderful birthday thoughts! Spent the day in "The City" - San Francisco, with Debbie and Ted. Walked from Union Square to Molinari's for the best sandwich for lunch. Then walked up to Coit Tower to view the bay on a wonderfully clear day. Walked back to Union Square for some shopping. Finishing with dinner at Water Bar.
NOYNOY AQUINO IS NUMBER 1 LIAR... NOYNOY AQUINO said that his top priority, if elected as SENATOR. (before he became President) would be to recover the stolen Marcos wealth ( kuno!).This was something that even Noynoy’s late mother, President Cory Aquino failed to do when she installed a revolutionary government after Edsa 1. Recover the Marcos wealth? Give me a break. Much of the Marcos wealth was plundered by Cory’s Kamaganak Inc. My gulay, have we forgotten too soon that anomalous sale of the government prime property at a corner of Union Square, San Francisco, California after the election of Cory and before she assumed office? Many of those who went laughing all the way to the bank are still very much around. Have we also forgotten that when Marcos went into exile, the Cory Aquino elements took from the Palace seven, I repeat SEVEN , suitcases of Imelda’s jewelry to be deposited in a doctor’s house in Dasmariñas Village, Makati? Only three suitcases later on surfaced to be deposited to the . ...
June 7, 2013 EventsFeatured NewsNewsThe Kalayaan Celebration is an exciting outdoor event to be held on Saturday, June 15, 2013 at Union Square in San Francisco, featuring a cultural showcase, food bazaar, live concert and Business Expo. Visitors to the event can expect to find a variety of products...
Why Not Just Rename S.F. The Big Apple? Debra J. Saunders Ruth Asawa's "San Francisco Fountain" owes Apple big time. Before the tech behemoth announced its plans to plop a slick, glassy Apple Store where Levi's and the fountain plaza reside, many locals were blithely unaware of the bronze landmark. Mayor Ed Lee apparently forgot about it when he cozied up to Apple execs announcing their plans to bulldoze (in effect) and build over the northeast corner of San Francisco's Union Square. The fountain -- which features iconic Ess Eff landmarks molded by school children and other city folk in baker's clay, then memorialized in bronze -- is in an ugly red brick plaza off Stockton Street. The plaza and fountain were built in tandem, but in 1973, when people thought avocado-colored appliances were classy. There's a typo in the first sentence of the fountain's plaque. ("Visitor's come," it begins.) Only after Chronicle urban design critic John King wrote that the new Apple box would "displace one of downtown's frie ...
While doing some research for a piece on the Allen Ginsberg photo show at Contemporary Jewish Museum, I ran across this bit or trivia that Ginsbergians may already be aware of, but I was not. In 1959, Ginsberg, on peyote, had a vision of the Sir Francis Drake Hotel in San Francisco's Union Square as a kind of Moloch, or child-eating cruel god. This image (which is similar to Fritz Lang's depiction of industrial machinery in his silent gothic/sci-fi film, "Metropolis," which Ginsberg saw) found its way into his poem, "Howl," as a metaphor for soul-devouring American capitalism. Moloch the incomprehensible prison! Moloch the crossbone soulless jailhouse and Congress of sorrows! Moloch whose buildings are judgment! Moloch the vast stone of war! Moloch the stunned governments! Moloch whose mind is pure machinery! Moloch whose blood is running money! Moloch whose fingers are ten armies! Moloch whose breast is a cannibal dynamo! Moloch whose ear is a smoking tomb! Moloch whose eyes are a thousand blind windows! ...
The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society's Man & Woman of the Year (MWOY) campaign (is a fundraising competition in communities across the U.S. in which participants vie for the title of Man or Woman of the Year. Please donate to the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society MWOY campaign - team HackCancer! They raise funds for blood cancer research in honor of local children who are blood cancer survivors, the Boy & Girl of the Year. Titles are awarded to the men and women in each community who raise the most funds during the ten-week campaign; the top local fundraisers in the country also win the national titles. These photos are from an outdoor workout led by Caroline Jordan Fitness 100% of the net proceeds from this event donated to the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society. All of these incredible photos thanks to the talented phototrapher Larry Wong : thank you to our sponsors: ZICO Coconut Water and lululemon athletica Union Square - Grant Avenue.
With Bonnie Scagg’s How pleased we are to received another trip story from Bonnie, this time to the Planet Hollywood opening in San Francisco on 16th July, 1995. These memorable trips, including Bonnie's amazing photos are a remarkable reminder covering many of Don's cherished moments during the course of his astonishing career. Don has no other fan who has been so supportive as Bonnie and we thank her for sharing with us all once again. We arrived in San Francisco at 11:00 a.m. on Sunday, July 16th. It was a beautiful, sunny day in the city, and we were excited and hopeful that we might get to see Don!! Planet Hollywood was opening on the corner of Market Stockton Streets, so we drove to Union Square where we parked the car. We arrived early in the day, as we did not know what to expect – would there be many people? Where was the best place to wait in order to get the best view? Etc., We had lunch at Original Joe’s, then made our way to Planet Hollywood – only a block awa ...
I would often see these ladies, always dressed to the “nines”, around Union Square, usually along Powell Street. They always intrigued my interest, making me curious about their story. San Francisco lost won of these icons, Vivian, who passed away in January. This is their story. Marian (born January 25, 1927) and Vivian Brown (January 25, 1927 – January 9, 2013) are American identical twins and icons of San Francisco, known for the appearance in media with their signature identical bright snappy outfits with hats atop their meticulously coiffed hair. They were voted second as San Francisco's "Best Local Character" in 2000. They would often eat dinner at one of the front tables at Uncle Vito's restaurant, just below the crest of Nob Hill. At 5 feet 1 inch, and weighing 98 pounds each, Marian and Vivian were always seen together. They dressed alike, walked in lockstep and ate at the same speed, even lifted their forks in unison. They never broke character until Vivian became forgetful due to her Alzh ...
THE Dharma Bums VISIT San FrancisCO TO SING FOR A Free Tibet! MARCH 8TH THROUGH MARCH 10TH, 2013 The Dharma Bums will return to San Francisco for this year’s March 10th Tibetan National Uprising Day Demonstration, where they will perform along the demonstration route at Berkeley City Hall, the Chinese Consulate, and Union Square, as well as other venues in the Bay Area. The Dharma Bums were founded by Tibetan scholar Phil Void in the early 1970s in India and Nepal, and since then the group has been “on the road”, performing continuously around the world. Their music has always been deeply rooted in Eastern spirituality, and they have been in the forefront of the international protest against injustice, destruction of the environment, and the genocide against traditional, native peoples, especially the people of Tibet. They will be appearing in the Bay Area at the Art House Gallery and Cultural Center, the Open Secret Bookstore, the Java Beach Café, and the Tibetan National Uprising Day Commemorati ...
"I left a piece of my heart in the bay." These past two weeks have been such an incredible journey for us! As February dawned, all four of us from the studio were able to fly down to San Francisco to work with Verizon Wireless and YouTube talents such as Jason Chen and New Heights to cover a Lunar New Year celebration in Union Square, of which we produced a 30 second promotional piece that you can check out here! had an absolute blast in the Bay Area and feel so blessed to have met so many talented people. We're looking forward to sharing our most recent work from LA with you in the future! Stay posted friends, more to come! Great work team! Tyler Mayeno, Jason S Kim, Jane Woo, we're gettin work done! The future is bright and brimming with opportunity.
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CMO Los Silva is masterminding in Union Square, San Francisco today in anticipation to KENA Hospitality's big West Coast announcement.
Even though the weekend in San Francisco was cold, we managed a little stay-cation in the City. Got a great hotel thru topsecret hotels on Travelocity great location right on Union Square, spent some time at Foleys watching the Broncos loose and the 9iners win, talked ourselves out of several expensive purchases at Nordstrom and Neiman Marcus and had a lovely brunch with Nurse Shelley at the Grand Cafe.couldnt finish the weekend without stopping in at the Rotunda in Neimans for some dessert (and a lovely chat with an elderly gentleman who seemed to know everyone in the place and claims that he got them to add the french vanilla ice cream to the menu), we then topped our excursion off with some champagne at the Nordstrom bar.lovely weekend with the girls.lets see where to go next?
Week 4 update: San Francisco was incredible. Fisherman's Wharf, Bubba Gumps, Rainforest Cafe, Alcatraz, shopping in Union Square, cocktails at Lefty's Piano Bar, dinner and live music at Tiernans, hungover and tandem riding the Golden Gate Bridge to Sausalito, plus so much more... Amazing times and amazing company. In Kyoto, Japan now, exploring ancient temples
San FrancisCO — Vivian Brown, who with identical twin Marian, became iconic figures on the streets of San Francisco for more than four decades has died after a lengthy illness, the San Francisco Coroner’s Office confirmed on Friday. Brown, who would have turned 86 on Jan. 25, suffered from Alzheimer's and had a fall last year that further debilitated her. The sisters had also fallen on hard times economically over the last few years and have been helped out by private donations and local charities. The Browns were born eight minutes apart in Kalamazoo, Mich., but came to San Francisco to work as secretaries at different downtown department stores in 1970s. They captured the eye of legendary San Francisco Chronicle columnist Herb Caen and became well known for strolling in city’s Union Square shopping district, wearing bright identical outfits and sporting meticulously coiffed hair. They became so well-known that they were featured in advertising campaigns and their image graced the pages of local ne ...
New Address! In order to better serve our clients, the Law Office of Malachowski and Associates has moved. Our new address is: 703 Market Street, Suite 1108, San Francisco, CA 94103. Our new office is located in the historic Central Tower building, which is a landmark on the corner of Market and Third Street. Central Tower 703 Market St., Ste. 1108 (between 3rd St & Grant Ave) San Francisco, CA 94103 Neighborhoods: Financial District, Union Square www.marklawsf.com
New Years' Eve, you ask? I will be singing at the elegant Harry Denton's Starlight Room, at the Sir Francis Drake Hotel, 21 floors above Union Square in the heart of San Francisco. You can find all the details and beautiful photos at www.harrydenton.com Thank you for asking and Happy New Year too!
Coming to San Francisco to do some Christmas shopping? For those who want to get out and enjoy the adventures of San Francisco, the hotel features the “Ride BART to San Francisco” Package. This specially-designed package offers a $100 savings and includes overnight accommodations with complimentary standard WiFi to plan your City adventure, two adult $18 BART vouchers, which covers round trip fare to downtown, along with one additional ride within downtown; and 15% food & beverage discount at Hyatt Regency San Francisco at Embarcadero Center or the Grand Hyatt San Francisco at Union Square.
The lovely drag queens of San Francisco are returning to the Safeway Holiday Ice Rink in Union Square presented by Alaska Airlines for an event that is "Bigger, Better and Bawdier!"The Bay Area's most colorful drag personalities will be returning…
We are looking forward to Happy Hour next Thursday night, 12/13, at the Tonga Room, Fairmont Hotel, in San Francisco. I have done some checking with them - officially their Happy Hour is from 5-7pm Mon-Fri. Lat38 Happy Hour is usually from 6-8 to allow those working folks a chance to get places ... They will not take reservations for the bar area, so if anyone can arrive early, it would be great if you could grab as many seats in the corner as possible. Just FYI, they have Happy Hour drink specials and offer a buffet of appetizers for a nominal fee. There has been discussion among a few folks about heading over to Union Square afterwards to check out the holiday tree, lights, etc. and to maybe grab a bite of dinner elsewhere. Everyone is welcome to join in!!! We look forward to seeing everyone at the Tonga Room, Fairmont Hotel, 950 Mason Street, San Francisco (415) 772-5278.
You can ice skate in San Francisco, too. Both in Union Square and Justin Herman Plaza, near the Ferry Building.
Friends, where should my husband, kids and I stay in San Francisco over spring break: Union Square, North Beach, or somewhere else? What should we be sure to see and do with the kids?
Had a wonderful day in San Francisco--indigenous media panel was marvelous then had a lovely two-hour lunch visit with my awesome fellow panel members at the Grand Cafe (it felt like we were in Paris or Prague). Then walked down to Union Square to meet Dave and explore a bit, then took a "night tour" on the top deck of a sightseeing bus to see SF aglow--the evening was clear and mild and beautiful. Chinese dinner, and Bailey's Irish Cream from the local corner grocery to top off a great day!
The weather has been beautiful in San Francisco! We enjoyed a cable car ride to Fisherman's Wharf, walking along Pier 39 and dinner at Union Square. Tomorrow we will head to Napa Valley and visit the vineyards for a couple of days before heading back to Atlanta.
We now, Liz and I are sitting at the San Francisco airport waiting for our departure on our Virgin American flight home. We have spent the last 5 days enjoying Beautiful weather in San Francisco. It was a treat for both of our birthdays along with a little business for Aili and Tao. We have enjoyed among other things freezing our butts off at the7:30 PM Cal UofO game at Berkley(a blow out in favor of you know who). Ha,ha. We walked the SF wharf, Sausalito, Union Square, Knob Hill, rode the cable cars, watched the gorgeous sunsets from the top of the Mark sipping Martinis, ate fabulous food, walked through Golden Gate Park, took a Cruise through the San Francisco Harbor to Alcatraz Island and then on to Sausalito to wander throught the awesome art galleries and then to eat a very delicious platter of mussels and Dungeness crab and garlic butter. More later boarding.
Union Square Ice Skating Rink - From Wednesday, November 7, 2012 to January 21, 2013 - Purchase your tickets ahead of time. Ice Skating in Union Square, San Francisco.
Jay took me to San Francisco for our anniversary. We did it all. Wine Country visiting four vineyards. Golden Gate Bridge from above and traveling over it. We could see the Bay Bridge from our hotel room. Ghiradelli Square. Fisherman's Wharf. Tour through the neighborhoods. Dinner in the Italian area at quaint restaurant. Ferry ride by Alcatraz and San Quentin. Hike thriough Muir Woods, last of giant redwood forest. Shopping in Union Square. Cable car ride. Dinner at two of best restaurants: House of Prime and The Slanted Door. Were able to see our Hawaiian friends, Malahini and Bones who introduced us to two local residents, Frank and Gina, and their son, Josh. It was perfect in every way. Thanks, honey!
Call Center Rep for luxury shoe retailer (downtown / civic / Van Ness) Reply to this post Reply to: careers If you are motivated, confident, and appreciative of fine craftsmanship, then Arthur Beren Shoes of San Francisco would like to hear from you about positions in our Customer Service Call Center for the Fall/Winter 2012 fashion season. We have been selling high-end fashion footwear, handbags, and hats in our retail store on Union Square since 1988 and we also have a very busy website and catalog division. For our Fall/Winter season, we are looking for one or two exceptional Customer Service Representatives to help us take orders by phone and provide our customers with the highest quality of service found in footwear. Among the many great designers we feature are Salvatore Ferragamo, Stuart Weitzman, Thierry Rabotin, Anyi Lu, Amalfi, and many more. This is a three-month seasonal position with the potential for long-term hire. You should be capable and comfortable on the phone and prepared to present y ...
Bill O'Reilly quotes. enjoy. "If I'm the president of the United States, I walk right into Union Square, I set up my little presidential podium, and I say, 'Listen, citizens of San Francisco, if you vote against military recruiting, you're not going to get another nickel in federal funds. Fine. You want to be your own country? Go right ahead. And if Al Qaeda comes in here and blows you up, we're not going to do anything about it. We're going to say, look, every other place in America is off limits to you, except San Francisco. You want to blow up the Coit Tower? Go ahead.'" --after San Francisco voted to ban military recruiters from city schools, Nov. 8, 2005 (Listen to audio clip) (Source) 2) "I just wish Katrina had only hit the United Nations building, nothing else, just had flooded them out, and I wouldn't have rescued them." --on his radio show, Sept. 14, 2005 (Source) 3) "I'll tell you what. I've been in combat. I've seen it, I've been close to it... and if my unit is danger, and I've got a capture ...
Like the Jungle Book? Save 20% OFF tickets to Mowgli with only two performances in San Francisco on October 26th and 27th. Pick up your tickets for this special event at the TIX Bay Area booth in Union Square!
I’m a 20 year old living and studying in San Francisco, California. I am attending the Academy of Art University working towards a BFA in Web Design & New Media. On the side I do a little bit of freelancing with a few clients. When I am not glue
Iconic hotel in the heart of downtown San Francisco. Steps from Union Square, Cable Cars, Chinatown, Moscone Center, shopping, dining and theatre district.
San Francisco is the place to be this week/end. Blue Angels, America Cup races, Jazz Festival at Golden Gate Park, Italian Festival in North Beach, Wine tasting at Union Square and other smaller festivals all over the Bay Area. Woo-hoo!
Help me support the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society’s Light The Night Walk, on October 18th in San Francisco's Union Square
Xi Jinping is rumored to assume his role as China's next president sometime in mid-October. This presents a very important opportunity for us to insert Tibet into the media in the context of the Chinese leadership transition and challenge China and its leaders over its colonial rule in Tibet. Join us as Tibetans and supporters world-wide irreparably shame and condemn the Chinese government and it's new head, Xi Jinping, for over 60 years of colonial rule in Tibet and exacerbating the grievances of the Tibetan people. We will protest in front of the Chinese Consulate in San Francisco from 1pm to 3pm, followed by a vigil at Union Square around 5pm. P.S.- Like our page if you haven't already done so Students for a Free Tibet - Bay Area
I first met Rush Limbaugh in San Francisco in 1984 during the Democratic National Convention--it was in a hotel at Union Square. Paul Weyrich introduced us to each other at a book table for the Heritage Foundation. How many of you have ever prayed for Rush?
San Francisco was a little scary the first day. Walk all over Union Square, met every bum in the city and lost 5 pounds going up hill.. Lol never found what we looking for.. But a nice bartender gave us a San Francisco 101 class very nice guy.. Today off to the Golden Gate Park for a full day of fun..
Hotel Palomar, a Kimpton Hotel in downtown San Francisco, is a luxury boutique hotel at the corner of Fourth Street and Market Street, just two blocks from Moscone Convention Center and an easy walk from Union Square, the downtown Financial District and AT&T Park. Come stay at our award-winning hote...
so this is week 7 in San Francisco for marcus. he still loves what he does and never complains about going to the theatre. the cast of Les Mis performed ina charity concert for HIV/AIDS this past monday which was alot of fun. It was great seeing the cast members perform different songs. They are all so talented. San Francisco was fun but also depressing. Our hotel was in Union Square and we have to walk down Market Street or take the metro to the theatre. There are aeveral homeless people per block asking for spare change, asking us to have a heart, asking for money for the metro, etc. San Francisco is considered a sanctuary for homeless people and there are loads of services and stipends, so one assumes it is drug/alcohol money theynare looking for. It is just very sad but good for the kids to see i guess. We are just ready to leave. Andy took Marcus to six flags, science museum, and lots of nice restaurants. We visited Ripleys museum, Fishermans Wharf a few times, and the exploratorium. Uncle ...
Just got home from Identity Festival @ Shoreline Amphitheatre - Mountain View, CA. Spent the night in Oakland, showed my friend Rob where I lived and went to school in Berkeley, then spent the day sightseeing in San Francisco. Fishermans Wharf, Haight Ashbury, Union Square. Highlights for me was eating at Everett and Jones Barbeque in Berkeley and Shalimar Restaurant on Jones and O'Farrell in San Francisco. Chicken Tikka Masala and Basmati Rice with Naan and chai tea. Yummy.
Film director Woody Allen may have been shunning the crowds Friday under his floppy khaki hat, but that didn't stop passers-by from trying to draw him out at the film set for his newest movie near San Francisco's Union Square. The 76-year-old director, best known for films like "Annie Hall&quo...
From Paragon Commercial: The market (all phases of commercial – office leasing and sales, investments, industrial, etc.) in San Francisco is one of the strongest in the country and SOMA is probably the hottest throughout the U.S. in secondary and tertiary buildings in SOMA is being rented (by tech companies) at rents as high as $50/sf, net of utilities and janitorial service (known as IG). Compounding these rents is the dearth of space, well-below a 5% vacancy factor, with no end in sight. Projecting into the future, tenants are now relocating into previously unforeseen locations: Mid-Market between 6th and 12th, paying $40/sf rents. There are few other locations to consider – west of Union Square and in the Financial District, where rents range from the mid-$30s to the mid-$40s (for class-B properties). One of the main reasons for the influx of tech companies is that San Francisco has a different cache, compared to a city, say, Sunnyvale. Author: Stephen Shain – 40 years of office leasing and inves ...
Which is the most beautiful place you've ever seen? — Union Square ( San Francisco ) Santa Monica ( Los Angele...
Sipping wine in San Francisco! Walked around Chinatown, stopped for lunch and wine, walked thru Little Italy, saw Coit Tower, headed to Fisherman's Wharf, stopped for a glass of wine, went for a cable car ride, passed Union Square, picked up some wine. Hmm, bit of a theme here.
Situated in the heart of San Francisco, the Beresford Arms is within easy reach of Union Square, Financial District.
I have had the most amazing day in San Francisco. Drove over th Gateway Bridge which i never tire of seeing it is awesome. Went to Lombard Street the curviest street in the WORLD it has to be seen to be believed, Then onto the house where Mrs Doubtfire was set, the full house house, Union Square and down town. Had lunch at the original cheesecake factory, which by the way has 250 items on their menu ( how to choose). Have NEVER eaten so much food in my life. Then to finish off the day we rode the cable cars to Fishermans Wharf and back ( Yes i hung off the side the whole way). All in all one of the most incredible days of my life. So glad i got to share it with Jayde Yates, Evelyn Harris and Maggie. I love you all and thanks for the beautiful memories we made today.
Ah, sat in Union Square in San Francisco this evening and enjoyed a fine cigar. Even better, I had to don a fleece because the temp was in the 50s--AND I WAS LOVIN' IT. What a nice respite--albeit brief--from the South Alabama summer heat.
Wow, another great day in San Francisco. Walked for 8 hours (from Lombard Street to Fishermans Wharf and all the way to Union Square) Just got back to the hotel. Ready for a nap...
The Anti Republican Crusaders may be a bit biased...but So Am I...Deregulation destroyed the Middle Financial Niche of American business, like ours...after 38 years in San Francisco, most of them at 278 Post St. on Union Square...we suddenly found ourselves in competition with our "wsuppliers"... and undersold until we no longer had a viable business to sell...including Sausalito Stationers! That deregulation...and today's Supreme Court creation of Coporate Personnhood...even the American People will not be viable with a single vote! Unless they begin to WANT to be INFORMED and understand the Republicans are not fiscal cnservatives. Abe Lincoln was the last Republican Fiscal Conservative!
so, we went out to breakfast, a place called "Stacks"...pancakes and other things up the kazoo! flowers everywhere in sconces and a humungous pot in the center of the room (made up for the lack thereof in my hair).then drove to Union Square to get a three day Muni (bus and cable car) pass.one thing I have to say about that: one way streets are a bear to navigate if you don't know where they are!!!.Then we went to the Jewish Museum (it was closed today, Wednesday).THAT was a pain,. then we caught a street car (they are ancient, and from cities all over), went to Fisherman's Wharf, where we ate GREAT Clam Chowder and oysters at Scoma's...then a windy walk over the Golden Gate Bridge, then a great dinner at an Irish pub (where we collapsed from old age), and a long bus ride home. San Francisco is a great cosmopolitan place to roam around at night.LOTs of tiny restaurants, packed out with people talking.
We need your help! And there's only one week left for you to sign up. Rappelling 429 feet down the Grand Hyatt Hotel overlooking Union Square in San Francisco. It's a once in a lifetime experience! Or you can donate to me for Special Olympics.
The Purdue group will be staying at Hotel Veritgo, a boutique style hotel located close to Union Square in the Nob Hill area of San Francisco. The pricing options are: 4 people per room + winery tour: $475/person3 people per room + winery tour: $525/person2 people per room + winery tour: $575/person...
Very excited about tomorrow!! Going to go with one of my very best friends - since high-school - Sabine, who is taking me to San Francisco to celebrate a great new job . It will be 100+ in Sacto and the city will be a cold 57 and foggy! Ah. Beautiful boutique world renown Orchard Hotel in Union Square. Lunch at Kuleto's. Dinner at a french restaurant, Cappucinos in North Beach, Museum of Modern Art, Fillmore Jazz Festival, Brunch in the Castro, cable cars, amazing friends, thanks Sabine! One of the most amazing people on the planet! Can't wait. Just what I need.
Let me tell you why I love livin' in the Bay Area. Last Wed nite I went to hear Terrie Odabi sings some Old School R&B, some Neo Soul, a little Blues and a little Jazz @ 3000 Broadway Restaurant, Bar and Lounge. Thurs. I prepared for my exhibits for the weekend, Fri. - Union Square , Sat. - Golden Gate Park, & Sun. Golden Gate Park. Now I'm leaving out Sat. nite Kanika Marshall Black Art , Sarah Okumu & friends came by American Steel Studios for a tour of my work space. Mon. - Much needed sleep because Tues I'm back on Union Square, SF exhibiting. Tues. nite , Yoshi's San Francisco to see John Santos and his Sextet. It's now 4am and I'm headed to a Red Umbrellas exhibit at the Corte Madera 4th of July festival. I'm just lovin' being engulfed in the arts of the Bay Area ! Truly blessed ! Oh ! Corte Madera 10am - 4pm !
Palace Hotel is a historic luxury San Francisco hotel near the Financial District and Union Square that offers hotel specials and meeting space.
Back from California, suitcases put away and we are left with many happy memories. The heat was unbelievable-over 100 at Megan's graduation and 105+ at Andrew's. Fortunately, Andrew's graduation was inside and air conditioned. But walking to it was something else. We feel so blessed and Andrew got the job he really wanted-double blessings!!! On Monday, Andrew and Roger checked out San Francisco while Megan and I shopped at the ultimate Macy's store at Union Square. Just had to go down Lombard Street for the umpteenth time-something about SF, you never tire of it!!
Friday! Getting paid and working as we speak earning some more. Then off to the theater for some "Beyond Therapy" by Christopher Durang. A whacky fun play starting at 8pm sharp.. 533 Sutter St in San Francisco's Union Square! Get There!
Have done tons of walking in San Francisco! Yesterday was spent at Fisherman's Wharf with lunch at Boudin's Bakery, Then back to the Mission District where we are staying. Had dinner at Taqueria Cancun on Mission St. $5.00 for a burrito bigger than I've ever seen! Today we were at the Ferry Building, Ghirardelli Square, rode the Hyde St Cable Car. Walked to Chinatown and had Dim Sum. Walked to Union Square and then to Market St. Saw a movie (Snow White and the Huntsman) and then a bit of shopping and back to our room. Tomorrow we are hoping to go to the Golden Gate Bridge. Will post pics later. Having a great time!
Friends in San Francisco: come to Union Square today! Launching TW13 shoe, demo some Nike Golf clubs, see some Nike athletes - good times! Hope to see you:)
In San Francisco for Dave's shows with Christopher Cross...at Hotel Kabuki, beautiful! in Japantown, near Union Square...it sure is the windy city today
October opened with the 16th annual Arab Cultural Festival in Union Square. Sponsored by the Arab Cultural & Community Center of San Francisco, the Arab Cul
Union Square, China Town, Little Italy, and four inch heels walking in San Francisco! Dang it's hard to be cute:)
Food Network host, cookbook author, James Beard Award winner and onetime *** Eye culinary consultant Ted Allen is coming to Williams-Sonoma at Union Square on Tuesday, May 22, to sign copies of his new book In My Kitchen. He'll be...
I am sooo excited to see Bud's family!!! I am excited to welcome them to California. We will start after pick up by going North over the Golden Gate Bridge. We will journey to Windsor in Wine Country. Sunday winetasting and the Redwoods. Monday all day in San Francisco for Fisherman's Wharf, Chocolate Factory.. Cable car. Union Square. Alcatraz if they don't behave. Tuesday. Madera. Wool grower's restaurant Wednesday is Monterrey/ Carmel for beautiful ocean landscapes. Thursday will be Yosemite. Thusday night in Mariposa just outside the park. Friday on the zipline if you dare. Saturday early back to SF Airport to go home with lotsof stories and pictures to share!! I can't wait!
There are so many shopping choices in San Francisco. Our concierge team recommends shopping at Union Square for designer brands, department stores and upscale boutiques. Or Fillmore and Union Streets for local boutiques, and Hayes Valley and Haight Ashbury for hippy chic clothing. Something for everyone!
heading to San Francisco ~ 3 weeks from now for a Greg Laswell show. want to go thrift store shopping, dine & explore. Anybody have ideas for the area between Union Square and 17th ave?
Chelsea and I made it to my Moms, Carol Bushaws, home in Wallace late last night after another busy day in San Francisco. Walked all over China Town and Union Square ate Lunch at the Cheese Cake Factory, but we were too full for cheese cake : (. Then we drove down to the Central Valley of California, my home town. TTFN
Well we are home from San Francisco. It was great to treat Kym for having a great year at UVIC as she now has her B.SC. in Biology. I thoroughly enjoyed her company and shopping fettishes while in San Francisco. I'm sure all the merchants in the Union Square and Financial District will miss her economic input.
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If you could hop on a plane or in the car and end up in San Francisco later this afternoon, what's the very first thing you would do once you got here- have a steaming hot bowl of Clam Chowder at PIER 39, ride the Cable Ca to Union Square, San Francisco or take a stroll along Fisherman's Wharf?
High above Union Square, a design workshop reminiscent of Project Runway has opened to its first batch of six...
Hi All I just wanted to give you a little more detail on the Friday San Francisco trip that we will be having the day before the family reunion. We will start with a beautiful train ride from Sacramento through the Suisun Marsh, famous for its diverse birdlife, and onto Emeryville, where we will quickly change to a waiting Amtrak bus that will take us over the Bay Bridge and into San Francisco. We will get off at Union Square for some window shopping and just general gawking at this beautiful and dynamic city. Then we will get on the famous SF cable car and ride to Chinatown for a quick snack and more sightseeing. We will then hop back on the cable car and take the exciting plunge down Hyde Street to Fishermans Wharf. We will undoubtedly pass some time eating pastries, ice cream, chocolate, and/or sourdough bread while viewing the sites. Then we will have dinner and the Amtrak bus will pick us up right there on Fishermans Wharf and we will have a relaxing ride back to Sacramento. I know many of you ha ...
Had a wonderful weekend. Spent Saturday at the Ritz Carlton Hotel in Half Moon Bay. My baby golfed with his dad and his mother and I shopped @ Stanford Mall then hung out on the Patio at Ritz Carlton with Ocean View and Bloody Mary. Sunday my baby and I spent in San Francisco at Union Square shopping! Thank YOu Jesus for giving us the ability to spend time together.
I had an enjoyable trip Easter Week with the Spokane Symphony Associates to San Francisco. In just four days we accomplished a great deal. We visited two wineries in the Napa Valley, saw exhibits at the Legion of Honor Museumand the DeYoung Museum, toured Alcatraz, heard the San Francisco Symphony with Itzak Perlman as bothviolin soloist and conductor, and saw three Balanchine ballets with the San Francisco Ballet Company. Our hotel was the Warwick, located conveniently just two blocks from Union Square on Geary St.
Apparently, fat people are unable to read maps. When we exited the train station in Union Square, a homeless man approached us. He was trying to "give" us a map. Cindy told him we already had one. He said we didn't. We started to walk away and he yells "she's too fat to read it anyway!" I politely told him to have a nice day. He yelled "there's a Jenny Craig right down the street!" That's when Cindy almost got arrested. And that was my welcome to San Francisco. So later that afternoon, we made it back down to Union Square for some sightseeing. The same man approached me and tried to give me a map. I kindly reminded him that I was too fat to read it. That is not a very good way to sell maps. No wonder he is homeless.
A behind the scenes look at California band, Walking Spanish as they travel to San Francisco to play at the Apple Store in Union Square on April 6th, 2012, a...
Welcome to the Parc 55 Union Square Hotel, a luxurious property - just two blocks from Union Square. Warmly appointed for business and leisure, these downtown San Francisco hotel accommodations afford unparalleled access to "everyone's favorite city." Tour Alcatraz. Stroll Fisherman's Wharf. Ride a cable car. Attend a conference at the Moscone Center. From sightseeing to dining, to access to various businesses, our unique location provides effortless convenience to everything this amazing city has to offer. Whatever the need, our guest rooms provide an inviting choice among downtown San Francisco California hotels in a stunning setting!
Situated in San Francisco, this hotel is close to Marrakech Magic Theater, Union Square, and Westfield San Francisco Center Shopping Mall. Also nearby are Asian Art Museum of San Francisco and Academy of Art University.
Countless speculations on where UNIQLO will open its next North American flagship store came to rest this morning when Yasunobu Kyogoku, UNIQLO USA‘s Chief Operating Officer, indicated future plans for 111 Powell Street in San Francisco. Situated near the historical Union Square, the 29,000-square-f...
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The Gold Dust Lounge opened in 1933, but the space itself has been entertaining San Franciscans since 1922. It has been around longer than the Golden Gate Bridge and is undoubtedly a San Francisco institution. But now the historic Union Square watering hole may be forced to close its doors after rec...
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