Tag Archives: history

Friday Fun: Where The Streetcars Used To Go

Here’s a fun link for your Friday afternoon when you really want the day to end: an interactive map that shows you where SF’s many streetcars used to go along with photos and other historical information. It’s easy to use … Continue reading

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A History Blast From Eric Fischer: The Irving vs Judah Debate of 1926

Eric Fischer is one of those local people who is always posting something of interest, be it all the plans for Bay Area that never got made to findings in the many historical archives about the Bay Area. Today he … Continue reading

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Who Loses Their Job When Muni Fails? UPDATED

People in San Francisco like to complain about Muni. Even people from New York and Points Elsewhere like to complain about it and add in a nice dose of smug superiority too (aren’t they nice?). However, in all the complaining … Continue reading

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Central Subway Disinformation: The “Gift” That Keeps on Giving

It is truly amazing how a piece of disinformation can be repeated, over and over and over by the press, the People Who Know Things, politicians and the like. Facts don’t matter – instead people insist on repeating things that … Continue reading

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