Reflections From Turk Hyde Mini Park

Words from an artist activator: "What’s different here is that you’re bringing calm inside of an environment that is not always calm. When you have calm you are able to reflect rather than react. Everything that’s happening in the street is about reaction,"

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Join Coffee With A Cop Wednesday Oct 25th at RS94109

Next Wednesday October 25th, 10am-12pm presents an opportunity to connect with station officers in a no frills environment during "Coffee with a Cop". The event will be held at record store and cafe RS94109 at 835 Larkin (at O'Farrell). SFPD has confirmed the event is on Wednesday Oct 25, flyer incorrectly states Thursday.

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This Month's Neighborhood Heroes: Turk Street Neighbors

Welcome to a new regular column, Neighborhood Heroes. Every month we’ll share the story of a community member or members including residents, businesses, organizations, and property owners who’ve taken it upon themselves to do something to better their slice of the neighborhood. This month: Turk Street Neighbors

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The Evolution Of Safe Passage, A Livestory By TLHIP

TLCBD is proud to share this story of Safe Passage written by born and raised Tenderloin resident, Precious Listana. The story was compiled on Livestory, a data-driven storytelling platform, for our incredible funding partner, the Saint Francis Foundation/Tenderloin Health Improvement Partnership. Check out the the Safe Passage Livestory: "Building Community Leaders and Safer Streets"

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Art Wraps Continue to Draw Praise

TLCBD Clean Team is proud to pitch in to take care of these once utilitarian neighborhood resources turned artworks. If you see graffiti on them [yep it happens], call the Clean Team Hotline [415-385-5490] and we’ll work to remove it.

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La Voz Seeks Altar Creators For Dia De Los Muertos Event At Sgt. Johh Macualay, Nov 1st

La Voz Latina invites the community to line Sgt Macqualay Park with alters for Dia De Los Muertos. Individuals and orgainzations are invited to create altares with the hopes of lining the entire perimeter of the park.

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