In the middle of California’s historic drought, thousands of gallons of drinkable water an hour are being used to control dust at the Candlestick Park Demolition site. But despite earlier statements from a San Francisco Public Utilities Commission spokesperson to local papers, the developer conducting the spraying appears to have done nothing wrong.
Decades of memories are being reduced to rubble, and there’s not much left of Candlestick Park.
San Francisco Police will hold training exercises on explosives disposal inside Candlestick Park this coming weekend, according to the department.
After preliminary work to tear out seats and other items, crews have begun the heavy work of tearing down Candlestick Park, longtime home of the San Francisco Giants and 49ers.
The statue of Saint Francis of Assisi at the soon to be demolished Candlestick Park will be placed into storage, as city officials seek a new home for the artwork.
A plan to implode Candlestick Park is now off the table after several hundred San Francisco residents opposed the idea citing health and environmental risks.
The plan to demolishing Candlestick Park and build new development on the site is running into increased opposition.
Traffic problems kept scores of music fans from arriving on time to Candlestick Park for the Paul McCartney concert Thursday night.
COMMENTARY: Please forgive me if I don’t get too sentimental about the last event ever at Candlestick Park. Oh sure, there have been plenty of memorable moments in that old dump, but let me counterbalance all the nostalgia with a few not-so-warm memories.
As Paul McCartney plays his last–and THE last–concert at Candlestick Park, we look back at the first time McCartney played Candlestick, and the small concert at Cow Palace 50 years ago next week. Think you know you’re Beatles? From Beach Boys favorites, to Jelly Beans, to ambulances, test your knowledge on these 9 trivia bits.