Posts tagged Tenderloin Walking Tours
SPUR (SF Bay Area's Planning and Urban Research Association) Give Tour of "A Changing Mid-Market"

Changes and big moves have long been anticipated along Mid-Market and in the Tenderloin. A handful of projects have now been completed, and still more major developments are underway. Take a peek at some of these transformational investments with SPUR, the San Francisco Bay Area Planning and Urban Research Association. Tour the neighborhood and learn more from those involved in this transformations, including TLCBD’s Executive Director, Simon Bertrang. Click here for more information.

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Women's March San Francisco 2019 March and Rally (Jan 19)

Save the date for the Women's March San Francisco 2019. The march and rally, co-hosted by Planned Parenthood Northern California, will take place on Saturday January 19 at Civic Center Plaza SF at 11:30 AM. This year's theme is #TruthToPower and celebrating the #WomensWave. Visit the Women’s March website for more details on volunteering or additional info on the march and rally.

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SF Neon Walking Tour Tender-Nob (January 12)

From the gritty to the sublime, zig zag through the historic corridors of Ellis, O'Farrell, Geary, Post, Sutter, and Bush Streets. As twilight falls, theses neon signs illuminate local landmarks, classic hotels, and famous movie locations. Meet at Mack's Valet Cleaners on Post Street near Taylor. More details here.

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Why Hasn't the Tenderloin Gentrified Like the Rest of San Francisco? [KQED]

KQED's Bay Curious, a podcast which investigates listener submitted questions, spent some time looking into the question:  "Why hasn't the Tenderloin gentrified like the rest of San Francisco?" As part of their investigation, KQED's team took a walking tour with longtime resident, tour guide, and performer, Pam Coates. Check out the show here.

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