Consistent with our Vision, City College of San Francisco provides educational programs and services that promote student achievement and life-long learning to meet the needs of our diverse community. more
It is a matter of historical record that the Coit Tower art project was the prototype for the decade of the New Deal art that followed, 1933-43, halted finally by World War II. Utilizing carefully selected artistic talent, the project provided an ico... more
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Jack Kerouac Alley, formerly Adler Alley or Adler Place, is a one-way alleyway in San Francisco, California, that connects Grant Avenue in Chinatown, and Columbus Avenue in North Beach. The alley is named after Jack Kerouac, a Beat Generation writer... more
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The Joe DiMaggio Playground is in the heart of North Beach.  The playground has a swimming pool, a new library, a clubroom, tennis, basketball and bocce courts, and a children’s playground. more
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North Beach is such a cool area of town, with tons of history, maybe a little overrun at times, but still, a great walking neighborhood with tons of great, classic bars and restaurants. The district runs down Columbus Avenue, from Washington Square t... more
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At SFAI art is more than objects and processes; it is also a way of thinking. The School of Studio Practice consists of SFAI's departments of Design+Technology, Film, New Genres, Painting, Photography, Printmaking, and Sculpture. Offering BFA, MFA,... more
The San Francisco Italian Athletic Club (SFIAC) is the heartbeat of the Italian community in San Francisco and has catered weddings, parties, cultural and community-based events to Italians (and non-Italians) for generations. more
We are the Telegraph Hill Neighborhood Center, but you can call us TEL HI for short. We bring people of all ages, cultures, and backgrounds together, and we try to help everyone in a bunch of different ways. You’ll find a broad range of program... more
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Treat yourself to a little class! Imagine yourself in the past as you step up to a beautifully polished 40's style cocktail bar and drop a quarter in the old opera juke box. Tosca Cafe serves great decaf cappuccinos and potent martinis and cosmopol... more
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Washington Square, designed by William Eddy, was one of San Francisco's three original parks. Saints Peter and Paul church faces the square on the north. Joe DiMaggio was a North Beach boy, and his funeral was held in this church in 1999. - www.n... more